With over 20 years of experience in the HVAC and Electrical services and helping homeowners keep their homes comfortable all year round, House Depot is a premier choice for condo HVAC repair and replacement services.
If you are living in Toronto, and you need professional HVAC services for your apartment’s fan coil unit, our HVAC technicians are ready to provide high-quality repair, replacement services. Contact us anytime for all your condo HVAC needs.
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Our licensed, insured, and experienced HVAC professionals repair, retrofit, and replace most of the major brands of Fan Coil Units in Toronto and GTA. Some of the common services we provide are:
We provide repair, replacement, and retrofit services for all major makes and models of condo fan coil units including:
Fan coil units (FCU) also known as Vertical Fan Coil-Unit (VFC) are the most common heating and cooling systems for condominiums in Toronto and GTA. These mid efficiency HVAC systems have been around for more than 50 years. They are available in horizontal and vertical orientation.
Condo Fan Coil units are interconnected by a piping loop to the central HVAC system of the building (boilers and chillers in the mechanical room). Building boilers supply hot water to the fan coil units in winter to heat your space and building chillers supply cold water to the fan coil units in summer to cool your space.
A fan coil unit consists of a heat exchanger (coil) and a fan. They circulate hot or cold water through the coil in order to condition a space.
Fan coil units are classified into two types: blow through and draw through. The fan pulls (in draw through fan coils) or blows (in blow through fan coils) air through the unit and across the coil.
Chilled or heated water pipes from the chiller or boiler pass through the coil, adjusting the air supplied to the room. The air in the room is then recirculated through the fan coil unit to achieve the desired room condition.
Fan coil units either use water, as in 2 Pipe or 4 Pipe fan coil units, or refrigerant gasses, as in VRF or DX units. Both designs are then manufactured in either a horizontal or vertical position determined by the direction of airflow and are available as chassis (no casing) or cased systems.