Toronto weather is getting colder at night and this means that condo building managers will begin to post announcements and notices around the building common area to notify the residents about the in-suite fan coil changeovers.
Although Building staff usually use every communication medium to communicate with the residents, building managers are reporting that many residents are unaware of this change and others are concerned about what it means if they need AC during the next upcoming days. Some Condo residents are facing south or towards the sun. “We’re worried about how to survive during hot afternoon hours since we are working from home,” said Home Trade Standards customer,” It is usually hotter inside than outside. If you are experiencing this issue in the future, you can do the following to avoid inconvenience.
1. Try to leave the windows open during the hot hours
2. Close your blinds to avoid excessive sunlight
3. Only turn on the fan in your HVAC system.
If the situation is the opposite and your condo has not turned on the heat, it is easier to temporarily use a standing electric heater. Although this can not be a long-term solution.
Home Trade Standards helps condominium property managers and condo owners with the switchover of cooling to heating for Fall & Winter. Our Team will also be providing fall annual maintenance services until October 31st, 2021, or until all work is done.
Annual Condo HVAC Maintenance allows us to find all the deficiencies associated with the Heating components before they become more visible when you need your system the most.
For all emergency fan coil repair, annual maintenance, replacement & retrofit services in Toronto & GTA, Please kindly contact us directly to make further arrangements.