Home Trade Standards is a team of experienced HVAC technicians providing air conditioner installation, repair and maintenance services for residential & commercial buildings in the Toronto & GTA area.
There are a lot of air conditioning manufacturers in the market. It is confusing to choose between so many options and brands. Although every brand and manufacturer has unique reviews, you can also visit our online shop to compare different models and learn more in-depth about each system. If anything sounds or looks confusing, please simply contact us at (416)- 736-7001 to speak with our qualified technicians.
There are many air conditioning manufacturers in the market. Now how can you choose between so many options? Well, we are going to elaborate more about each brand, pricing, availability and serviceability.
Trane, Lennox, Carrier, Goodman & Amana offers top-line air conditioning and furnace HVAC systems. These 5 manufacturers have a proven design for many years and the most well-known product line.
With 102 Warehouse, Costco is one of the biggest retail stores in Canada. The in-house HVAC contractor at Costco uses Lennox as their primary HVAC brand when it comes to heating and air conditioning systems.
Homedepot one of the biggest improvement retails stores with over 182 stores across Canada uses Trane for many years to walk in-store clients across Canada.
Home Trade Standards is a one online stop shop with fixed prices and no hidden fees. Typically, most HVAC companies have to send a salesperson to your home to evaluate and provide you with a price. After doing years of research and watching big companies playing with prices in the market, we found out that consumers will benefit have an online store and be able to compare flat-rate pricing as opposed to getting confused after receiving 3 to 5 different quotes and proposals. We understand that there might be different needs and requirements for each customer. Our customer service team facilitates all those requirements to ensure the end result is aligned with your needs. Call us today and let us know what you have in mind. We are happy to help!
$2,500 – $7,000 (including installation)
To understand the big difference in price, let's split all Air Conditioners into 3 different tier systems:
Notes: Prices Above estimates for Air Conditioning Units From 1 Ton To 5 TON.
Spending more money on the highest-tier models does not necessarily mean that you are getting the best value for your home. We highly recommend a licensed contractor to inspect your home and help you with these selections. Sometimes, you may not need all the features associated with the premium or mid-range tier and you could still get the best value out of an entry-level air conditioning system.
1. Size of Your Home: Air Conditioning Systems can range from 1.0 TON To 5 TON Depending on How Your Home Is Build & Design. In HVAC Space with use the BTU or TON to determine the size of an Air conditioning system Each TON is 12,000 BTU.
We need to convert BTU to tonnage. 1 ton equals 12,000 BTU. That means that, on average, we will need 0.0016 tons per square foot.
“…an air conditioner generally needs 20 BTU for each square foot of living space.”
To Say This In TON Metrics We could also say:
we will need 0.0016 tons per square foot for residesntial air conditionig systems.
Notes: These metrics are based on average homes in Canada. Obviously, if you take heat loss, duct size age of you home into considerations, you can generate different numbers or formula for what we are trying to accomplish here. Alternatively, you can use our Online Tonnage Calculator To find out what size of AC suites your home.
2. SEER Rating (Efficiency): Average SEER Rating Start From 13 to 21 For Residential Air Conditioning Systems. Most Homes Use 13, 14, 16 & 18 SEER.
3. You Contractor Selection: Contractors have different prices and hourly rates for labour. Typically, the more reputable the contractor is the higher you will pay compared to a one-man show contractor. Due to the High costs of overhead and running a business bigger HVAC companies like Reliance and Enercare typically charge higher for installation of new Air conditioners in Toronto & GTA.
Home Trade Standards provides Air Conditioning Repair & Installation Services For All Types of Residential Air Conditioning Systems such as Central Air Conditioning, Ductless Heat Pump and Ductless Air Conditioner In Toronto & GTA. If you are looking to install a new Air Conditioner or replace the old one, you are here at the right place. Home Trade Standards provides Removal, Installation, Replacement & Disposal Services for all types of Air Conditioning Systems in the Toronto & GTA Area.
Here is a brief description of our A/C Services:
Central Air Conditioner Repair & Maintenance become quite common between May and August In Toronto & GTA. Due to weather conditions in Ontario, Canada, the majority of households do not get to use to their air conditioning systems until early May.
We recommend air conditoner maintenance prior to heat waves in Toronto to ensure you're equipment is ready to work in hotter days of summer. Air conditioning maintenance includes cleaning the condenser coils and checking the evaporator drain. It is highly recommend to replace your old furnace filter every 3 months to ensure proper air flow in your home.
A Standard split air conditioning system has its components in two or more separate locations. A split system's condensing unit is often located outdoors, and its evaporating unit is placed indoors. Usually, the evaporator is installed in a central air handler cabinet that is connected to a network of ducts. Some of the ductwork is used to return air to the air handler. Cooled and dehumidified air is distributed to the conditioned spaces through a series of supply ducts and returned to the evaporator through return ducts—this arrangement of using forced air to cool a conditioned space described as a central air conditioning system.
Home Trade Standards provides installation & Replacement Services In Toronto & GTA area. If you are looking to replace your old air conditioner or add a new air conditioner to your house, we can help. Replacing or Upgrading Air Conditioner Systems includes the following steps:
The Air Conditioning Market & Prices are much like the car industry. There are several factors that impact the price when you’re shopping around for new air conditioners. You should consider efficiency SEER, energy savings, size or TON, maintenance costs, warranty, installation difficulty level and contractor distance from you.
If you call three different HVAC contractors in Toronto and ask for a quote, you will receive three different pricing from each contractor. Sometimes you may see a drastic difference between quotes. Make sure to consider all the metrics mentioned above when you are evaluating quotations. The point is just because a quote is cheaper than another, doesn’t speak on the value and scope of work being presented and follow troughed on.
The average price of a new ductless or heat pump air conditioner replacement ranges from $2800 to $6000 plus applicable taxes. This price includes standard installation from a fully licensed technician. Most reputable companies will provide you at least a 1-year labour installation warranty along with a 10-year manufacturer part warranty.
At Home Trade Standards, we carry a variety of residential air conditioner types, mainly central air, ductless systems and heat pumps. You can select your preferred product(s) from Shop Now. We will install the order at your property as early as 24 hours. To learn more, please visit how it works.
Here at Home Trade Standards, we know the prices for units and material and labour costs. Our online Air Conditioner showroom allows you to go through a seamless process to buy an air conditioner system online with guaranteed peace of mind. We can perform installations as early as 24 hours. There is no middle man involved. We are an established Air Conditioning company that provides local HVAC services online. We believe in an excellent level of service, with all of our equipment being registered with the manufacturer’s warranty.
Cooling Capacity or Size: Air Conditioners are categorized by TON or BTU when it comes to capacity. For sizing guidelines, please check out our size calculator.
Efficiency & SEER Rating: Efficiency is expressed as the SEER or the seasonal energy-efficiency rating. The minimum SEER for a central air conditioner allowed today is 13. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit is.
Annual Maintenance: A service plan that combines yearly inspections and cleaning you do on your equipment. This can increase the lifespan of your Air Conditioning system. No matter how advanced your existing air conditioning unit is, you still need to do annual maintenance to ensure the longevity of your unit.
Smart Thermostats: New thermostats allow you to manage your usage on your phone. Make sure your new system is compatible with all types of smart thermostats.
To get an adequate scope on what you need for your home, we recommend obtaining the accurate square footage of your house; then proceeding to our Size Calculator to determine the exact size you will need. We recommend getting the correct size because undersized units run the risk of higher energy bills due to overworking and combating heat loss. Oversized units can make winter happen all over in your home again- and maybe outside as well with high costs.
All three systems use a refrigerant to transfer the heat inside your home and pump it outside. Hence, from a cooling perspective, all three systems use a similar operation method. However, all three systems have restrictions when it comes to doing a professional installation.
A heat pump can provide heating and cooling in winter and summer, but a central air conditioner or ductless system only produces cooling. Central air conditioning cools the entire house, but ductless units only cool one room or selected zones. To avoid any surprises and unwanted costs, we highly recommend arranging an in-house or telephone assessment to go through a complete checklist with one of our air conditioning experts. They will be able to advise on the best location to install your unit inside and outside.
The “SEER” Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, which measures the efficiency over the entire summer season. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. Residential units are usually rated using this technique. Residential Air conditioner SEER ranges from 13 to 21 SEER.
We run different promotions from time to time. To get more information about our trade-in programs, simply call us to provide your existing system information first. Then we can provide you with your eligibility and rebate refund information.
Here are five common problems we often see during Air Conditioners Service Calls
We hear our customers every day. Here are six common problems reported during air conditioning service calls.
At Home Trade Standards, we always first check the general condition of your system. For instance, check for leaks, proper refrigerant charge, and malfunctioning refrigerant controls and motor controls. We also check for moisture in the system. Moisture in the refrigerant can form ice in the metering device, resulting in a gradual decrease in performance as the system operates.
Often the same blower, filter and duct system are used during both the cooling and heating seasons. The blower must be cleaned at least once a year. The motor should be lubricated (a few drops of SAE 30 oil)once or twice a year, if applicable, Air Filter should be inspected monthly and cleaned or replaced as need.
The Condensing unit should be checked and cleaned if needed once a year. The condenser especially should be blown clean of debris; Any bent fins should be straightened. Ca carbon dioxide blower or vacuum cleaner can be used o clean the unit. Pressurized washing wands are useful to clean the coils from the inside out.
Lastly, the evaporator coils should also be cleaned of any lint and have any vent fins straightened. Check condenser drainage. Condensate that escapes the drain pan may drip on the furnace heat exchanger, corroding rusting it. If the condensate drain is clogged, it may be possible to blow out the blockage using compressed gas.
Home Trade Standards provides homeowners with comprehensive maintenance to keep heating and cooling equipment working smoothly from season to season.
With our Cooling Maintenance Plans, our technicians will get to you quickly, with 24/7 services available, and an upfront scope of work determination with the prevention of over-time fees. Our service maintenance will troubleshoot potential problems and ensure optimal performance for your furnace.
Home Improvement Financing programs are available for all new purchases. Our Air Conditioning rental or financing procedure is definitely one of the most affordable ways to replace your existing air conditioning system.
Financing an air conditioner installation can be done through Home Trade Standards. We can set monthly installments for customers who wish to pay monthly instead of a lump-sum payment. The terms start from 1 year, and we can stretch it up to 15 years. The interest rate starts from 8.99 % depending on your credit.
In Toronto, You can rent an air conditioner starting from $29.99 plus applicable taxes.
Most people rent because they want to make sure their air conditioning system is fully insured and paid for in case of a sudden mechanical breakdown. Rental options usually are 5, 10 or 15-year terms. During this term, the contractor has to cover most repair and labour costs. Once the agreement term is done, you can buy out your air conditioner for a small fee listed in your agreement.
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