Home Trade Standards offers complete Fan Coil Retrofit, Replacement & Installation Services to Condo Owners & Property Managers in Toronto & GTA Area. We work closely with reputable Fan Coil Manufacturers from one project to another.
Our team can help you find the best In-Suite Fan Coil Retrofit Solutions For Your Existing Horizontal or Vertical Fan Coil Model.
Installation of Fan Coil Units started in 1970. This means Fan Coil Systems have been around for more than half a century in Toronto High Rise Apartments. According to Fan Coil manufacturers, Fan Coil Units have a lifespan of 20 years. Mould, Dirt, Dust, and other airborne small particles inside your condo suite can build up over time inside your fan coil cabinet and vent systems and negatively spread in the air when the unit is operating. Most importantly, mould can easily build up and grow inside your fan coil cabinet especially in the air conditioning season due to excessive moisture and humidity level. This can cause serious health problems for residents over time due to the toxicity of airborne particles. Fan Coil Retrofit & Remediation is the best solution by far when it comes to improving indoor air quality in older condo highrise buildings.
With over a million already installed Fan Coil Systems in Toronto & GTA, Condo Fan Coil Retrofit & Replacement is going to be an important topic to look into when it comes to indoor air quality. But the question is why should you retrofit your fan coil instead of doing the repair?
Fan Coil Units in the older buildings require part replacement over time due to rust, corrosion, and wear and tear. If your fan coil is over 20 years, you may no longer benefit from repair and part replacement because a complete replacement will be more cost-effective compare to spending more money on an outdated fan coil unit. The new Fan Coil Units are made to insert the same cabinet in a shorter timeframe allowing us to replace all the inner insulations and system components in a more efficient way.
Here is a recent fan coil removal and installation project we have done in a 30-Year-Old Toronto High Rise Condominium. Pictures are placed in order to show step by step how this is done.
Condo Fan Coil Replacement Retrofit and Costs can vary from one building to another. Every condo is unique and every unit has a particular retrofit specification. Most Condominium Managements have a reserve fund designated for building retrofits and renovations. Fan Coil Retrofit & Replacement can cost from $2800 to $4000 per unit in a high-rise condominium building in Toronto & GTA Area.
There are two types of Fan Coil Designs in Condominiums. 1. Draw Thru 2. Blow Thru. These designs depend on your condo structure and it is not recommended to be modified.
Below is an illustration of Blow Thru Versus Draw Thru Fan Coil Retrofit Installation.
Fan coil typically draws the air from inside your condo unit and then pas the air through the water coil and supply it back to the suite. In older fan coil systems, you are allowing the airflow to bypass through the rust and corrosion of your old Fan Coil unit. Retrofit removes all the old rusted components from the cabinet. This will eliminate the dirty coil, rusted drain pan, and most importantly poor insulation inside the cabinet. A proper fan coil replacement should consist of removing all these components prior to installing the new fan coil system. This will improve your condo indoor air quality significantly.
Home Trade Standards Fan Coil Retrofit & Mould Remediation Services are Designed to Help Condo Owners go through a seamless process to find the right fan coil unit for their condo. We help Condominium Homeowners & condo corporation managers in Toronto to select the right Heating & Air Conditioning Fan Coil Systems for their condo. Each Suite has a Unique Ventilation Capacity, Heat Loss, and HVAC design. Our Engineering Team can help you find the matching retrofit fan coil system for your condo space such as the living room, bedroom, and building common areas.
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