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CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
LOW RISE APARTMENTS & HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

Home Trade Standards is an In-Suite Heating, Air Conditioning & Ventilation Service Provider for all major Condo Heating Systems in Toronto & The GTA. Our specialists are certified to work on any heating system that can be found in a condo unit in Toronto! If you are looking for repair, replacement, or maintenance services for your condo heating unit then you have come to the right place!

Our Services Are Used by Condo Boards, Property Managers, Superintendents, Landlords & Tenants. Our HVAC Experts Provide The Following HVAC Services in High Rise & Low Rise Buildings:

CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
TYPES OF BUILDINGS
WHERE WE PROVIDE
HVAC SERVICES

We Are Licensed & Bonded To Service In-Suite HVAC Systems In:

CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
CALL US NOW TO SPEAK
WITH A LIVE AGENT
CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
THE 6 MOST COMMON
HVAC SYSTEMS
If you live in a low rise or high rise condo in Toronto & GTA, you may be using one of the following Heating or Air Conditioning Systems:

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
8 COMMON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
PROBLEMS IN CONDOS & APARTMENTS
To get the best out of your Condo Heating & Air Conditioning System, make sure you get it regularly maintained. Regular condo HVAC maintenance ensures that your heating and cooling systems last longer and work more efficiently. Some of the most common codo heating and air conditioning problems include:
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Most condo residents in Toronto & GTA area are individually responsible for all in-suite emergency repair & replacement work. Property management is typically only responsible for arranging annual HVAC maintenance such as filter change, drain check, and basic cleaning inside your system.

To find out more about your condo, you should refer to the declaration in your condo bylaws. This can be usually obtained from your property management. Home Trade Standards offers Condo HVAC Repair & Maintenance Services In Toronto & GTA Area. You Can Simply Contact Us For All Condo Service-Related Inquiries.

Your condo can be heated using Natural Gas, Hot Water Heating, or Electricity. Each high rise condominium in Toronto has a unique in-suite HVAC system and the temperature can be individually controlled using your thermostat.

This is due to the type of in-suite HVAC system, you are using in your condo. Fan Coil Systems are controlled using a central system. The property management decides when to turn on the heating or air conditioning. If you own a heat pump, magic pak, PTAC, or air handling system in a condo then you can use heating & air conditioning in all months and seasons of the year. 

Most condo managements do a change over from heating to air conditioning in early or mid-may. Similarly, in wintertime managements do a changeover early or mid-October after thanksgiving. Normally, the management will post a notice in the common area to notify the residents. 

We recommend all of our clients to replace their HVAC filter every 3 months prior to each season. Most Condos In Toronto keep extra filters at the concierge desk and you can easily purchase a new filter from the security desk. 

We recommend all of our clients to replace their HVAC filter every 3 months prior to each season. Most Condos In Toronto keep extra filters at the concierge desk and you can easily purchase a new filter from the security desk.

One of the common reasons for water leaks is due to clogged drain in the higher floor. All HVAC systems are equipped with a drain pan and condensation line to remove the excessive water. Rusty Drain Pans, Lack of proper maintenance, and clogged drain cause drain pan to flood water onto the suites below.

Tarion administrates Ontario home builders to ensure they follow all regulations and new home warranty acts. According to Tarion, your In-suite Condo HVAC System is insured against repairs & mechanical failures up to 2 years after the construction is finished. You can reach out to your property management in writing if you are experiencing problems with your Heating & A/C. 

Heating & Air Conditioning Systems are not part of the common elements in condominium apartments. If you decide to replace or retrofit the existing HVAC system in your condo, you can work with the condo HVAC company of your choice as long as they are licensed & insured.  

Depending on the system you are currently using, here is the average life span of each HVAC unit in a condo:
  • Fan Coil Systems: 15 to 25 Years
  • Condo Heat Pumps: 7 to 15 Years
  • PTAC Units: 10 to 15 Years
  • Condo Magic Pak or Condo Pack: 12 to 18 Years
  • Air Handlers Units: 12 to 18 Years

  • If You’re Experiencing Heating & Air Conditioning Issues In Your Condo, Simply Call Home Trade Standards At (416 736-7001). Our Licensed Condo Heating Systems and HVAC Experts Will Be Happy To Serve Your Needs.
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      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      LOW RISE APARTMENTS & HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

      Home Trade Standards is an In-Suite Heating, Air Conditioning & Ventilation Service Provider for all major Condo Heating Systems in Toronto & The GTA. Our specialists are certified to work on any heating system that can be found in a condo unit in Toronto! If you are looking for repair, replacement, or maintenance services for your condo heating unit then you have come to the right place!

      Our Services Are Used by Condo Boards, Property Managers, Superintendents, Landlords & Tenants. Our HVAC Experts Provide The Following HVAC Services in High Rise & Low Rise Buildings:

      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      TYPES OF BUILDINGS
      WHERE WE PROVIDE
      HVAC SERVICES

      We Are Licensed & Bonded To Service In-Suite HVAC Systems In:

      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      CALL US NOW TO SPEAK
      WITH A LIVE AGENT
      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      THE 6 MOST COMMON
      HVAC SYSTEMS
      If you live in a low rise or high rise condo in Toronto & GTA, you may be using one of the following Heating or Air Conditioning Systems:

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      Fan Coil Systems are the most commonly used HVAC units in both low rise and high rise apartments in Toronto & GTA. Fan Coil units can be designed in a horizontal and vertical orientation. They are centrally controlled by the building management via a boiler or chiller. This means that you can not switch from heating to cooling in some months of the year unless the Building Central HVAC system manually switches from heating to air conditioning or vice versa. Fan coil units are typically built with 2 pipes. 1. Supply 2. Return for cold or hot water depending on the season.

      Some Fan Coils are designed with 4 pipes. These types of fan coil systems are able to supply heating and cooling all year round because they can bypass cold or hot at any time. Energy consumption is higher for these types of fan coil units.

      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      8 COMMON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
      PROBLEMS IN CONDOS & APARTMENTS
      To get the best out of your Condo Heating & Air Conditioning System, make sure you get it regularly maintained. Regular condo HVAC maintenance ensures that your heating and cooling systems last longer and work more efficiently. Some of the most common codo heating and air conditioning problems include:
      WORKING WITH US
      TRUSTED PARTNERS

      Our Trusted Clients

      Acmo
      DEL
      Goldview
      MENRES
      CCI
      WB

      Our Trusted Clients

      CONDO HEATING SYSTEMS
      HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING FAQS

      Most condo residents in Toronto & GTA area are individually responsible for all in-suite emergency repair & replacement work. Property management is typically only responsible for arranging annual HVAC maintenance such as filter change, drain check, and basic cleaning inside your system.

      To find out more about your condo, you should refer to the declaration in your condo bylaws. This can be usually obtained from your property management. Home Trade Standards offers Condo HVAC Repair & Maintenance Services In Toronto & GTA Area. You Can Simply Contact Us For All Condo Service-Related Inquiries.

      Your condo can be heated using Natural Gas, Hot Water Heating, or Electricity. Each high rise condominium in Toronto has a unique in-suite HVAC system and the temperature can be individually controlled using your thermostat.

      This is due to the type of in-suite HVAC system, you are using in your condo. Fan Coil Systems are controlled using a central system. The property management decides when to turn on the heating or air conditioning. If you own a heat pump, magic pak, PTAC, or air handling system in a condo then you can use heating & air conditioning in all months and seasons of the year. 

      Most condo managements do a change over from heating to air conditioning in early or mid-may. Similarly, in wintertime managements do a changeover early or mid-October after thanksgiving. Normally, the management will post a notice in the common area to notify the residents. 

      We recommend all of our clients to replace their HVAC filter every 3 months prior to each season. Most Condos In Toronto keep extra filters at the concierge desk and you can easily purchase a new filter from the security desk. 

      We recommend all of our clients to replace their HVAC filter every 3 months prior to each season. Most Condos In Toronto keep extra filters at the concierge desk and you can easily purchase a new filter from the security desk.

      One of the common reasons for water leaks is due to clogged drain in the higher floor. All HVAC systems are equipped with a drain pan and condensation line to remove the excessive water. Rusty Drain Pans, Lack of proper maintenance, and clogged drain cause drain pan to flood water onto the suites below.

      Tarion administrates Ontario home builders to ensure they follow all regulations and new home warranty acts. According to Tarion, your In-suite Condo HVAC System is insured against repairs & mechanical failures up to 2 years after the construction is finished. You can reach out to your property management in writing if you are experiencing problems with your Heating & A/C. 

      Heating & Air Conditioning Systems are not part of the common elements in condominium apartments. If you decide to replace or retrofit the existing HVAC system in your condo, you can work with the condo HVAC company of your choice as long as they are licensed & insured.  

      Depending on the system you are currently using, here is the average life span of each HVAC unit in a condo:
    • Fan Coil Systems: 15 to 25 Years
    • Condo Heat Pumps: 7 to 15 Years
    • PTAC Units: 10 to 15 Years
    • Condo Magic Pak or Condo Pack: 12 to 18 Years
    • Air Handlers Units: 12 to 18 Years

    • If You’re Experiencing Heating & Air Conditioning Issues In Your Condo, Simply Call Home Trade Standards At (416 736-7001). Our Licensed Condo Heating Systems and HVAC Experts Will Be Happy To Serve Your Needs.
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