Home Trade Standards provides Condominium Heat Pump Repair & Maintenance Services for condo owners and building managers in Toronto & GTA area. Condo Heat Pump Systems are not part of common heating & cooling elements in high rise buildings. This means that it is the individual owner's responsibility to arrange an Emergency Repair or Maintenance service call in case of a mechanical failure or sudden breakdown. If you are experiencing a problem with your Condo Heat Pump Air Conditioning or Heating system, then you have come to the right place.
We have a designated Technical Support & Test Centre for Troubleshooting All Types of Vertical and Horizontal Heat Pump Systems in Condominiums & Commercial High Rise Buildings.
Home Trade Standards Offers 1 Year Part & Labour Guarantees on All Condominium Heat Pump Repair, Installation & Replacement Services. Contact Us Today!
Home Trade Standards offers High Rise Condominium Heat Pump Installation, Replacement & Retrofit Services in Toronto & GTA area. OMEGA & WHALEN Heat Pump Systems are the most common water source heat pump HVAC manufacturers in high-rise condominium suites. We offer complete heating & air conditioning replacement solutions for WHALEN & OMEGA Heat Pump Systems in Condo Buildings.
If you are currently dealing with an old or broken Heat Pump System in your condo, simply call us today to get a replacement quotation.
Here are the Top 10 major Water Source Heat Pump Manufacturers we provide repair, maintenance & installation services:
Whalen (Vertical Heat Pump)
Omega (Vertical Heat Pump)
Innkeeper & SpaceKeeper Bulldog
Daikin (Water Source Heat Pump)
Carrier (Water Source Heat Pump)
ClimateMaster (Water Source Heat Pump)
Singer / McQuay
Contact us today for your Whalen Heat Pump Replacement or Installation!
Condominiums with in-suite heat pump heating and air conditioning systems utilize building water supply as a medium to keep the compressor protected from freezing or burning out during the winter and summer season. Hence, they are also known as "Water Source Heat Pump".
Water Source Heat pump manufacturers come in different dimensions, designs, and specifications. Hence, we recommend hiring an expert to troubleshoot and inspect your unit prior to making any repair or replacement decision.
The Picture on the left side is showing a before and after water source heat pump installation in a Toronto Downtown Condominium. Home Trade Standards Team Successfully Replaced a 15-Year-old Climatemaster Heating & Air Conditioning Wate Source Heat Pump System. Besides upgraded design & higher efficiency, the main difference between older and newer water source heat pumps are in refrigeration systems. The older Heat Pumps use R22 whereas the newer units use R410 refrigerants.
Condo Heat Pump Systems require regular annual maintenance to ensure proper and safe operation. Our experienced Condo HVAC technicians are trained to troubleshoot all makes and models of Water Source Heat Pump Systems in High Rise Condo Units. Annual Heat Pump Maintenance can prevent unwanted issues from occurring before it damages your heat pump system. Due to COVID-19, some condominium property management may cancel or postpone their annual HVAC maintenance services. If you are dealing with no heating, no air conditioning, insufficient airflow or excessive noise problems, your heat pump may be due for service. Please contact us to arrange a service inspection for your heat pump system.
If you are experiencing other problems with your condominium heat pump operation during cold and hot days of winter and summer then you have come to the right place. Learn more in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about 5 Common Heat Pump Heating & Air Conditioning issues reported by our clients. Our Condo HVAC Technicians have working knowledge and experience to find the problem and offer the best possible solution. Simply Contact the Toronto & GTA Condo HVAC experts today!
Home Trade Standards goes through the following steps when it comes to annual heat pump maintenance appointments.
Lack of in-suite maintenance in condominiums and central mechanical system in high rise condos are number the major reason for sudden heat pump failure in condos. Condo Heat Pump compressors are the most important component of the system. Due to the high costs of compressor repair & replacement, we advise our clients to replace their entire unit when their system fails to operate due to compressor malfunction.
In our experience with heat pumps in the Toronto & GTA area, the 5 most common heat pump problems are:
What makes Water Source Heat Pumps unique from fan coil units is the reversibility to switch from heat or cool at any anytime during the winter and summer seasons. Heat pump technology uses a component called the reversing valve to trigger the compressor to provide both heating and air conditioning at any given moment. Therefore, in the intermediate seasons like April and September, condo residents do not have to wait for management to switch from heating or cooling or vice versa because heat pumps can operate in both heating and air conditioning mode.
Yes, Home Trade Standards offers Water Source Heat Pump Repair & Maintenance In Condos. We specialize in professional In-Suite Building HVAC Services in Toronto & GTA Area. Some Condominium managements have a fixed Annual Heat Pump Maintenance Program with a Building HVAC contractor. Due to Covid, some property managements stopped providing annual maintenance services in 2020 and 2021. Therefore, we experienced a lot of service calls due to a lack of maintenance.
At Home Trade Standards, we offer Annual Condo Heating and Air Conditioning Repair & Maintenance services for individual condo owners. You can contact us directly to service your suite HVAC system.
Our Heat Pump Service Experts are Insured & Certified to do the following Heat Pump Services for Toronto high rise buildings:
Condo Heat Pump Systems utilize R-22 or R-410 Refrigerants to provide heating and air conditioning through a refrigeration cycle. They are also known as Water Source Heat Pumps because they utilize water to extract or discharge the heat from or to the building water loop that is circulating in a closed-loop system from the building mechanical room to every floor and suite. The closed water loop system works as a medium to cool down the compressor during summertime. In winter, the water loop is responsible to prevent the heat pump compressor from freezing during the refrigeration cycle. High Rise Condominiums with in-suite heat pump heating and air conditioning units should always maintain the temperature of the water supply lines between 60 F to 90 F to ensure proper functionality. When the water temperature falls below this level, the unit automatically shuts off until the temperature is back to the standard range again.
What makes Water Source Heat Pumps unique from other types of heat pump and air conditioning units is the reversibility to switch from heat or cool at any anytime during the cycle of operation. In these types of heat pump systems, the reversing valve triggers the compressor to discharge the refrigerant to the water heat exchanger for cooling and the refrigerant to air heat exchanger for heating.
Notes: The water requirement temperature in the building closed-loop system must be 60 F to 90 F for proper water source heat pump operation.
Building with heat pump HVAC systems uses a central boiler and chiller to supply control water temperature through buildings a closed-loop system. This allows high rise buildings to save on energy in the intermediate seasons by creating an equilibrium between a resident who uses heating and the residents who use coolings in order to maintain the temperature requirement with the building water closed-loop system.
OMEGA & WHALEN Heat Pump Systems are the most common water source heat pump systems in high rise Condominium suites in Toronto & GTA area. Home Trade Standards offers complete heating & air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation services for WHALEN & OMEGA Heat Pump Systems in Condo Buildings. If You have an existing Whalen or OMEGA Heat Pump system, simply call us today to get a replacement quotation.
Most Heat Pump Manufacturers offer a standard 1 Year Manufacturer Part & 5 Year Compressor Warranty on all New Condo Constructions, Retrofit, and Installation Across Ontario. Depending on the Manufacture, this number may vary. At Home Trade Standards, we also offer 1 Year Full Labour Warranty on All Water Source Heat Pump Installations. Our work is insured and done by experienced technicians. To learn about our Heat Pump extended warranty program, contact us today to get more information.
Condo Heat Pump Replacement Costs can vary from one building to another. Every condo is unique and every unit has a particular engineering specification. Typically the cost of a new Condo Heat Pump Replacement can range from $2800 to $4500 plus applicable taxes in Toronto & GTA area.
We work directly with Condo Water Source Heat Pump Manufacturers to deliver the most cost-effective Condo HVAC Replacement Solutions in Toronto & GTA area. Our services are as follows:
If your building is older than 10 years old, please contact us directly to schedule an appointment for an onsite building assessment. We work closely with condo property managers and residents to deliver the most reliable Condo HVAC Services in Toronto & GTA Area.
Due to condominium bylaws and requirements, your Condo HVAC Specialist must first do an assessment on the existing system prior to the installation. Once the existing system specification is determined then we can provide possible replacement solutions. Unlike residential furnaces and air conditioners, you do not have multiple options and solutions when it comes to condo heating and cooling systems due to the Condo HVAC requirement. Therefore, we only offer certified products, parts, and equipment when it comes to repairing or replacement projects.
Home Trade Standards is a Leading High Rise HVAC Company For Condos & Apartments In Toronto & GTA. Simply Contact Us Today To Book Your Next Service!
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