As a building owner you understand how important condo HVAC maintenance is to keep your rooftop HVAC unit operating properly. Your building and all parts of it are an investment that you want to preserve, which is why you budget for maintenance and repairs in order to keep everything working properly.
If you are looking for a Toronto commercial condo HVAC maintenance contractor you can trust, call Commercial HVAC today. We’ll discuss all of your condo HVAC maintenance and repair options as they come up and are forecasted. You can always count on our experienced and professional HVAC technicians to give you an honest assessment of your HVAC system.
When you call Commercial HVAC you know that you’re working with an HVAC company that thinks about its customers first. We build long-term relationships with all of our commercial HVAC customers and care about customer satisfaction. In doing so you know that we’ll give you comprehensive service for your condo HVAC maintenance and repair needs.
Signs of Condo HVAC Maintenance Needs
Keep in mind that there are times when replacing your rooftop HVAC unit is more cost-effective than repairing it, if you are continuously calling for repair services. If it is recommended that we proceed with repairs they can involve several different components. With Commercial HVAC these changes aren’t arbitrary, but necessary and we always explain what is happening with your HVAC system.
Here are some of the more common high-rise condo HVAC maintenance and repair needs.
Issues with Building Controls
If you own a high-rise condo, you’re likely familiar with the types of repairs necessary on a regular basis. The building is most likely run by a central control system, which indicates when condo HVAC maintenance and repairs are necessary. Sometimes, there can be a small electrical problem or other issue causing a larger problem. Faulty wiring, inaccurate thermostat readings, and other problems can be red flags that the systems control board needs to be checked out. If you are having any temperature control problems or other potential electrical issues, call a Commercial HVAC as soon as your notice.
Even with a maintenance plan and regular tune-ups, your commercial HVAC system can develop refrigerant leaks as it ages. If your commercial rooftop HVAC system has a refrigerant leak, the line should be cleaned out and replaced. The refrigerant will also need to be charged correctly, and the old refrigerant properly disposed of according to municipal laws. If your HVAC system isn’t producing enough hot or cold air, the refrigerant could be low, and if technician has to charge the refrigerant during every service, there could be a leak or another related problem.
Overall, it’s important to use a company that you trust and know will do a good job when servicing your commercial HVAC system. For many commercial building in Toronto Commercial HVAC is that company, so if you’re looking for a new commercial HVAC service provider contact us today: 416-727-5016.