May 25th, 2020
This is the time of year when commercial companies schedule a routine visit from a commercial HVAC contractor to take care of the pre-summer check-up and tune-up for their equipment. The stresses of the upcoming season make it necessary for HVAC machinery to be in top shape.
We offer some of the best commercial HVAC maintenance in Toronto, ON, and the Greater Toronto Area. Our clients have their own customized maintenance program designed to match their facility and the heating, cooling, and ventilation systems necessary for daily operation. When you have a maintenance program set up with us, you won’t have to worry about neglecting the HVAC system, because we’ll be there with reminders and have a full annual schedule arranged for you.
This is hugely beneficial, since the consequences of neglecting commercial HVAC systems by skipping maintenance can be severe:
May 11th, 2020
You know how hot and humid Toronto gets during the summer. But the summer weather hasn’t hit yet, and we’re in a period of cool to cold weather here in May. It’s a deceptive time halfway between summer and winter, and it’s easy to forget the importance of having maintenance for your commercial HVAC equipment done before the intense heat arrives.
Maintaining commercial HVAC equipment is a vital task no matter what type of facility you operate. In summer, an HVAC system can handle indoor comfort needs for some buildings, or be more focused on the protection of equipment and process. We understand that you probably are not certain what type of maintenance your building requires during spring—but that’s why you have a professional Toronto, ON, commercial HVAC contractor like us around to do the heavy-lifting and heavy-planning.
April 27th, 2020
For a business that relies on a server room/computer room as a central hub for operations—and this includes most facilities—proper climate control in this room is essential. The equipment in server rooms generate a large amount of heat in a small space with little air circulation, and the equipment is sensitive to high temperatures. Inadequate cooling for a server room means damaged equipment and potentially devastating data loss.
How do you cool down a server room? The answer isn’t a straightforward HVAC solution that just any technician can provide. You need the best professionals on this job, people who specialize in commercial and industrial HVAC that goes beyond simply providing comfort for people. Quality commercial HVAC is also about protecting equipment and process.
April 13th, 2020
When it comes to industrial HVAC in Toronto, ON, the transition from chilly winters to humid summers can put immense strain on rooftop units. Having properly operating rooftop HVAC units is essential for any industrial facility to maintain the temperatures and ventilation needed for process, comfort, and more. Since most of these packaged rooftop units are heat pumps, they operate in all types of weather.
But when the snows melt and the shift in the weather begins, it doesn’t mean rooftop units are suddenly having an easier job. Without professional maintenance and inspections to help during the transitional period, rooftop units can suffer damage and lose significant amounts of energy efficiency.
March 30th, 2020
No one needs to tell you the winters in Toronto are rough. If you’re a business owner, you know the strain the temperatures and other conditions put on your facility over the season. You don’t want this strain extending into the rest of the year, particularly the heat of summer. Much of the HVAC system for a commercial facility runs throughout the year and doesn’t receive a “break” when temperatures warm up. This is why regular spring commercial HVAC maintenance is essential each year.
March 16th, 2020
Proper ventilation for a commercial facility is essential, regardless of the type of facility. Ventilating a space is required to allow for proper humidity balance (which can make or break process for many businesses), healthy conditions for workers and employees, control of mold and mildew issues, mitigation of allergens, and reduction of dust and other contaminants that can cause damage to machinery.
Early spring is a tricky time for ventilation, as the weather begins to shift between warm and cold, and facilities deal with the need for both commercial cooling and commercial heating in Toronto, ON. Indoor air quality in a commercial facility can lower rapidly during spring if the ventilation system isn’t kept in proper shape, the ventilation system is outdated, or the wrong type was installed.
March 2nd, 2020
If your commercial facility relies on a boiler for its regular operation, you can’t take any risks with it. A boiler failure can mean a major interruption in your business—and a permanent boiler failure means an even longer one as the old boiler is replaced.
We want to help you avoid getting trapped with a failed commercial boiler. Below are some signs to watch for that indicate you need to call our technicians to see if the boiler has a problem that can be fixed, or if it’s in need of a full replacement.
February 17th, 2020
We keep extremely busy during the harsh, lengthy winters in Ontario handling repairs for the commercial heating systems of our customers. We help reduce the number of repairs our clients must deal with through our excellent maintenance program. But no amount of pre-season maintenance can stop every heating problem.
We’re going to look at five heating issues we deal with often during the winter. We’re always available to help your facility with commercial heating repair in Toronto, ON and throughout the Greater Toronto Area—and we have 24/7 emergency service available.
February 3rd, 2020
Among the many types of commercial HVAC in Toronto, ON we work with, geothermal is one that we receive many questions about. Although geothermal technology isn’t new to commercial use, it has expanded over the last few decades as facility owners and managers have become more conscious of the benefits of responsible use of natural resources. A building can “go green” while also saving money. Commercial geothermal systems offer several excellent solutions for different businesses, and they can be used in conjunction with other HVAC systems—they don’t have to be “all or nothing.”
Below we’ll answer a few common questions people have about geothermal heating and cooling.
January 20th, 2020
When you’re looking for a way to provide heat to your house, one option is a radiant heater. For an industrial facility you own or operate, you may also consider radiant heaters for a range of applications. But just as heating a home is different from heating an industrial space, the radiant heaters installed in the two are also different—and not just in size and power.
We’re experts at industrial and commercial heating in Toronto, ON and the Greater Toronto Area, and we often work with industrial radiant heaters to meet specific customer needs. To help you understand the uses of these radiant heaters, we’ll explain what makes them different from residential (as well as standard commercial) radiant heaters.