August 20th, 2018
We’ve experienced a hot summer here in Toronto, and we can expect the temperatures to remain high for the foreseeable future. These conditions place a huge workload on any type of cooling system—but especially for the air conditioning system for a commercial or industrial facility. An air conditioner is not only doing the work of cooling off personnel, clients, and customers in a facility, it also must manage climate control to protect equipment and process. This is one of the reasons commercial and industrial ACs are more complex than residential air conditioning: a commercial AC handles multiple jobs, and the risk of a loss of cooling puts more in jeopardy than just stopping people indoors from sweating.
But what happens when all this summertime pressure overwhelms an AC, and suddenly you’ve not only got sweat but the threat of failing equipment and an operational shutdown?
August 6th, 2018
Unless your business is related to the HVAC industry, you probably don’t have much more than a standard working knowledge of commercial heating and cooling systems. Nor do you need to have one—that’s why you have professionals like us around to assist you. So if you’ve ever wondered why rooftop AC equipment is the standard for businesses, we’ve written the post to answer that question and give you some information about how our side of the HVAC industry works.
July 23rd, 2018
The standard way of providing climate control inside most commercial facilities is with the air-source heat pump. You’re most likely familiar with these as the rooftop units found on commercial buildings. They work through refrigeration circulation to move heat either into or out of a facility space. The reason they’re called “air-source” heat pumps is because the use the air both indoors and outdoors for heat transfer.
But what other option is there aside from using the air? The ground! The ground-source heat pump draws and deposits heat in the ground beneath the frost line, allowing it to either heat or cool the air inside a space. You know this type of HVAC system better as a geothermal system.
July 9th, 2018
Summer is already here, and you’re fretting over the energy bills for your commercial facility. You need more power than ever for the cooling system that keeps your building comfortable and/or which provides the proper environment for equipment and process. Rooftop ACs, server room cooling systems, chillers—they put in an immense amount of work through the summer.
But could they be doing even better? We’re almost certain of it. Below is a list of various ways you can upgrade and improve your commercial cooling this summer. Feel free to call us for more details as well as other suggestions we have that are tailored to your commercial needs.
June 11th, 2018
Running a business of any kind involves making numerous decisions both large and small on a daily basis. Making a choice to upgrade or replace a large part of a facility’s air conditioning system definitely falls in the “large” category: most commercial facilities need cooling of some type in order for them to operate. Cooling can be necessary to protect equipment (such as in vital server room cooling), facilitate process, and provide comfort to employees, clients, tenants, etc. Failure of the air conditioning equipment or ineffective/inefficient performance will have a major negative impact on running your business.
Of course, taking the step to make major changes to older, out-of-date cooling equipment can be expensive, and you may be reluctant to make the change immediately. If you are on the fence about a new commercial air conditioning installation in Toronto, ON, the best step to take is to work with our commercial HVAC professionals. We have more than 30 years of experience assisting local businesses, both commercial and industrial, with proper heating and cooling. From server room cooling to industrial chillers, we can handle all cooling requirements and give you the information you need to make the right choices about your air conditioning equipment.
May 28th, 2018
If you are looking for an AC maintenance plan for your business in Toronto, ON, first of all: smart idea. No matter what type of commercial facility you own or operate in the Greater Toronto Area, having HVAC professionals regularly maintain your heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment is essential for receiving the best steady work from it. Routine commercial HVAC maintenance helps keep utility bills under control, avoids breakdown surprises that can bring work to a halt, extends the life of vital equipment, and reduces the number of repairs any system may need over its service life.
You have numerous options when it comes to commercial maintenance contractors. If you’ve come to our website, it’s likely because you are shopping around to find the best possible HVAC maintenance service. Also a smart idea—because you’ve found us! Our AC maintenance plans are different from what you’ll find at most commercial and industrial HVAC contractors. It’s not only that we’re an experienced company with more than 30 years of history in the area. Our maintenance is maintenance with a difference!
May 14th, 2018
While the weather outdoors is still cool at this point in spring, this is the time to make sure your industrial facility in the Greater Toronto Area has received its regular professional air conditioning maintenance.
We have to emphasize professional. Routine maintenance for the cooling systems in your industrial facility is important for the operation of the space. You can’t have an amateur look over equipment of the size and power necessary for industrial operations. No matter how small the operation might be, the equipment that cools down machinery, allows for process, and maintains comfort is complex. Only specially skilled and licensed technicians can do the regular maintenance necessary. To care for your industrial air conditioning in Scarborough, ON, we’re the people to call. We have more than 30 years of history helping both commercial and industrial companies in the region handle their cooling requirements.
April 30th, 2018
Maintaining the proper climate inside a commercial facility with cooling units isn’t only something to worry about during the hot weather of summer. The heat created in facilities from the equipment inside them often requires cooling systems. For example, server room cooling is essential for most businesses, even small ones, and it’s necessary around the year.
However, summer brings extra challenges for facilities where air conditioning is an essential part of comfort for employees, clients, customers, tenants, etc. This makes it essential to have maintenance service for rooftop air conditioning units before the hot weather arrives. The weather in Toronto is still cool, but it won’t remain that way for much longer—and you don’t want to get caught with any non-working air conditioning equipment when the summer weather strikes.
April 16th, 2018
The summer weather from June to September in Toronto can sometimes rise to 35°C, and you don’t want to be a business of any kind stuck without an effective air conditioning system at those times. But proper cooling is important for many facilities around the year: it’s not only an issue of comfort for employees, clients, tenants, etc. but for process and to protect equipment. When you work with our commercial and industrial HVAC professionals, you’ll receive the right type of cooling for your building or facility. We understand the importance of customizing HVAC systems to meet all the specific needs of any of our clients.
Here are some of the ways we can help your facility’s air conditioning. Not all of these may be right for your business, but you can trust that we’ll pinpoint exactly what you need.