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Toronto Condo HVAC Experts Since 1992

Founded in 1992, Tropic Air Heating & Air Conditioning has developed into a proficient installation and service company, addressing various aspects of the heating and air conditioning sector. Our expertise lies in reputable brands like Trane, Goodman, Carrier, Bryant, Rheem, York, Amana, and others.

Why Choose us

Up Front Pricing with No Hidden Fees

Fully Insured

TSSA and WSIB Licensed HVAC Technicians

24/7 Emergency Repairs Support

Priority Service : Same day or Next day repairs

HVAC Solutions for Toronto Condos, Apartments & High Rises

Repair, Installations, and Maintenance 

When you are facing issues with your Toronto condominium HVAC system Finding a specialist for your condominium HVAC system is critical, and Tropic Air Heating & Air Conditioning specializes in Toronto high-rise condominium HVAC Repair, Installation and maintenance services since 1992.

 Common concerns with your condo heating and cooling units include heat pump or fan coil repairs or replacements, excessive noise, or insufficient hot or cool air circulation. You can count on us to handle all your Toronto GTA condominium HVAC issues quickly and competently.

Tropic Air Heating and Air Conditioning is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers same-day emergency service.

In-suite condominium heating and air conditioning repairs, troubleshooting, and part replacements are among the many services we provide. In addition, we provide condo HVAC installation, upgrades, annual HVAC inspections, maintenance services, water heater repairs, fan coil maintenance, thermostat replacements, and other services.

Toronto Condominium Common HVAC Issues

A fan coil unit’s recommended lifespan for Toronto condominiums is normally approximately 15-20 years. After this time, there is a greater chance of flooding and poor indoor air quality. We strongly recommend frequent maintenance, tune-ups, and evaluations by trained HVAC technicians for older fan coil units based on our significant experience responding to numerous condominium HVAC repair calls over the last 30 years. This proactive strategy aids in the prevention of prospective problems.

Toronto Condominium Potential HVAC Issues 

Leaks: A cracked or clogged drain pan can lead to leaks.

Inconsistent Temperature: a fairly typical problem caused by motor or thermostat malfunctioning.

Excessive Noise: Often caused by overworked motors due to poor maintenance or clogged filters.

Rusting: Over time, drain pans and coil casings might rust and corrode.

Blower Failure: Excess or loud noises are signs of an overworked motor that will eventually fail.

Mold and Mildew: Deteriorating insulation can cause excessive dampness and mold growth.

Are your fan coil units exhibiting any of these symptoms?

Get the right Air Conditioning Solutions TODAY!

Contact us at (647) 955-8625

Brands we Service, Repair and Install

What is HVAC?

HVAC  stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air conditioning and is usually a term used to describe interior air systems.HVAC is sometimes referred to as climate control or heating and cooling but in essence, HVAC is a system built to regulate air temperature, regulate and control humidity levels and air quality in order to provide a comfortable, enjoyable, and healthy environment.

There are 3 main parts to HVAC systems:

HEATING: Heating is obviously very important in our part of the world as it provides us with the ability to have a very comfortable life even with extremely low temperatures outside. Oil-based and gas based are two most commonly installed heating systems in Toronto.

COOLING & AIR CONDITIONING: Cooling & Air conditioning is a different story here in Toronto and Canada as a whole. Because of our short, “easy” summer, homeowners are not as inclined to invest in “central” solutions and so we’ve got several different cooling systems like ductless and window air-conditioners.

VENTILATION: Ventilation is a way to clean, clear, and remove bad, stale air or smoke throughout the house.

Toronto Condo HVAC Solutions- FAQ

HVAC is also known as climate control or heating and cooling, but in essence, HVAC is a system designed to regulate air temperature, humidity levels, and air quality in order to offer a comfortable, enjoyable, and healthy environment.

HVAC is a regulated trade in Ontario, which means that trade certification is required. Other license’s and permits, in addition to trade certification, are required for working on HVAC devices and appliances. It is extremely advised to look out for these red signs while seeking HVAC services to avoid falling prey to HVAC scammers or unskilled handymen acting as HVAC specialists.

Not always; typically, buildings with more than six floors have a centralized system in the basement or on the roof. Smaller buildings and multifamily units, on the other hand, can have their own independent HVAC systems such as furnaces and air conditioners.

Ductless mini split systems have many features and benefits, making them an excellent alternative for indoor settings like as condos and flats.

A fan coil unit (FCU), commonly referred to as a “condo furnace,” is a common heating and conditioning system found in Toronto’s condos, apartments, senior living facilities, hotels, and residential buildings. This system is essential to sustaining a comfortable temperature all year long, assuring your comfort and wellbeing.

The fan coil is often hidden behind an access panel or closet in the wall of the condo living room or bedroom. By counting the access panels or the thermostats, you may determine how many fan coils you have.

In Toronto and the GTA, the price to replace a condo HVAC unit can range from $2,500 to $8,000 (taxes excluded). The exact price will vary depending on the size of the apartment, the type of HVAC system, and the installation’s complexity.

Usually, the condo owners, and occasionally the property management firm, are in charge of setting up and managing the annual fan coil maintenance in your condominium. Even though the Condo Fan Coil system only has a few simple components, it nevertheless needs annual maintenance to avoid surprise breakdowns during severe weather. Condominium fan coil units may deteriorate over time.

Heating and cooling systems are not often considered common elements in Toronto condominium residences. As a result, if you decide to replace or retrofit the existing HVAC system in your Toronto condo, you have the option of working with any licensed and insured condo HVAC business of your choice.

We service all HVAC makes and models.
Call us at (416) 492-7633 or fill out the form to schedule a service appointment.

Tropic Air - Serving Toronto GTA

Phone: (416) 492-7633