Request Your
Free Estimate
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Emergency HVAC Service Call: 647-921-3810

Blog

Archive for the ‘Commercial Building’ Category

Tips on choosing an HVAC Contractor

June 17th, 2015 by Commercial Hvac Contractor

Comments Closed

If you are thinking of repairing or replacing your Heating, ventilation air conditioning or also known as HVAC then in most of the cases you will have to hire a HVAC contractor who has the specialization and the license to work on your office equipment. An HVAC contractor should be highly trained should have the […]

[Read Full Article]

Tags:

HVAC Maintenance Checklist: Air-Cooled Chiller Inspection

June 12th, 2014 by Commercial Hvac Contractor

Comments Closed

In HVAC,chillers are an important component in the cooling systems . The chiller removes warmth from the air, and can also be used for the purposes of cooling down equipment or machines in industrial buildings or medical facilities. We previously posted an article on how to keep your water-cooled chiller running efficiently, but what about […]

[Read Full Article]

Tags: Tags: , , ,

Office Indoor Air Quality: Common Pollutants [Part 1]

February 27th, 2014 by Commercial Hvac Contractor

Comments Closed

Several factors can contribute to poor indoor air quality in your office or facility, and it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause or source of the contamination. Indoor air quality problems can be linked to neglected HVAC systems, improper office layouts, or in the form of naturally occurring or chemical pollutants that contaminate […]

[Read Full Article]

Tags: Tags: , ,

Office Spaces are Getting Smaller; How This Affects Indoor Air Quality

January 30th, 2014 by Commercial Hvac Contractor

Comments Closed

Office towers in Toronto have been undergoing major renovations. Corporations want to cut costs by downsizing the number of buildings they occupy—and they are turning to new office design layouts to achieve this. Traditional workspaces are shifting into open, collaborative spaces and organizations are filling them in with more employees. “Rethinking the Office”, a recent […]

[Read Full Article]

Tags: Tags:

Comments Closed

Do you fix heating and cooling systems when they break down rather than prevent it with maintenance? This is a costly way to operate a facility. Taking a re-active approach to building maintenance makes operating costs increase because inefficient equipment is continuously wasting energy. Without routine maintenance HVAC systems will break down more often—and these […]

[Read Full Article]

Tags: