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Commodore Group is HVAC contractors, we provide air conditioning ac installation services in Toronto area Ontario,Whether you are dealing with an air conditioning failure or installing equipment in a newly-built home, you will appreciate the expertise and professionalism of the Commodore Group Heating & Air Conditioning Services staff. We’re proud to provide services in Toronto Area, Ontario, and we invest in our staff with ongoing training so that we can bring you the most advanced solutions for today’s home comfort needs. Professional, knowledgeable and friendly technicians… guaranteed! We service the greater Toronto area in Ontario.

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Sizing is one of the most important issues when you consider new air conditioning installation. An oversized unit can cool a structure quickly, but it won’t operate long enough to dehumidify your home adequately, an important issue in the humid climate of Toronto Area, Ontario. An undersized unit may operate continually without providing consistent comfort levels throughout your home. It is important to work with an expert who can compute your cooling load accurately and locate appropriate equipment based on your existing system features, duct work and structure.

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We Are Certified HVAC Contractors Servicing Residential Commercial and Industrial Areas. We Will Provide You with A Free Estimate for Any Air Conditioner Installation in Toronto GTA Ontario.

Air Conditioner Installation Options

Today’s technology gives you access to features that can simplify your home comfort maintenance and empower you to carefully manage your system’s activity. Some of these options include:

  • Wireless integration – we feature systems that work with wireless thermostats designed for maximum management options, including monitoring of air filters and humidity levels.
  • Remote access – wireless controls and related equipment offer the ability to change settings from a different room or a different state based on use of a smartphone, tablet or computer.
  • Two-stage compression – excellent for humid settings, you can limit the cooling activity of your system without curtailing dehumidification activity.
  • Ultra-quiet operation – modern air conditioning installation options include equipment choices that can reduce the noise level associated with cooling your home.
  • High-efficiency levels – today’s air conditioners can achieve more than 20 SEER, providing you with significant savings in energy costs.

We are Air Conditioning Repair Experts

If you know Air conditioning maintenance is one of our top services, but we also do full (residential) air conditioning installations. Our line-up of great brands such as Carrier and Lennox Air, York and Goodman offer the highest quality in the Canadian market. These brands promote maximum home comfort and indoor air quality.

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If your air conditioner or heat pump is acting up, we can schedule a service call to diagnose the problem during regular business hours. If you have an emergency that can’t wait, our trained technicians are available 24 hours a day every day of the year to help.
Our repair services include:

  • 24-Hour emergency AC repairs
  • 313A certified technicians
  • Repair of all makes and models of heating and air conditioning equipment
  • Preventive maintenance and tune-ups
  • Service throughout Toronto Area, Ontario
  • Commercial and residential HVAC repair and services
  • Seasonal specials on repairs, financing and new installation
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We Are Certified HVAC Contractors Servicing Residential Commercial and Industrial Areas. We Will Provide You with A Free Estimate for Any Air Conditioner Installation Repair in Toronto GTA Ontario.

When to Call for Air Conditioning Repairs

Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether an air conditioner needs service. If your unit runs constantly or doesn’t cool properly, there are several simple things to check before scheduling a service call.

  • Make sure that the thermostat is properly set. Turn the system off, re-set the temperature and then allow the unit to go through a cooling cycle.
  • Clean or replace the air filter. A dirty filter is the number one reason for the need for air conditioning repairs.
  • Make sure that the electrical system is working properly. Check circuit breakers, connections and switches.

If there is no improvement or change in the functioning of the unit, it’s best to call a technician to diagnose the problem. Feel free to call one of our technicians to discuss the problem. We can help you determine whether a service call is needed.

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Your outdated thermostat could be costing you money. A smart thermostat could save you $200 per year on energy use. This may be the easiest task for air conditioner maintenance. Just check your thermostat to make sure it works properly and keeps your home at the right temperature. If you have an older, mechanical thermostat, consider upgrading to a smart, programmable model like American Standard HVAC’s Gold 824 smart thermostat. A smart thermostat allows you to set the temperature higher when no one is home; it doesn’t turn the air conditioner off, just up. And it can cool the house down about 30 minutes before people arrive home for the evening. By doing this, you’ll always have a comfortable home waiting for you. And you’ll save energy and money by not having your air conditioner running when no one is there. Want to really maximize savings? Get a smart thermostat that monitors and reports your energy use. Then set daily schedules for cooling your home, test the results, and pocket the savings!

Replacing your air conditioner’s filter (or cleaning it if you have a reusable filter) is one of the most important air conditioner maintenance chores. Do it every month during high-use seasons (like summer and winter) and once during the fall and spring. You can find the air filter: Behind the return air grille on a wall or ceiling in a central room of the house. Inside the blower compartment of the air handler or furnace. In a slot on the side, bottom or top of your furnace. When the filter becomes full of dust, dirt and allergen particles, airflow decreases. This makes your system work harder than it should. Air flowing through your system may also become dirtier and dustier, impacting your indoor air quality and triggering allergy and asthma symptoms for those living in the home. Here’s the solution: Install a high-quality air filter. Inexpensive fibreglass air filters won’t capture smaller particles like pollen, bacteria, and viruses and must be changed every 30 days. But a pleated filter, depending upon its MERV rating, can capture those things and more. MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. Why does the MERV rating matter? The higher the MERV rating, the more airborne pollutants the filter will capture. Residential filters range from 1 MERV, such as what might be found in a window unit air conditioner, to 12 MERV, which is considered superior for residential use. If you have family members with allergy and asthma problems; own pets; live in a dusty region; or have other similar indoor air quality challenges, consider upgrading to a filtration system that does more. For example, American Standard’s AccuClean Whole-Home Air Filtration System removes up to 99.98% of these airborne pollutants and contains a reusable filter. Installing or cleaning an air conditioner filter couldn’t be easier, and any homeowner can do it. Watch How to Change the Air Filter in Your Home for more information. American Standard air conditioner surrounded by bushes that needs to be cleaned Remove branches or debris from your AC’s outdoor unit to keep the system running efficiently.

Over time, leaves, dirt and grass clippings build up outside the air conditioner unit; this decreases the system’s capacity and reduces airflow. It’s also why maintenance for the outside unit couldn’t be more important. First, shut off power to the unit. You can do that at the service disconnect on your outdoor unit or at your home’s main breaker panel. Then, use a garden hose to gently wash out the debris. Start at the top, with the hose at about a 45-degree angle, and work your way down. Do not use a power washer — otherwise, you could damage the unit. And take care not to bend or damage the delicate fins on the coil. Aluminum cooling fins on an air conditioner compressor must be straight for the unit to cool efficiently. If yours aren’t, here’s how to repair bent air conditioner compressor fins — it’s a Simple Solution to a common problem! While you’re cleaning and making minor repairs on the outdoor unit, go ahead and trim any shrubs or other plants around your air conditioner. This will prevent them from impeding airflow to and from the unit.

Your air conditioner’s internal connections are crucial to its operation. What you don’t know about them could hurt your pocketbook from inefficient cooling, so it’s important to check the outdoor unit’s wiring at least once a year. Old wiring inside AC unit.Look ‘under the hood’ of your A/C unit. With the condenser unit’s power turned off, remove its access panel and look for signs of overheating. For instance, this could include melted insulation on wires and blackened or burned-looking wires. Also, go ahead and check any electrical connections to make sure they are tight. If you own an electrical test meter, you can check the unit’s capacitors. If you notice any problems and don’t feel comfortable correcting them yourself, call a local heating and air conditioning expert to do the work. Of course, if you’re just not comfortable checking these parts yourself, that’s OK! Ask your local HVAC professional to include this in your bi-annual checkup. American Standard condenser unit’s fan, seen from above Your AC’s fan blades may need replacing for optimal performance.

Your air conditioner can’t cool your home very well if the condenser unit’s fan blades are in poor shape. That’s why it’s important to know their condition. To do this, turn the power off to your air conditioner unit and check the fan mounted on top of the outside condenser unit to make sure it’s still in good shape. Replace the fan blades if there are any cracks or chips visible in one or more of the blades. You can purchase fan blades online from Amazon and air conditioner supply websites. But first, make sure the blades fit your condenser unit. Most online stores have a list of compatible systems or will prompt you to type in the condenser’s model number to make sure it’s a match. Also, if you have an older air conditioner unit, you may need to oil the fan motor bearings regularly. Of course, if you’re not comfortable with this type of maintenance, just ask your local HVAC professional to include this in your bi-annual checkup. American Standard representative visits with a married couple at their home Not comfortable performing air conditioner maintenance? No problem. Call a pro! They’ll be happy to help.

As a homeowner, you can tackle some routine air conditioner maintenance tasks. But you should leave technical assessments and repairs to properly trained, licensed professionals. If you’re uncomfortable with performing any of the items on the list below, never hesitate to call a professional. If you do handle some of the maintenance, always observe safety precautions. And, before you perform any work on your outdoor unit, shut down the power at your electrical box.