Condo Heat Pump Repair, Heat Pump Installation, Maintenance & Replacement in Toronto GTA Ontario. Condominium HVAC Services.

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Commodore Group is a commercial HVAC contractors, we provides Condominium Heat Pump Repair, Maintenance, Installation & Replacement Services for condo owners and building managers in the greater Toronto area in Ontario. It’s the condo owner responsibly to arrange for emergency heat pump repair in in his condo as the condominium heat pump belongs to the owner not the building management, although they are part of a larger system that’s control the heating and cooling of the condominium building, usually done by a water cooled or air-cooled chillers on the roof of the condominium building. We have a dedicated and licensed HVAC technicians for servicing & Troubleshooting All Types of condominium Heat Pump Systems & heat pumps repairs for the High Rise Buildings. Some of our condo heat pump repair, installation and replacement services are:

  • Condo Heat Pump System Inspection & Report
  • Water Source Heat Pump Repair Services
  • Condo Heat Pump Annual Maintenance
  • Condo Heat Pump Retrofit & Upgrade
  • Condo Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
  • Condo Heat Pump Parts & Warranty
  • High Rise Vertical & Horizontal Water Source Heat Pump Systems
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Condo Heat Pump Repair, Installation & Replacement Services

Condominium HVAC Services in Toronto GTA Ontario
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Condo Heat Pump Repair, Installation & Replacement Services

Condominium HVAC Services in Toronto GTA Ontario
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Condo Heat Pump Repair, Installation & Replacement Services

Condominium HVAC Services in Toronto GTA Ontario
Condo Heat Pump Repair, Heat Pump Installation, Maintenance & Replacement in Toronto GTA Ontario. Condominium HVAC Services.

High Rise Condominium HVAC Services

Free Estimate Condo Heat Pump Replacement in Toronto GTA Ontario

We Are Certified High Rise Condominium HVAC Contractors Servicing Residential Commercial and Industrial Areas. We Will Provide You with A Free Estimate for Any New Condo HVAC Project in Toronto GTA Ontario.

Whalen & Omega Condo Heat Pump Services

Condominium Heat Pump Installation, Repair & Replacement Services in GTA Ontario

Commodore group condominium HVAC services offers High Rise Condominium Heat Pump repair & Installation Services in Toronto area, Ontario. We service many brands of the condominium heat pumps, but the main brands in Toronto are OMEGA & WHALEN Heat Pumps. Basically they are water source heat pumps that requires cooling towers, they are part of a larger HVAC system which involve many other components in the condominium building, usually condominium HVAC systems, requires, cooling towers, risers, valves, drainage and pumps & controls, the responsibility for repair and service of the heat pump itself is the owner of the condo, while other parts of the larger condominium HVAC system is the building operator, bellow is a list of the condominium heat pump brands that we service & install in Toronto area Ontario;

  • Whalen Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Omega Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Innkeeper & Space Keeper Bulldog Condo Heat Pump
  • Daikin Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Skymark International Condo Heat Pump
  • Johnson Control Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Carrier Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Climate Master Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • MaQuay Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • Singer Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
  • UNILUX Condo Heat Pump Installation & Repair
Water Source Heat Pump Installation & Repair

Water Source Heat Pump Installation & Repair

Condo Heat Pump Repair, Maintenance & Installation in Toronto GTA ON

We provide on site Condo Heat Pump repair, if the problem requires compressor or mechanical parts to be replaced, we have to remove the heat pump unit & take it for off site repair, most heat pumps are having problems of leaking Freon, defective compressor, defective reverse valves, or draining system problem, if the problem in your heat pump is wiring or control, its possible to repair it in site, we also provide a replacement for your apartment heat pump , & sometimes a match for your heat pump if its discontinued.

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24/7 Emergency Condominium Heat Pump Repair Services

24-Hour Emergency Condo Heat Pump Repair Services in Toronto GTA Ontario

We Are Certified High Rise Condominium HVAC Contractors Servicing Residential Commercial and Industrial Areas. We Will Provide You with A Free Estimate for Any New Condo HVAC Project Work in Toronto GTA Ontario.

FAQs: Heat Pump Repair & Installation Services

Some answers for the most common questions about heat pumps repair and installations

A heat pump is part of a heating and cooling system, it can cool your condo, but it’s also capable of providing heat. In cooler months, a heat pump pulls heat from the cold outdoor air and transfers it indoors, and in warmer months, it pulls heat out of indoor air to cool your condo. They are powered by electricity and transfer heat using refrigerant to provide comfort all year round. Rejecting heat or cold in your condo is done by utilizing a water loop supplied by the building main HVAC system, this water loop must maintain a constant temp and flow for the heat pump to work efficiently, in some cases a condominium heat pump may fail to work because of the building supplied water temp or flow.

Condo Heat pumps can last 10 to 20 years, depending on usage frequency, though 15 is average. Functionally, heat pumps are similar to air conditioners, but because they can provide both heating and cooling, they are typically used longer each year.

Most heat pumps require two to three gallons per minute of source water flow per ton (12,000 Btu/hr.) of heating capacity. A typical residential system demands between six and 12 gallons per minute of sustained water flow whenever it’s operating

Cost of a Heat Pump Replacement. The cost of a condo heat pump replacement can range between $4,500 – $6,500. This range accounts for the cost of the equipment, labor and other fees. This range also covers a variety of system sizes and levels of sophistication, including variable-capacity heat pump systems.

Heat pumps require some electricity to run, but it’s a relatively small amount. Modern heat pump systems can transfer three or four times more thermal energy in the form of heat than they consume in electrical energy to do this work.

Under ideal conditions, a heat pump can transfer 300 percent more energy than it consumes. In contrast, a high-efficiency gas furnace is about 95 percent efficient. Heat pumps are powered by electricity, so you can save substantially on fuel consumption.

A water source heat pump has the following components: Compressor. 4-Way Reversing valve. Refrigerant-Water Heat Exchanger.

Condo Heat pumps work by running a low-temperature, lower pressure refrigerant fluid in heat exchanger coils through a heat source, such as the outside air, the ground, or circulating water.

Restricted Waterflow/a dirty coil will cause high head pressure, the same way that a dirty outdoor coil will cause high head pressure in cooling mode. Be sure to also check filters and make sure that register grilles have not been closed off in certain rooms. Take pressure readings at all three ports on the outdoor unit.

Traditional air source heat pumps get their heat from the air outside, as even relatively cold air actually contains a substantial amount of heat. … Water source heat pumps, on the other hand, work on basically the same principle as air source heat pumps, but they extract heat from a body of water rather than the air

Low Refrigerant Levels — Low refrigerant levels are typically caused by leaks in the refrigerant lines. Low refrigerant levels make the compressor work hard just to pump enough refrigerant through the AC unit, which, as you may have guessed, can lead to compressor failure

As a rule of thumb you should clean these every 8 to 12 weeks depending on how often you use your condo heat pump. It is a very easy process and something you can do yourself. To clean your filters you will need to open the front panel of the indoor unit and remove the filters.

There are three main things that can cause a reversing valve to malfunction: The valve is stuck in the heating or cooling position. The coil is defective. The valve is leaking internally.

Simple in design, a WSHP rejects heat in the cooling cycle through a Cooling Tower loop. The water loop is piped through a building and each Heat Pump is connected individually. … These systems can also heat the spaces they serve by injecting heat into the water loop rather than rejecting it during a cooling cycle.

A WSHP is a type of heat pump that operates by rejecting heat to a water-pipe system (or water loop) during the summer or by absorbing heat from the same water loop during the winter. If multiple units of WSHPs are installed, they can all be serviced by a common water-loop system (or header)

Heat pumps come with a condensate pan to catch normal condensation as it forms in the unit. The condensation drips out of the system through a drain line. If your drain line is clogged, or your overflow pan is misaligned, water may start to leak out.

One of the most common problems that can develop with a reversing valve is that is can get stuck. It may become stuck in a specific mode or in between modes.

Note the following signs that can signal that your heat pump is low on refrigerant: leaking, icing, and inefficient performance.

  1. Leaking Heat Pump. Even though a heat pump uses refrigerant to cool or heat a home, the refrigerant doesn’t dissipate during regular operation. …
  2. Icing. …
  3. Inefficient Performance.

When a leak occurs, and the refrigerant levels are low, it shows a disruption in the cooling process. … When you turn off your heat pump, the ice on the coils begin to melt in the process, and that is where the leaking water is coming from. These leaks form pools and puddles around your heat pump.