Condo Building Mechanical
TRI-AIR is committed to providing you not only with emergency 24/7 service and repair, but also proactive maintenance for all of your condo buildings HVAC needs.
Our team is dedicated to servicing Toronto and GTA condominiums with proactive HVAC maintenance on heat pumps, fan coils, cooling towers & chillers as well as boilers.
As TRI-AIR is well aware, or maintenance managers know, ensuring your condo HVAC systems are consistently functioning and running at peak performance is incredibly important to you.
Brad has extensive knowledge of building mechanical rooms and can provide your site and review your HVAC needs. He is also a licenced gas -fitter.
At TRI-AIR Systems we place a major focus on quality of repair service and client care and we are second to none in the GTA in these aspects. When it comes to condominium HVAC services, our expert technicians at TRI-AIR Systems can deliver the highest quality of repair service and client care.
How can we help to repair or maintain your condo buildings HVAC system?
Our technicians are highly trained in repair and maintenance for all of the major issues involving condo HVAC systems including but not limited to:
- Building mechanical maintenance
- Boilers – Heating & Domestic Hot Water (DHW)
- Make-Up Air Units (MUA/MAU)
- Heat pump maintenance
- Cooling Towers
- Garage CO Systems / Gas Detection
- Fan Coil maintenance
- Water booster pumps
- Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs)
As a family business with over 40 years experience in providing emergency service, repair, and proactive maintenance in the GTA, we’re committed to providing healthy air for all.
FREE Proactive Maintenance Proposal
TRI-AIR Systems offers a FREE NO OBLIGATION proactive maintenance proposal customized to the needs of your condo building – designed to save you money.
Emergency Condo Heating & Air Conditioning Repair
In addition to having a scheduled maintenance agreement, you will receive priority two-hour response time for any condo heating and air conditioning emergencies. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.