Forced air heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is the most common technology used in Canada to heat and cool buildings. Ongoing changes in legislation have required our industry to provide higher levels of efficiency from equipment while maintaining comfort levels, proper air delivery, and meeting building code ventilation requirements.
If you are looking for an upgrade to an existing commercial or institutional HVAC system - including furnaces, rooftop units, make-up air systems, exhaust systems or a heat recovery ventilation system - our HVAC professionals can analyse your system and propose changes.
Backed by skilled employees and products from two of the industry's finest companies - Trane and Viessmann - Magnum Mechanical is equipped to offer strategic solutions and quality installation for your commercial project.
There are many ways to implement hydronic heating in commercial buildings and many types of equipment to choose from, depending on the level of operating efficiency you require. At Magnum Mechanical, we have the expertise and experience in hydronic heating to evaluate your new project or existing building and design a system that will meet your needs, budget and schedule.
Besides having the highest operating efficiency (compared to conventional forced-air), hydronic heating provides the greatest level of comfort. With the ability to designate multiple zoning and thermostatic controls in individual offices/spaces, we will be able to help you meet the varied needs of your occupants.
With all of the many components required for hydronic heating (boilers, pumps, control valves, heat transfer units, multiple piping systems and integrated controls), and the complexity of the job, technicians at Magnum Mechanical strive to get the job done correctly the first time.
Regular maintenance of your building's mechanical equipment ensures top efficiency and helps you avoid costly breakdowns. Our technicians will service your equipment to manufacturer's specifications at regularly scheduled intervals, so that your commercial building maintains the highest standards of safety, durability and comfort. Commercial building components that should be scheduled for maintenance include:
- Roof-top Units
- Make-up Air Systems
- Boiler Systems
- Cross Connection Control
- Ventilation Systems
Commercial Systems Review
Is your commercial building more than twenty years old? If so, it's time to look at upgrading your mechanical system, including boilers, HVAC and plumbing. Improvements in equipment technology and piping design will lead to increased system efficiency, reduced energy costs and greater reliability.
Even newer systems can require significant improvements and occasional inspection. Magnum Mechanical can assess your present mechanical system and make recommendations for upgrades that can include renewable resource technologies such as solar (thermal and photovoltaic) and geo-thermal.