Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Mississauga homeowners have planned for their Heating & Air Conditioning projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 89 Heating & Air Conditioning projects posted by homeowners in Mississauga seeking the services of local HVAC Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $1,034,000.00 with a per project average of $11,617.00.
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Home repair problems include the following:
- leaky dishwasher and fridge in kitchen: lots of water on the kitchen floor - appliances are 8 years old
- main floor toilet tank does not fill up with water after flushing; the water constantly run from the tank to the bowl
- when the heat is on there is a loud mechanical cranking sound, I was told this may be an issue with the circulation pump
- The switch on the thermostat no longer controls the AC operation. The main breaker is currently used to turn the central air on and off since the temperature cannot be controlled using the thermostat
My home was built in 2002. Please contact me ASAP with a quote. I am interested in having the work completed now. Ideally, I would like to receive a few quotes on Friday September 10, select the company on Saturday and make arrangements for the work to be completed before September 17, 2010. Thank you.
I am looking for a contractor that has experience in installing and modifying residential HVAC ducts. The builder ran the main HVAC duct (rectangular section about 36 in x 18 in) too far from the main beam supporting the house and it is taking too much of the head space in the basement. I want to move that duct right next to the main beam to get more space in the main room in the basement. The basement is not finished.
We want one or two of these put on our roof to improve heat exchange in our small data centre. If something like this is not available or costs too much we would also be interested in simply a vent in our roof or candy cane shaped exhaust in order to prevent any moisture coming into the building and to allow hot air to leave the building. Our roof is 22 feet high in an light industrial environment. We have positive air pressure in the room at all times. So regardless a 2 sq. foot opening to allow hot air to naturally rise and flow out of the building will help out our cooling situation and cost.
We have a very small budget for this. Please get back to me as soon as possible because we are entertaining other quotes over the next 2 weeks then making a decision on vendor. If you would like to come see the site please let me know a convenient time and I will schedule according.
Please note that our facility is unmarked for security and you will require an appointment and to show government issued ID as well as sign a non disclosure when you come on site.
We are a dental office in south Mississauga in an old but spacious strip plaza and have restaurants on both sides now! When they fry, we smell it. And we smell is so much that our eyes water. Patients have also remarked about it, but staff is really suffering now as we spend almost 8 hours inside. We rent here as do everyone else. The landlord's HVAC company could not find a solution. No, our ducts are not shared with any other business on either side. We have a six ton independent rooftop unit, a Trane that is only 3 years old. We have a drop ceiling in 50% of the office and drywall ceiling in the rest. Our returns open into the plenum, but our returns are not ducted. The smell issue is exaggerated during the winter months, and especially when our unit fan is not running as the temperature setting has been met. If we open our front door and back door for a few minutes, the smell reduces dramatically, but not a practical solution as cold air then gets in. During the summer, both restaurants seem to keep their back doors open and the air pressure inside our unit is higher due to the A/C so no smoke smell seeps in (has this happened to anyone else?). We need a reliable and professional HVAC contractor who can find and fix the leak between the units, or if not, find another appropriate solution. We need a solution to this and soon.
I would like to have a ductless a/c heat pump installed in a one story townhouse on the upper floor (2nd floor with easy access to attic) It is approximately 1200 sq ft with 2 bedrooms, so I will probably need 4 or 5 splitters. I am looking for a reputable equipment such as Mitsubishi or LG, that would work well in a winter as well
Looking to replace my old furnace with one that is AFUE rated at 95% or better, ideally 2 stage?
also uncertain that the existing furnase was properly rated for my home. Likely would require a load test to be certain furnace replacement is adequate.
In addition I would also be looking at replacing the AC unit provided the cost was right.to something with a better seer rating.
Unfortunately our builder installed our furnace right in the middle of our basement. One of the main ducts (sorry don't know the technical term/name) runs straight through one of the basement room ceilings.
We would like to have this duct repositioned as this would open a lot of room and would make framing that room easier.
I've attached pictures of the duct from the furnace.
We would like to receive some quick estimates/quotes within the next few days. Please let me know if you have any further questions.
We are looking for someone that can either do all of the following projects or only a few. Our house is approximately 2200 square feet, raised bungalo.
1. clean furnace
2. clean vents
3. check ac
4. clean wood burning chimney shoot
5. this item doesnt really go with the others, however we are also looking for someone who can disconnect an existing gas line to an outdoor bbq so that we can remove the bbq.
Thank you, Christian.
Short story is I need someone to fish into my air duct and desnag the line I messed up and got stuck in there. Preferably with one of those snakey cameras to ensure the duct is cleared.
So this is embarrassing but I read online that you can run lines through air ducts by attaching a bag to the end of a line of twine and blowing into the duct with a leafblower. My ducts turned out to be much more twisty turny that I thought, when I realised I had no idea where my line was actually going to I went to pull it out, it didn't come out all the way and is now just stuck.
Please help asap, I'd think this should be a real quick job for a pro.
We are in the middle of renovating the basement area for a home theater. The basement is unfinished, and we need the services of an HVAC specialist that understands sound-proofing. We would like to seal the room for sound-proofing, so that sound doesn't travel to other parts of the home.
We would like to discuss the possibility of having some HVAC output vents sound-proofed (i.e. putting flexible vent tubing), as well as addressing an HVAC return vent at the back of the room.
There may be some requirement to relocate some of the pipes and vents.
I would like to consult w/ a technician ASAP (Thursday, I am free all day for an onsite visit), as I would like work to commence almost immediately.
We had additional ducting installed to reach a second floor addition. Previously, the second floor was using electric heat. The original part of the house (first floor and basement) was on forced air. The second floor addition consists of 3 large bedrooms.
The second floor duct work has very weak airflow. The original contractor is unable to remedy this.
I am only looking for HVAC design drawings at this point by a licenced and reputable engineer utilizing as much of the existing duct work as possible.
Since we had a bad experience with the previous contractor, the successful candidate will be the one that is able to prove their qualifications and can provide a number of positive third party reviews.
The house is approximately 2200 sq ft located near 427/Finch on the Mississauga (Malton) side.
I will then use these drawings to solicit quotes from HVAC contractors.
Max budget is $600.
I would like the following equipment installed and tested with all necessary materials:
1) NTI TFT 110 Boiler
2) NTI S50 Indirect Water Tank
3) HEZ-70/71 Hi-Velocity Air Handler
4) AC Refrigerant Cooling Coil with TXV valve
I would also like to have the contractor return the old rental equipment returned to rental company as part of the quotation.
I have no issues with a quotation that includes the above equipment as well but I would like a breakdown between the equipment and installations + materials portion. That would make it easier to decide to stick to the whole quote or just the installation and materials only. This is because I can obtain the equipment directly if required from my own supplier.
We are looking for someone to provide preventative maintenance and emergency services to our HVAC at 4 locations. The equipment to be maintained is:
- York D7CG048N07958A (3 units)
- York D7CG060N09958A (2 units)
- Fedder CEE024A78 (1 unit)
- Goodman GPG1030071H (1 unit)
The successful contractor will need to provide us with:
3 references (work completed in the last 6 months)
your business license number
copy of insurance showing no less than $2,000,000 comprehensive general liability
copy of WSIB certificate of the parties carrying out the work
We will not consider any responses that do not explicitly state that you are able to meet these requirements.
If you are interested, please contact me and let me know:
- minimum charge
- hourly rate
- the unit of time charged (i.e, hourly, 15 minute, etc.)
Looking for a certified and licensed HVAC installer to do some ductwork relocating in the basement and some minor repairs as noted. We have to do some structural reframing to the load bearing wall as we are getting the basement refinished. Need the upper ductwork which is in the way of the new opening to be moved over about 2 to 3' or so... and some minor repair of some damaged ductwork as shown in the attached pics. Let me know what you could do, your lead time, etc... and maybe some budgets as well for the various tasks as seen.... We can allow viewing mid week next week to the top few selected and we will take it from there. Thanks for your time.
Furnace and AC which includes remove and dispose of old fumace, air conditioning and thermostat units, Install new high efficiency, Energy Star rated furnace of 95% efficiency or better to fit house requirements, Ensure condensation is drained appropriately, from furnace Install new Energy Star AC unit to fit house requirements, Install all related components including a new thermostat and cleaning and removing of all waste materials resulting from the renovation away from property. Furnace, AC Unit and thermostat to be selected and supplied by contractor
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I have an existing 8x8 supply line that I need to have modified so that it does not interfere with the door entrance. As seen in the photos, the duct changes elevation too soon instead of doing so after the doorway. I need to have it slightly extended and then turn in to the main supply plenum.
30+ year old house has no external duct in the kitchen, need to install duct to outside for 500 CFM kitchen exhaust. Stove is installed inside wall and need to run the duct throught the side wall or roof if possible. Concern is to make sure that the hole drilled on the exterior wall is sealed properly.
Highly skilled HVAC subcontractor wanted.
We are seeking a highly qualified HVAC subcontractor to join our team of professionals in Peel Region. We offer year-round work, competitive labour rates, an established sales force, and the opportunity to work with a knowledgeable staff.
No selling on your part. Jobs are sold and ready for immediate work.
Please contact Remon.
Living in a 1000-1100 sqft townhouse. Two stories and a basement [See layout attached].
Currently heating is through Electric Baseboards and no Air Conditioning.
Looking to get HVAC installed with complete duct work.
Furnace: At least 96% Efficiency.
AC : At least 16 seers and 2.0 Tons.
Rebate: As applicable [Currently its $2100]
Need to get this done asap. Please quote.
I am looking to replace our GCS16 roof top unit. The unit is 15 yrs old and the heat exchanger is showing signs of rust and we are looking to replace the unit. We have been told that this particular exchanger has been discontinued. It has been recommended that we replace the unit with a Lennox KGA-60-5-ton rooftop heating cooling unit with an ecominizer.
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