Air Quality and Comfort

Maintenance Minute - Condensation

Maintenance Minute - ERV Filter

Maintenance Minute - Fancoil Image

Thermostat Maintenance Minute Image

Condensation on Windows

Now that the colder temperatures of winter have finally arrived, you may have noticed water droplets forming on your windows.   If you’re wondering where that moisture comes from and what you should do about it, this Maintenance Minute® video has some advice that every homeowner should know, from explaining what condensation is, to how to minimize it in your home.

How to Maintain Your ERV Filter

An an easy step by step guide on how to maintain your ERV filters, including tips on how often the filters should be cleaned and how to clean them properly.

How to Change Your Fancoil Filter

Want better air quality? This Tridel Maintenance Minute® will give you important information on how and when to change your fancoil filter for better air quality and performance.

How to Use Your Thermostat

Ever wondered why your thermostat is set at one temperature but your suite doesn’t seem to actually reach that temperature? Have you noticed that your fancoil or heating unit turns on and off but you’re not sure why? Confused on how to program your thermostat to turn down temperatures down during the day while heating up at night automatically, to help you conserve energy?

Energy Recovery Ventilator Maintenance

Your Energy Recovery Ventilator or ERV is an integral part of your home’s ventilation design. This new and innovative system provides state-of-the-art performance in high-rise residential condominiums. Simply put, your ERV allows better air quality by the delivery of fresh air directly into your home, while recovering 60% – 70% of the energy of your outgoing air.

Condensation Causes & Cures

A significant part of the maintenance of your new home is ensuring that you create a balance of moisture content within the environment. It’s also important to be informed on the effects of too much and too little condensation. Extremes can cause potential damage to hardwood floors, wooden furniture and even artwork.

Centralized Exhaust Ventilator

Your Centralized Exhaust System is an integral part of your home’s ventilation design. This new and innovative system delivers fresh air directly to your building while recovering 60% to 70% of the energy of your outgoing air. Your system continuously exchanges the air in your home, exhausting stale air and pollutants from the bathrooms and delivering fresh air into your home improving your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

Integrated Fancoil Unit

Your Energy Recovery Ventilator Core or ERV is an integral part of your home’s ventilation design. This new and innovative system provides state-of-the-art performance in high-rise residential condominiums. Simply put, your ERV allows better air quality by the delivery of fresh air directly into your home, while recovering 60% – 70% of the energy of your outgoing air.