Rooftop Packaged HVAC Systems

Installing a rooftop packaged heating and AC system is one solution to provide ample cooling and heating for commercial buildings. These systems are designed to contain all of the components of an HVAC system and work effectively year round to provide comfort control.

Rooftop Packaged Heating and AC System Installation

If you are interested in having a new rooftop unit installed in your building, the first things to consider are the size of that system, the relative efficiency ratings and the features it will provide.

Rooftop units provide between 1.5 and 160 tons of cooling and heating capacity, meaning they can meet the needs of almost any sized building. While a residential space will rarely need more than 3 tons of capacity for a 2,500 square foot building, commercial spaces may need a much larger system. There are many options available for those situations.

You must also determine the SEER rating of the air conditioner, the HSPF rating of the heat pump and the AFUE rating if you choose a rooftop unit with a gas furnace. From this, we will be able to determine how much energy is consumed by your rooftop unit to heat and cool the space in your building each year, and while higher ratings cost more up front, they can greatly reduce your future bills.

Rooftop Packaged Heating and AC System Maintenance and Repair

Once your new packaged system is installed, you need someone to tune up the system on a regular basis. Such maintenance visits ensure the system continues to work properly for years to come, therefore reducing the need for unnecessary repairs. This will help ensure your system keeps operating properly throughout the hottest days of summer and coldest days of winter and will allow you to make necessary repairs and upgrades before they become larger problems.

We provide 24/7 repairs for any commercial system such as a rooftop packaged system.

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