Our commercial units provide comfort for your business. We provide smart, efficient, and reliable light commercial HVAC systems. Our affordable and energy-efficient commercial heating and cooling products are flexible for new construction or replacement application. While giving you a substantial return on your investments, this ensures visitors enjoy every minute in your space.
Our packaged rooftop commercial air conditioning units are powerful and built smarter with features to handle the most demanding light commercial applications.
A packaged rooftop unit contains all of the components found in a typical HVAC system. This includes: the compressor, evaporator coil, and condenser, heating unit, supply fan, exhaust fan and filter. All of these components are contained in a self-contained single packaged unit. In addition to lower installation costs, rooftop HVAC systems offer more options and versatility than others found on the market.
Benefits of Rooftop Commercial Units for Your Business

  • Flexibility: Rooftop HVAC systems are modular units. This means that you can add to it if you expand or redesign the space. Furthermore, you can distribute the modules in different locations on the roof, if needed, depending on the building’s heating and cooling load requirements. When a building has multiple rooftop units, you can tailor the temperature settings for specific areas and track their energy usage.
  • Less noise pollution: While many modern HVAC units are quieter than their predecessors, they still make a distinguishable noise. Roof-mounted commercial air conditioning systems are out of earshot, helping the building seem quieter.
  • Increased security: Ground level HVAC units are at risk of vandalism and theft for individual parts. Rooftop systems eliminate the conveniences that would-be wrongdoers seek.
  • Preserves valuable real estate around your business: Land is a commodity. Rooftop units have all the heating and cooling components in a single package. This setup frees up space so you can use it for more attractive features, such as landscaping, extra parking or future building expansions.
  • Minimize dirt and damage: Ground level HVAC systems are exposed to dirt, dust, organic debris and litter. Because of their elevated location, rooftop units tend to stay cleaner and safer from debris and accidental damage.
  • Power choices: Rooftop HVAC units run on natural gas or electricity.
  • Improved energy performance: Commercial rooftop HVAC systems come with energy-saving features or options that you can add to improve its performance. Those with variable air volume controls, for example, save energy by meeting airflow demands with matching fan speeds. Economizing controls, such as dampers, use the outside air to cool a building when outdoor temperatures permit. During the summer, thermal wheels, or energy recovery wheels, decrease the cooling system’s load by transferring the heat and humidity in the supply airstream to the cooler and drier airstream in the exhaust. By using programmable thermostats in the building, you can adjust HVAC system’s operation according to seasonal changes and occupancy schedules.
  • Ease of maintenance: Commercial rooftop heating and cooling units require professional maintenance at least once a year to reduce mechanical problems, ensure efficiency, and prevent unnecessary wear and tear. When a commercial building has rooftop HVAC units, a technician has easy access to all the modules. There is no need for the professional to search for individual units throughout the property. He also does not need to enter the building to repair or maintain the equipment. Keep in mind that if you do not perform basic maintenance tasks on a monthly or quarterly basis (e.g., change the filters, check for leaks or clean the fins), you may need professional maintenance services more often.