Sales and Installation of Commercial HVAC Systems – Minneapolis St. Paul, MN
As a leading commercial HVAC contractor in the Twin Cities area, our 25+ years of experience has shown us that no two business properties are the same. That’s why we take the time to carefully evaluate each situation in our consultations with building owners and managers. After determining the size of the building and area to be heated and cooled, along with the expectations of owners, we can recommend the ideal capacity that the HVAC system should have to handle Minnesota’s extreme weather. Then, we can present a range of brands and models of equipment that will meet those requirements. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we frequently recommend one of Carrier’s models, because we know that they provide outstanding service, offer excellent warranties, and have proven themselves over the years. In other cases, building owners have preferences for other brands of equipment. We can supply, install and service any system chosen by our customers, including Bryant, Lennox, Goodman, Trane, Rheem, Daikin and Ruud.
- What brands of rooftop HVAC equipment are popular in the Minneapolis area?
- How do you determine which packaged furnaces and air conditioners are the right choice?
- Can you supply and install the specific brand of equipment we prefer?
The total initial cost of a new or replacement rooftop air conditioner and furnace is important to our customers. Other issues to consider are efficiency, reputation and warranty terms. That’s why we quote prices for a range of equipment choices that will meet the requirements for each application. We present all information objectively and make recommendations, based on our experience with similar installations for a wide range of customers since 1991. The final choices are always made by our customers. Once a final selection is made, we bring in the equipment and our experienced installation team goes to work to install and configure the system professionally and precisely to match building codes and manufacturers’ specifications.
Packaged Rooftop Furnaces and Air Conditioners
For the most common types of commercial buildings in the Twin Cities metro area, HVAC requirements are met by the installation of a unitary, packaged system on the building’s roof. Gas heating and electric air conditioning are combined in a single package that connects to the building’s internal ductwork. Well-known manufacturers of this equipment include Carrier, Lennox, Bryant, Trane, Daikin, and others. These units can be seen on most buildings with flat roofs, including office buildings, strip mall retail centers, multi-residential buildings and warehouses. Operating almost unnoticed, these units keep building interiors at optimal temperatures year-round, despite Minnesota’s harsh winters and steamy, humid summers. As a leading commercial HVAC company in the Twin Cities, we have been supplying, installing and providing outstanding maintenance and repair services for these products for more than a quarter of a century.
Ground-Mounted Packaged HVAC Systems
Not all buildings used for commercial purposes are designed with flat roofs and air duct systems above ceilings. In many cases, they are designed to have their HVAC systems mounted at ground level and connected to ductwork in the basement. Installation pads for this equipment may be located on the side or rear of the building, and are often enclosed by a fence or wall. In almost all cases, the same packaged, unitary systems that are generally mounted on rooftops can also be configured for ground-mounted use. Where this is the case, our consultants will work with you to select the models that include configuration options to suit these applications. All manufacturers make such equipment in the full range of capacities needed for small to midsize buildings. Apartment buildings, senior living facilities, churches, schools and medical clinics are often in this category.
Unit Heating Equipment
Some commercial buildings are designed with high-ceilings and include wide, high doors that allow frequent traffic in and out of their interior space. Some auto and truck repair shops, warehouses, factory and assemble buildings, and distribution centers may not have the needed ductwork for centralized heating. Often, heating for these buildings is supplied by gas-fired unit heaters that are mounted on or suspended from the lofty ceilings typical of these buildings. Our Minneapolis commercial heating and air conditioning company supplies a complete line of Reznor unit heater models to meet such requirements. We will be happy to work with you to design and install a heating system based on Reznor equipment.
Ductless Mini-Split AC and Heat Pump Systems
Many commercial buildings lack central air ducts, making it difficult to heat or cool with rooftop furnaces and air conditioners. Our resourceful and creative commercial HVAC company has installed affordable, high-efficiency ductless AC and heat pump equipment to help our customers meet those challenges for interior spaces that are difficult to handle with traditional rooftop equipment. For large open spaces like churches and auditoriums and for selective heating and cooling for interior enclosed areas, along with cooling for buildings that use hot water or steam heating, we can assist building owners in solving some of the most difficult challenges. If a building you own or manage fits those descriptions, we encourage you to contact us for a consultation and price quote on a high-efficiency, affordable ductless air conditioning and heating solution.
Full-Service Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning Company
Our quarter-century record of innovative, creative solutions for commercial HVAC needs has given us the experience needed to find ideal products for the complete range of commercial buildings and businesses locating throughout the seven-county Twin Cities metro area. Our talented, experienced consultants are always eager to find the top-quality equipment each customer needs. We can supply any choice of products quickly and at great competitive pricing. Our expert technicians work efficiently on every installation to meet the most stringent building codes and manufacturer’s requirements for both new and replacement installations. Our team of highly trained, seasoned repair and maintenance technicians have extensive experience with all brands and have state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and access to parts for all major brands. One call to us it the key to top-quality competitive sales, installation and maintenance for your HVAC needs.
Trusted Minnesota Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Contractor
We know that you can choose from among many companies throughout the Minneapolis St. Paul metro area when you need HVAC equipment, installation and service. When you call on us, you can rely on our award-winning service in all areas, along with our 30+ years of providing complete satisfaction to countless thousands of customers, from Bloomington, Plymouth and Maple Grove to Woodbury, Cottage Grove and Oakdale. From consultations and sales of a full range of equipment and fast, efficient installation services to complete maintenance and repair of commercial gas furnaces and electric air conditioners of all major brands, we are a one-stop solution. We invite you to contact us to discuss any aspect of your commercial heating and cooling requirements. We look forward to showing you the quality, performance and competitive pricing that sets us above the rest. Our entire team is dedicating to proving our excellence on every job.