How Much Rooftop HVAC Systems & Services Cost – Minneapolis St. Paul, MN
Discounts on New Installation
- $1,000 OFF – a New Rooftop Unit Installation.
- Choose from Carrier, Bryant or Lennox models.
There’s no question about it. A new heating, ventilation and cooling system for any commercial building is a major investment. In Minnesota, it’s impossible to do business without heating during our frigid winter weather or without air conditioning during humid summer days. There’s no getting around the need for efficient, reliable heating and air conditioning equipment. Over the years, the first question the experienced consultants from our commercial rooftop HVAC company in Minneapolis hear from almost every customer is “How much is this going to cost?” As much as we’d like to be able to answer that question with a solid number, that’s impossible, since every building has its unique requirements. What we can do, however, is provide a guide to help you understand what factors affect the price. After consulting with you, we’ll be able to give you accurate, all-inclusive price quotes for a range of systems that match your needs.
- How much will a new rooftop packaged system cost?
- How can I save on the cost of a replacement installation?
- What factors affect annual costs of operations and maintenance?
System Capacity Is the Number One Factor
Depending on the size of your building, you’ll need a system capable of handling its heating and cooling requirements throughout the year. We supply and install rooftop and ground-mounted unitary furnaces and air conditioners in capacities ranging from 2 to 25 tons. The size you need will depend on the building’s total interior area, building design, and other factors. Naturally, larger capacities come at a higher price. However, the capacity needs to be the right fit for even and efficient comfort. That’s why we very carefully evaluate your building and perform calculations to determine the optimal capacity.
Brand and Model Selection Affects the Price
You probably recognize Carrier, Trane, Daikin, Bryant Goodman and Lennox as manufacturers of commercial HVAC equipment. Each of those manufacturers offers a range of rooftop furnaces and air conditioners in capacities that match your building’s specifications. They also produce more than one model line, each with specific features, efficiency ratings, controls and designs. Once you know the required capacity, you can compare prices among various brands and models. Other factors, such as warranty periods, reputation, and availability may also be factors in your choice. As a full-service commercial HVAC contractor in the Twin Cities, we can supply any equipment you select, and will give you accurate price quotes and other information on a range of equipment that suits your application.
System Efficiency Affects Installation Cost
High-efficiency rooftop packaged systems cost more than standard-efficiency units, due to additional equipment and technologically advanced components. However, that increased cost can be offset by lower operating and energy costs. The real value of any rooftop heating and cooling equipment is be measured by total cost of ownership. We’ll be happy to help you compare estimated annual operating costs for a range of suitable systems so you can do the math for yourself and make informed decisions. Many factors go into this decision, so we provide the cost and value information and leave the choices up to you.
Installation Affects the Total Price
Installing a new rooftop mechanical system is a big job, whether it’s for a new building or a replacement system. In many cases, a crane is required to place the large, heavy unit on the roof and modifications may be required for replacement systems. Installation costs will be roughly the same for any brand of equipment, but the actual costs depend on the complexity of the job. Installation of accessory equipment, such as economizers, and installation or modification of ductwork and control systems may add to the total final price. The efficiency and expertise of our experienced installation team help to keep these costs as low as possible. In our price quotes, we’ll give you an accurate estimate. Our installations are always competitively priced in the Twin Cities area.
Preventive Maintenance and Repair
Like all mechanical systems, rooftop packaged furnaces and air conditioners require regular service and maintenance at intervals recommended by manufacturers. We offer affordable scheduled maintenance plans that give you peace of mind. Without regular preventive maintenance, issues that can develop go unnoticed and can lead to expensive repairs. In addition, downtime has an immediate negative affect on employee productivity and customer comfort. Both can be costly. Throughout the lifespan, occasional problems may occur that require repairs. Efficient, cost-effective diagnosis and repairs, done in a timely way, are always available from our experienced, highly trained technicians for all major brands.
Our Twin Cities Commercial HVAC Company Ensures High Value
Which company you choose to meet your commercial heating and cooling needs can make a definite difference in the cost and overall value of your investment. Providing solid value to every customer is an important priority for us. Through objective information on a broad range of equipment, efficient installations, ideal preventive maintenance programs and more, we strive to help our customers realize maximum savings by focusing on quality and performance. Call us today for a free consultation and we’ll show you how we can help you make the smart choices that benefit your bottom line over time.
We’re proud to serve commercial clients throughout the Minneapolis St. Paul metro area. Our service area includes both Minneapolis and St. Paul and every community surrounding them. In Hennepin County suburbs from Bloomington, Champlin and St. Louis Park to Minnetonka, Plymouth, Edina, Eden Prairie and many more, we’re your local contractor. In Ramsey County, we have an extensive list of satisfied customers in cities ranging from White Bear Lake, Roseville, Little Canada and Maplewood to New Brighton, North St. Paul, Shoreview and Arden Hills. We serve Dakota County business centers like Burnsville, Eagan, Lakeville, South St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights and many others. Our many customers in Carver and Scott Counties do business in Chaska, Chanhassen, Waconia, Prior Lake, Savage, New Prague and many other communities. In Anoka county, you’ll see our trucks in Blane, Coon Rapids, Ramsey, Centerville, and Andover, among others. Count on us, too, for full service in Washington County, from Forest Lake, Ham Lake, Hugo and Lake Elmo to Woodbury, Mahtomedi, Oakdale and Stillwater.