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Effortless rooftop packaged units installations

Streamline heating and cooling for your business, ensuring optimal efficiency and a comfortable environment for employees and customers.

Effortless climate control: your one-stop shop for rooftop HVAC installations

Take the guesswork out of heating and cooling your business with our comprehensive rooftop HVAC installation services. We offer a streamlined approach, expertly handling everything from initial consultation to system selection, installation, and ongoing maintenance. Our goal is to ensure your rooftop HVAC system runs efficiently, providing year-round comfort for your employees and customers without any hassle for you.

Maximise efficiency and comfort: top benefits of rooftop HVAC installations

Streamlined system design

Enhanced efficiency through streamlined system design

Compact footprint

Superior space optimisation with a compact footprint

Easy accessibility

Effortless rooftop unit maintenance

Certifications & accreditations

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

Recommended product

Daikin revolutionises rooftop HVAC with all-new customisable series

Unmatched Range

  • UATYA-BBAY1: High installation flexibility and easy servicing.
  • UATYA-BFC2Y1: Integrated fresh air for improved air quality.
  • UATYA-BFC3Y1: Integrated fresh air and extraction for over-pressure elimination and heat recovery.
  • UATYA-BRS4 (MTO only): Premium efficiency with plate heat recovery and bypass damper.

Enhanced Capacity

Increased capacity range up to 190 kW to handle larger projects with a smaller footprint.

Streamlined Efficiency

Inverter-driven compressors for reduced energy consumption.

Superior Durability

Double-skinned panels for long-lasting performance.

User-Friendly Control

Full-color touch display for intuitive operation.

Rooftop comfort: bringing year-round climate control to your home

Air Conditioner Install And AC Repair Service

Business as usual: rooftop HVAC solutions for commercial success

IT Department storage array server racks in a clean bright computer room at a company
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Modern Shopping Mall Architecture
Two couches in spacious hospital room
Air ventilation system on the ceiling in a large warehouse

cooling your space 

cooling your space 

cooling your space 

warming your heart 

warming your heart 

warming your heart 

Uncertain about rooftop HVAC?

Are rooftop units suitable for residential use?

While not as common as in commercial settings, rooftop HVAC systems can indeed be suitable for some residential applications. They are a good fit for larger homes, particularly those exceeding 3,500 square feet, or multi-unit dwellings where a single system can efficiently manage climate control across multiple units. However, it’s important to consult with an HVAC professional to assess your specific needs and determine if a rooftop unit is the most appropriate solution for your residential property.

What are the benefits of rooftop HVAC units?

Rooftop units boast several advantages that make them attractive options for both commercial and some residential applications. Here’s a breakdown of some key benefits:

  • Enhanced Efficiency: Rooftop units typically utilize a single, self-contained design that minimizes energy loss compared to traditional split systems with separate heating and cooling components. This translates to lower operating costs and a reduced environmental footprint.
  • Superior Space Optimization: Unlike ground-level HVAC systems that occupy valuable floor space, rooftop units are installed on your building’s roof. This compact footprint frees up crucial real estate that can be used for other purposes, maximizing usable space within your property.
  • Simplified Maintenance with Easy Accessibility: Located on a flat and open rooftop surface, rooftop units are readily accessible for technicians compared to ground-level systems that might be confined or require navigating through occupied areas. This Easy Accessibility feature allows for quicker and easier maintenance, reducing downtime and ensuring your HVAC system operates at peak performance throughout the year.

What are the different types of rooftop units available?

Rooftop units come in a variety of configurations to cater to diverse needs. Here’s a brief overview of some common types:

  • Package Units: These self-contained units combine heating and cooling functionalities within a single system.
  • Split Rooftop Units: Similar to traditional split systems, these units have separate heating and cooling components housed in individual casings on the rooftop.
  • Dedicated Rooftop Units: These units are designed for either heating or cooling purposes and can be combined to create a complete HVAC system.
  • Fresh Air Integration Units: These rooftop units incorporate features that allow for the introduction of fresh outdoor air, improving indoor air quality.

How much does a rooftop HVAC system cost?

The cost of a rooftop unit can vary depending on several factors, including:

  • Size and Capacity: Larger units with higher capacities will naturally be more expensive.
  • Desired Features: Features like fresh air integration or inverter-driven compressors will add to the overall cost.
  • Brand and Model: Different brands and models will have varying price points.

However, despite the initial investment, rooftop units can be a cost-effective option in the long run. Their efficiency translates to lower operating costs over time, and their durability ensures a longer lifespan compared to some other HVAC systems.

How long do rooftop units typically last?

With proper maintenance, rooftop units are built to last. They can have a lifespan of 15 to 20 years or even longer, depending on factors like usage, environment, and maintenance practices. Regular maintenance is crucial to ensure optimal performance, efficiency, and longevity of your rooftop unit.

Do I need a professional to install and maintain my rooftop unit?

Absolutely. Rooftop units are complex systems that require specialised knowledge and expertise for proper installation and maintenance. Hiring a qualified HVAC technician ensures your unit is installed correctly, operates at peak efficiency, and receives the necessary maintenance to maximise its lifespan and performance. They can also troubleshoot any issues that may arise and recommend the most appropriate course of action.

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