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Commercial and HVAC Rooftop Installations
Placing a unit on a rooftop can sometimes be challenging. Most of the time units are lifted by a crane and set in place. We also have experience using a helicopter to set large systems on hard to reach commercial buildings roof.
We strive to deliver the best option for your business in its heating and cooling needs. Please give AirTime a call to have one of our specialist come out and discuss the installation of your rooftop package system.
AirTime Heating and Cooling has earned a fine reputation for helping you select and install challenging rooftop HJVAC packaged units. We pride ourselves on creating comfortable and healthy indoor environments.
And you can have the peace of mind knowing that we're bonded, licensed and insured to protect the safety of our staff and clients.
 

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Our packaged rooftop commercial air conditioning units are powerful and built smarter with features to handle the most demanding light commercial applications.

  • Includes gas/electric, air conditioner or heat pump applications in 3- to 10-ton capacities, with horizontal and down flow capabilities in 12.5- to 25-ton capacities
  • All 3- to 10-ton models feature tubular heat exchangers with two different capacities for greater efficiency and versatility
  • Durable, dependable scroll compressors found in most of our 3-to 25-ton packaged units ensure our units last longer
  • A variety of motor and drive types and gas or electric capabilities offer unprecedented flexibility
  • Factory-installed options—including a stainless steel heat exchanger, smoke detectors, through-the-base electric and powered outlets, and ReliaTel™ Microprocessor controls—offer better reliability, faster installation and increased service capabilities
  • Highly customizable and easy to install
Our dealers have the dependability and expertise necessary to help system designers and building owners meet their budgetary and performance goals.
 

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quoting the job

what formula to use to mark up the equipment on a commercial rooftop job? i know that a peice of equipment that cost $12,000 cant be marked up the same as something that cost a few hundred dollars.
 
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