Rooftop HVAC Units


MDi HVAC & Plumbing, LLC has experience installing and maintaining both packaged units and split systems.  Our technicians are factory-trained in industry-standard best practices when installing rooftop HVAC units.

Commercial rooftop HVAC units can range from 2-ton units to over 40-ton units, depending upon the application.  They are available in gas and electric, plus they can be used as an air conditioner and heat pump for the greatest efficiency and versatility.  These units offer long lasting compressors and heat exchangers to guarantee maximum up-time.

MDi HVAC & Plumbing, LLC offers a comprehensive Commercial Maintenance Agreement that is available on all rooftop HVAC units, whether we installed them or not.  Rooftop HVAC systems are built to provide years of service, but constant exposure to sun, wind, and extreme temperatures can take a toll. Having the equipment checked periodically, even if it seems to be operating smoothly, can catch small problems before they become expensive headaches.

Marr Development Rooftop HVAC Systems
Marr Development Rooftop HVAC Systems

Greater Flexibility

Commercial rooftop HVAC systems gives you flexibility to add capacity if you expand your facility, add tenants, or redesign the space. Plus, if you decide that you need to redistribute airflow to meet new or changed cooling and heating needs, we can move the nodes around to make all areas comfortable. We can also tailor the temperature settings on the various nodes to meet specialty needs of certain areas of the building.

Easier Maintenance

Commercial rooftop HVAC systems allow for convenience when it comes to maintenance. Service Technicians can perform routine maintenance or even repairs out of sight and out of mind. You won’t have to miss any days conducting business because the tech doesn’t even need to enter the building.

Reduced Noise

HVAC Systems built for commercial use have to be very, very strong. And this often means they also have to be very, very big, and extremely noisy as a consequence. A commercial rooftop HVAC system is completely out of earshot of you, your employees, and your customers.

Better Safety & Cleanliness

Ground level HVAC systems are exposed to dirt, dust, organic debris and litter. Because of their elevated location, rooftop HVAC units tend to stay cleaner and safer from debris. Rooftop HVAC units also greatly decrease the risk of vandalism and theft of individual parts.

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At MDi HVAC & Plumbing, LLC, we understand that businesses can’t afford to have their HVAC systems go down. Losing heat in the winter and cooling in the summer can make the indoor environment unbearable for your workers and customers. If you’re looking to upgrade from an aged commercial unit, want to install a new system, or need maintenance or repairs, call on us at MDi HVAC & Plumbing, LLC.