Carrier has applied commercial solutions for every type of building in every industry.

Applied products are the workhorses that provide heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to a specialized market of HVAC users, including hospitals, schools, manufacturing facilities, office complexes, shopping centers, and hotels.

If you run a large commercial building or complex, you need a powerful system that can maintain comfort over multiple floors or buildings.

Carrier offers innovative solutions that bring efficient, reliable heating and cooling to large commercial applications.

At Commercial Cooling Center, we work with licensed commercial Carrier dealers throughout Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and parts of Texas who can recommend HVAC options that are ideal for existing buildings and new construction.

Ask your local Carrier dealer about Carrier’s Weather series of applied commercial rooftop units (RTUs) that offer a choice of gas, electric, or hydronic heating and multi-stage cooling, with a wide range of features such as an integrated economizer, power exhaust, and dehumidification capabilities.

Another heating and cooling option, Carrier’s Aqua series of water-cooled and air-cooled chillers, install quickly and save time and money. The air-cooled chillers feature a compact, all-in-one package design with an optional built-in hydronics package. Some water-cooled units can reclaim heat energy that would otherwise be wasted, boosting efficiency.

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As a building owner or facility manager, you must consider the cost of unexpected downtime and the impact older, inefficient systems have on the bottom line. Keeping an aging chiller or RTU in service as long as possible will lead to ever-increasing service costs and the risk of breakdown and disruptions.

If you plan HVAC system replacement, you can focus on energy efficiency and cost savings opportunities and gain peace of mind in the process.

Our Commercial Cooling Center directory of Carrier dealers can help you find a local pro who will thoroughly evaluate your current HVAC system, from equipment life to performance and energy usage to maintenance costs.

Through careful assessment, you will discover what needs replacement and how much energy efficiency you will gain by installing new equipment. You will see immediate energy and cost savings.

Installing a new chiller, packaged unit, or air handler is a significant investment in your commercial property but pays off in terms of technology. A new HVAC system brings advanced features, such as Carrier’s SMART Service for chillers. This wireless remote data collection module delivers insight into chiller operating characteristics and trending data.

If you prefer to modernize your aging HVAC system rather than replace it, a Carrier professional can work with you on a retrofit. For example, variable frequency drives and digital controls can rejuvenate and upgrade your equipment, improving performance. Retrofits can help lower energy costs, minimize wear, and extend service life.

Carrier dealers service all brands of applied HVAC equipment. If you notice signs they need a closer look, contact your local Carrier expert to troubleshoot and diagnose potential problems.

Corrosion, clogged pipes, dirty cooling towers, and overheating, for example, are among the problems that can contribute to chiller malfunction. Air handlers can experience motor failure and obstructed airflow. Dirty coils, refrigerant leaks, and thermostat failure can lead to trouble for an RTU.

Your Carrier professional is available 24/7 to diagnose and repair your HVAC system. Rapid response means minimal disruption to employees, clients, or tenants.


Complex HVAC systems require attention to keep them in top condition and working at peak efficiency. Well-maintained equipment is less likely to break down. Preventative maintenance also extends the life of your heating and cooling system.

A Carrier expert can design a customized maintenance plan for the HVAC system in your commercial building.

Find an HVAC Expert Today

The Commercial Cooling Center directory is your source for licensed commercial dealers in Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and parts of Texas. To find an expert in RTUs, chillers, air handlers, and other commercial HVAC components near you, click-here.