Carrier Launches Rooftop Selection App
Originally published: 08.28.12 by HVACR Business Staff
Carrier has introduced a new mobile app geared toward assisting customers with the selection of light commercial rooftop equipment. The Carrier Rooftops app is the first of its kind in the commercial heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) industry, the company said.
“As a leader in innovation and the development of energy-efficient products, Carrier is using the latest in mobile technology to help customers make informed decisions on commercial HVAC technology and products,” said Greg Alcorn, vice president, sales and marketing, Commercial Systems, Carrier.
The app enables customers to perform on-the-spot selection of rooftop units for replacement or new construction and estimate the potential energy savings that can be realized with Carrier Weather Series rooftop units.
Users can input an existing Carrier unit model number or the desired unit specifications and obtain the optimal Carrier model to meet those requirements. Once customers have selected the best solution for their application, they can enter their zip code and connect to a local distributor by phone, email or text message to obtain real-time pricing and delivery information.
The app is free and available for download at carrier.com, the Apple App Store and Google Play App Store for the iPad tablet, and iPhone and Android smart phones.
For more information: carrier.com
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