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Rental Solutions

Rental Solutions

Reliable equipment meets temporary HVAC equipment needs

It’s essential that critical services have a backup plan. From emergency needs to contingency planning, Johnson Controls can meet any HVAC rental equipment need. 

We manage an extensive array of YORK® rental equipment, including air- and water-cooled chillers, air handlers and packaged A/C units. Renting directly from the original equipment manufacturer assures that the equipment is available at the best prices, skillfully maintained and expertly installed.

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  • Rental products include process and centrifugal chillers, cooling towers, rooftop units, temporary power/distributed energy and more
  • Equipment includes high-efficiency VFDs, CFC-free refrigerants, single-point electrical connections, with optional remote monitoring
  • Basic rental package provides ancillary supplies, such as hose, cable and fittings designed for a timely and cost-effective installation
  • Seasonal rentals help avoid purchasing equipment that sits idle when not in use
  • Flexible financing options include leasing and rent-to-own plans
  • Mission-critical services performed by trained technical experts assures proper assessment, installation, setup, commissioning, controls integration and ongoing maintenance
  • Equipment is strategically located throughout the U.S. and Canada with the backing of a global organization to support multiple locations and provide consistency
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Call 888-524-7685 

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