Carrier Rental Systems
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Construction

Flexible Rental Solutions from Carrier. Temporary liquid chillers, air conditioning, heating & boilers for the construction industry.

Temporary Cooling and Heating Hire for the Construction Industry

Temperature Control for Construction

Carrier Rental Systems offer reliable, comprehensive rental solutions for the construction industry, such as temporary liquid chillers, boilers and air conditioning.

By offering flexible, profitable and cost-effective solutions for our construction clients, Carrier Rental Systems can find the perfect solution to your problems. We are a major equipment manufacturer who has the knowledge of a major player in the international equipment rental market.

With the ability to respond quickly to your problems, we can ensure that you get high quality, reliable equipment every time from our dedicated customer response team. Our specification engineers can ensure that you get the perfect solution for your needs, without paying for things you don’t need. In addition to this, our experienced technicians regularly service and maintain the rental fleet and all of the equipment which we provide to ensure that you get the best temperature solutions for your business.

Our technicians will install, commission, and de-install the equipment to save you time and money. You can be confident that our fully optimised temperature solutions will minimise running costs, maximise performance and ensure the protection of the environment.

Carrier Rental Systems have many years direct experience providing heating and cooling solutions to the construction industry using the following HVAC equipment:

Bringing the benefits of temperature control to the Construction sector

Carrier Rental Systems services can be used as a way to provide short term mechanical services to your clients without risking capital costs to your business. We ensure that we work as a part of your team and we give you the peace of mind that we take full responsibility for the whole hire solution from the initial specification through to installation and operation.

You can use us to source temporary chillers when your clients need them with 24 hour a day availability. We supply chillers from 5kW through to 5000kW, air conditioning units from 2kW to 2000kW and spot cooling & portable construction heater hire. We also offer low temperature hot water boilers and complete temporary plant rooms from 50kW to 2000kW.

By using rented equipment, you can give your clients the ability to utilise additional cooling in many ways. This can be to supplement existing comfort cooling or maintaining & increasing production capacity. More often than not, our cooling services deliver additional profits to businesses which far out weight the initial costs.

Temporary equipment can give clients the ability to provide cooling capacity over repair periods, or to use on a ‘try before you buy’ service to see how the expanded capacity suits individual requirements.

Supporting you

Carrier Rental Systems has the experience to support clients with a completely flexible approach to any rental needs. With our experienced design team we can ensure that you get the best solutions for your needs, including 24 hour cover throughout the rental period.

In addition to the rental equipment, we can provide a complete range of ancillary equipment, offering a full service to clients. Power supply, crane hire, road closure, safety fencing and scaffold platforms can all be included in our service.

The following are example case studies of our equipment used within the Construction industry:

Construction

Construction Heating Hire - 400kW Heater Hire - Glasgow

Construction Heating Hire - 400kW Heater Hire - Glasgow

A £13.8m project to extend Tollcross International Swimming Centre for the 2014 Commonwealth Games left a big shortfall...

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