View Full Version : 4 carrier 25 ton rooftops for sale
08-19-2004, 09:47 AM
a client of mine recently purchased a large building that has four 25 ton carrier RTU,S that where installed in 01 but where never wired in or used , these units are complete with no damage and a ZERO run time , wholesale cost was approx 35k. he is asking 20k for 100 tons of air.
data ; 480v TJ SERIES RTU,S ,no curbs included, O.A. hoods are on the units , no cabinet damage. 01 model year.located in houston .
08-19-2004, 12:23 PM
what abouth the warranty on the units were they turned in as being installed in 01?
08-19-2004, 02:19 PM
I'll give'm a dollar a ton minus shipping,handling and of course insurance. I think I have enough in my Pay-Pal account to cover that.
08-19-2004, 02:27 PM
how much will it cost to remove it and reinstall it, sometimes going new might cost a bit more but is more cost effective. i dont to commercial rtus but it might bite you in maint outlays. if they were sized correctly for the building why would you get rid of them?
08-19-2004, 05:30 PM
in response to intelligent questions first ,
1) i am waiting for carrier houston to confirm whether the units have any warranty.
2] the building was partially remodelled and not completed the 480v circuits to the RTU,S was never completed , these machines have never run.
3)Installation damage is minimal these units are sitting on factory curbs .
4) the reason for selling the units is simple , the remodelled area is to be used as a warehouse and not a ballroom as it was originally remodelled for .
5) cost to remove i would estimate 800 bucks for crane and freight would be extra to wherever they would be going to.its a simple lift with lots of access .50 feet up and 60 in on the furthest RTU,
08-19-2004, 09:24 PM
ive always been told that the roof curbs are expensive , ive never done an rtu so totally ignorant as to the cost or installation procedures.
08-19-2004, 10:31 PM
Is this building owner desperate for cash. I would look at non profit organizations such as churches that may be on the drawing board. You could probably donate the equipment and take a deduction for its full value. If it's a good year for the guy or company, it could greatly help their tax burden.
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