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Moving an HVAC unit on a rooftop has never been easier with the Pro-Lift, an HVAC RTU mover and dolly that attaches to a 1,500 pound unit and glides across the rooftop to the curb. RTU movers are frequently inventions created by the desperate HVAC company faced with losing a job when they can’t either afford or the property won’t accommodate a large crane. Sometimes the inventions are monstrosities that weigh so much they damage rooftops; others are so unstable and rickety that they are a workplace safety issue.
The patent-pending Pro-Lift was invented by a building maintenance engineer who understood the issues related to installation or replacement of a RTU with a set back from the edge of the roof. Today commercial HVAC companies can save on crane costs by using the Pro-Lift rooftop HVAC mover. Frequently the Pro-Lift pays for itself with one job, and you don’t have to incur the price of a big crane again. A small boom truck and the Pro-Lift will do the job!
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Recently an HVAC company used three Pro-Lifts to move a unit that weighed more than 4,500 pounds – and it worked smoothly! Each Pro-Lift comes as a pair -- two pieces -- which attach to the flat side of the HVAC unit. So multiple Pro-Lifts can be positioned on either side of an HVAC unit to move more than 1,500 pounds.
For more information on the capabilities of this rooftop unit mover, contact us. One new user of the Pro-Lift noted that he had saved $32,000 by using the Pro-Lift rooftop unit mover on a job, paying for the unit eight times over. Made of lightweight aircraft aluminum, the Pro-Lift is manufactured in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex; units have been shipped through the United States and beyond. For more information or a shipping bid, go to www.proliftadvantage.com
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