Packaged heaters and air conditioners contain most of their components in one compact casing. A packaged HVAC system can sit on the roof of your home or business in Rome, Georgia, or next to your foundation on a concrete slab. They’re quieter than most conventional units because most of the parts are outside, and they can increase the value of your property. With a packaged HVAC system, you can enjoy these benefits.
The parts of packaged HVAC systems are close together. As a result, they don’t need to use energy to move refrigerant between an indoor air handler and an outdoor unit.
If you have more than one packaged unit, you can use zoning to save even more power. You can avoid conditioning empty rooms and easily compensate for drafts or warm areas. You can also choose different temperatures for your warehouse and the retail portion of your business. A programmable thermostat allows you to control multiple packaged systems from a central location, a remote control or your smartphone.
Easy Installation and Maintenance
Packaged systems are easier and less expensive to install and maintain than most other types of heaters or air conditioners. They also have strong casing that can withstand bad weather. As a result, you can reduce your risk of experiencing damage and requiring repairs.
Plenty of Options
You won’t need to use any space inside your home or business to store a packaged HVAC system. Packaged gas furnaces, heat pumps, or hybrid systems are all available options. Installing a packaged unit for an addition or renovation is often simpler and less costly than replacing your existing HVAC system with a bigger model. Many packaged heaters and air conditioners even have exhaust fans for better indoor air quality and a more comfortable home.
Pendley Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is a Trane Comfort Specialist. We have decades of heating and air conditioning experience, and 100-percent customer satisfaction is our goal. For quality service, contact us at (770) 343-4956.
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