Many heaters and air conditioners are called split systems because they come with an indoor air handler and an outdoor unit. However, a packaged HVAC system houses all of its parts in one casing. This lets it work more efficiently, which lowers your home’s utility bills. Packaged units also offer lots of options, easy installation and a higher value for your Tallahassee, Florida, home.
Plenty of Choices
You can choose from several types of packaged HVAC systems, including air conditioners, ductless units, heat pumps, and hybrid units with gas and electric components. You can have a packaged unit installed on a rooftop, wall or ceiling. They come in many sizes and designs.
A packaged HVAC system also takes up less space than a system with separate components. You can save additional energy with more than one packaged system. Since you can control them independently, you don’t have to waste energy heating or cooling unoccupied areas.
Easy Installation and Maintenance
A packaged HVAC system is simpler and less costly to install than most other systems. Almost all the parts are assembled at the factory, so service technicians just need to deliver the system to your home and position it. Packaged systems come with durable cases, making them less vulnerable to bad weather. Keeping all the parts in one location makes maintenance and repairs quicker as well.
A Higher Value for Your Home
Many packaged HVAC systems are quieter than standard heaters or air conditioners because most of their parts are outside. Some packaged units also come with exhaust fans for better indoor air quality and ventilation. When you’re ready to move, all these features will increase the value of your home and help you find a buyer quickly.
Central Heating Consultants is a Trane Comfort Specialist, and we can help you choose and install the ideal packaged system. We can also help you keep your air conditioner working well for years to come. For outstanding service from our friendly, knowledgeable service technicians, call us anytime at 850-270-4352.
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