Packaged HVAC systems have all of their parts in one casing. They usually sit on roofs, on the ground in yards, or mount on walls or in windows. Most air conditioners and heat pumps are split systems, which means they have an outdoor unit and an indoor air handler. A packaged HVAC system for your Paradise, Nevada, home offers lots of choices, energy savings and easy installation.
Lots of Choices
Many types of packaged systems are available, including:
- Ductless systems
- Heat pumps
- Air conditioners
- Gas or electric furnaces
Some have exhaust fans as well. If you have multiple packaged systems, you can operate them independently and avoid heating or cooling unoccupied rooms. Different thermostats control the temperature in different areas or zones of your home. A programmable thermostat with zoning can manage all your units from one convenient location.
Since the components in a packaged HVAC system sit right next to each other, you don’t need energy to move air between an indoor and outdoor unit. Some systems also use economizers with dampers to use outdoor air for cooling when the weather is mild. A new system is a big investment, but the energy savings can make it worthwhile.
Installing a packaged HVAC system is easier, faster and less expensive than choosing a conventional split system. They’re ideal for new additions to your home. You can add a packaged unit instead of replacing your current heater or air conditioner with a larger system.
Maintaining a compact packaged HVAC system is also easier. Make sure the system you select is installed by professionals like the ones at Sun Country Heating & Cooling. They can help you choose the size and type that’s best for your home.
Sun Country Heating & Cooling has more than 10 years of HVAC experience, and we’re a Trane Comfort Specialist. We guarantee 100-percent satisfaction, and we offer flat rates. For quality service from our friendly service technicians, call us anytime at 702-534-3375.
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