These days, we all appreciate multitasking, don’t we? From cellphones to virtual assistants, tools that help us work smarter and not harder are the trend. So why are you still using the same old, inefficient HVAC system in your Ontario, California, home? A packaged HVAC system can bring many efficiencies and benefits to your household. Here’s what you can expect from these hardworking units:
More Compact Design
In a packaged HVAC system, the air conditioner, evaporator coil, condenser and compressor sit in the same cabinet. This compact design is ideal for homes without basements or crawl spaces or those with limited indoor space.
No Furnace Needed
Packaged air conditioners often include electric heating coils or a natural gas furnace. This combination of air conditioner and central heater eliminates the need for a separate furnace indoors. As a result, you can save space and reduce maintenance costs.
Since the packaged HVAC system is both your heating and cooling source, it can be less expensive to install because it’s less labor intensive. It’s one system installed in one area. It’s as simple as that. A service can install your packaged HVAC system in as little as a day.
Along with cheaper installation, the maintenance on the unit is often less expensive. Service technicians will perform maintenance on one cabinet, not on separate heating and cooling units. Maintenance is also less expensive than split units because packaged systems are easier to access.
Greater Energy Efficiency
If your existing system is older and has a 10 SEER rating, upgrading to a 13 or 15 SEER unit will give you greater heating and cooling efficiency. As a result, it’ll provide additional cost savings to your household. The units are also easily fitted with air purifiers and other HVAC add-ons.
If you’ve been considering a new HVAC unit for your home, you have several choices. One of the main ones is whether you select a packaged or a split HVAC unit. Call Specialize Heating and Air at (877) 839-6983. We can walk you through the benefits of each.
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