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If you are just now investing in an HVAC system for the first time, your head may be spinning a little as you struggle to consider all of the different possibilities. Between heat pumps, furnaces, geothermal systems, central ACs, ductless units, and the rest, this is understandable. There are, however, packaged HVAC units to consider as well.
Packaged HVAC units are pretty much exactly what they sound like: heating and air conditioning systems that are essentially bundled all together in one self-contained package. Most of the necessary heating and cooling equipment will be located in this one central location.
There are a few benefits to using this type of system, and certain applications in which they are likely your best option. One initial tip we’d like to give you, though, is that you must schedule your packaged HVAC unit services in Jacksonville, FL with trained professionals. Just dial our number to do so.
What Applications Are Packaged Units Best For?
You can certainly choose to use a packaged HVAC unit for a typical residential property. However, they are probably best suited for, and most commonly used in, mobile homes and commercial properties. There are a few reasons for this.
First of all, mobile homes obviously have somewhat limited living space as it is. The last thing that you want to do is to sacrifice more of this valuable space just to house your HVAC equipment. With a packaged unit, you can keep everything outdoors in one single, compact cabinet.
The same is true for commercial settings. While some commercial buildings will have large utility areas, others just don’t have much room to spare. There is also the servicing of this type of equipment to consider. You don’t want your HVAC technicians coming in through a nice dining area, for instance, to service your system when customers are in–house.
Choosing Your Packaged Unit
A major decision still remains to be made, even after you’ve made the initial decision to use a packaged unit in your mobile home or commercial property: which type shall you use. If you have natural gas or propane hookups/accessibility, you may choose to use that fuel to heat your property, while running a standard electric cooling unit.
However, you may also choose to use a packaged heat pump in Jacksonville, FL. We obviously don’t have as frequent or intense need for our heaters as we do our air conditioners, so a heat pump—which uses existing heat in the air outside in order to warm an interior space very efficiently—makes a lot of sense in this area. Give us a call to discuss your options further.
Let Us Install and Service Your Packaged Unit
If you want your packaged air conditioner to function as effectively, efficiently, and reliably as possible, professional services are a must. When we complete your packaged unit installation or replacement, that system will be properly sized for your space, and expertly integrated therein.
We can also keep your packaged unit in fine working condition by handling your routine packaged HVAC system maintenance services. Even with such service, though, you are going to need occasional repairs. If and when you do, you can count on our team to complete those packaged unit repairs with the skill and expertise that defines our service.
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