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All-In-One Cooling Systems

There are several types of central cooling systems: the packaged unit contains all the heating and cooling elements combined—the packaged unit is designed especially for home or business with limited space.
The packaged units are a type of air conditioning system that contains all the parts in one outdoor unit that usually placed on either the roof or the side of a building. The units typically connect directly to a ductwork system that spreading the conditioned air through the home or business and return the air to the packaged unit. The outdoor portion includes a heating component so that additional space won’t be required for a heating unit.

There are different packaged units out there:

  • Packaged gas/ electric systems: this type of unit combines an air conditioner, coil, and gas furnace. If you want the option of gas heating power, this will be great for you.
  • Packaged heat pumps: this unit contains a heat pump and an air handler—this type of unit is most suitable for people who live where temperatures rarely drop below freezing. With one of this package, you can get all-electric heating and cooling.
  • Dual fuel system: this unit is your best option if you want the benefits of having a heat pump, but temperatures frequently drop below 25 degrees f, and you don’t have room for coil and furnace indoors. Your dual-fuel system works by turning on your gas furnace when temperatures get too cold. Because of this, you will use less gas year-round to heat your home, potentially reducing your overall gas utility bill.

If you are not sure which packaged unit is right for you, give us a call at 833-446-6387, and we will be happy to assist you.

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Packaged units are central air conditioning systems that circulate conditioned air through ducts. In a packaged unit, the supply and return ducts are routed through the walls or attic to the outside cabinet that houses the compressor, blower motor and evaporator coils.

package HVAC unit combines multiple units, such as an air conditioner and heater, into a single unit. The unit is usually placed outside. Split systems, on the other hand, divide each system into its own unit, so your heater and air conditioner are separate.

Its job is to circulate the refrigerant necessary for heat exchange through the coils of the indoor and outdoor unit, and also to apply the energy to the refrigerant. … The compressor compress the gaseous refrigerant, and this raises the refrigerant’s temperature so that changes it into a high pressure gas.

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