If you’re planning to install a new heater this winter, you may want to consider investing in a new AC system as well. You needn’t bother installing two units if you opt for a high-efficiency packaged HVAC system. Packaged HVAC systems combine heat and AC in a single unit.
The Advantages of Packaged HVAC
Needless to say, the greatest benefit of a packaged system is having both a heater and an air conditioner and in one convenient unit. With a dual fuel packaged system, you will never again feel the need to worry about your heater becoming less efficient in colder temperatures.
Because HVAC package systems are specially designed to inhabit the same cabinet, they are built using advanced machining techniques to save the maximum amount of space in your home. Your packaged unit will do the same job in a smaller amount of space compared to having separate heat and air units. This is ideal if you’re considering beginning a remodeling project for your home, or when building a new home.
Packaged HVAC systems with the ENERGY STAR® label are between 15% to 25% more efficient than non-ENERGY STAR® units.
Easy Service Access
Maintenance and repairs are much easier for professionals to perform on packaged units as both heating and cooling equipment are in a single cabinet, saving them time, and saving you money on labor costs.
Because there are many models to choose from, and numerous efficiency ratings available to best suit the heating and cooling needs of your home, you should consult the experts at Griffin Heating and Air Conditioning to help you choose the right model for your home.