Packaged systems, also known as all-in-one systems are becoming increasingly popular in regions where construction techniques favor a single cabinet design over split systems comprised of both an outdoor and indoor unit.
While packaged systems are typically installed outdoors at ground level, technicians may also install an all-in-one unit in a crawl space or even on the roof for horizontal or down-flow designs. This can make performing preventative maintenance difficult, and in which case should always be performed by a Trane Comfort Specialist.
While most packaged system preventative maintenance should be performed by a certified dealer, there are a few basic maintenance tasks you can perform without the help of a certified technician – assuming of course your unit is installed at ground level.
You should have a Trane Comfort Specialist examine your packaged system at least once a year. A certified comfort specialist will follow a packaged system preventative maintenance checklist to insure the health of your unit. Your Trane technician will inspect the following: