Packaged systems are all-in-one solutions, with most of the components for heating and/or cooling housed in a single cabinet.
Packaged systems are a popular choice for homes with limited space, since they take up less room than split systems. In most homes, packaged systems are usually installed on the ground level or on the roof. Depending on your needs, you can select from the many types of packaged systems available:
A packaged air conditioner is a perfect solution for homes in warmer areas of the country that have limited space for a split system. These systems are not always as energy efficient as split system air conditioners, but they provide more flexibility when it comes to installation.
A packaged heat pump system combines heating, air conditioning and air-handling all in one unit. These systems offer an energy efficient solution for homes in mild climates.
A dual fuel packaged system warms your home with either an electric heat pump or a gas furnace based on the weather outside, so you’re always using the most efficient method to stay warm.
A packaged gas electric system offers you electric air conditioning and gas heating. In warm weather, it’s an all-electric high-efficiency air conditioner. In cold weather, it provides warmth from natural gas or propane, giving you the best of both energy worlds.
A hybrid system combines a heat pump and a gas furnace and uses each in its optimal conditions in order to both heat and cool your home.
A matched system is a combination of two HVAC systems intended to work together to heat and cool your home. Components of a matched system may include an air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, air handler, or an all-in-one packaged system.
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