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Packaged HVAC Units in Paramus, NJ
When you envision a central air conditioning system or even a heat pump, you likely imagine an HVAC system that consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, connected by power and refrigerant lines. This is called a split-system, and this set-up is standard for most homes and throughout Paramus, NJ.
However, there is another system configuration that, while most often seen in commercial buildings, is becoming more and more popular for many residences. This system is the packaged HVAC unit. Packaged HVAC systems offer some great advantages that can make this the right choice for your home.
It's essential to remember that the installation and service needs for a packaged air conditioner or packaged heat pump should always be handled by licensed and NATE-certified HVAC technicians, such as the employees we have on our staff. HVAC services traditionally don't make good projects for DIY-enthusiasts or amateurs. Rather, you can trust our professionals. We always strive for 100% customer satisfaction, no matter what the job is.
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Should You Choose a Packaged Air Conditioner for Your Home?
You have many models to choose from when it comes to air conditioning systems. The traditional split–system is called such because it utilizes separate indoor and outdoor cabinets. The outdoor cabinet consists of the compressor, exhaust fan, and refrigerant coil while the indoor cabinet has the blower and ductwork connection.
However, packaged units house everything inside a single outdoor cabinet, which connects to the building ventilation system with return and supply ducts. The heat release process as well as the absorption process occurs in this single unit, and the conditioned air is distributed into the supply ducts of your home.
The Advantages of Packaged HVAC Units
Packaged heat pumps and air conditioners are the standard for many businesses and commercials buildings today, and both have become increasingly popular for residences. To help you make an educated decision about whether or not this system is right for your home, we’ve listed some advantages:
- Space Saving: This is perhaps the biggest benefit of investing in a packaged unit. Let’s say you have limited interior space. In this case, a packaged AC system or heat pump installation can be your solution.
- Ease of Repairs and Maintenance: Whether your packaged unit is due for repairs or you need to schedule a maintenance appointment, technicians can access these units very easily, since they’ll be dealing only with a single outdoor unit. This provides convenience when diagnosing issues and thoroughly inspecting the system.
- Quiet: Any air conditioning or heating system you purchase is going to make noise when it’s running. However, since a packaged HVAC unit doesn’t include a blower fan indoors, it creates less noise pollution than a traditional system does.
Are you still questioning whether or not a packaged unit is right for you? Don’t worry, our team is standing by and ready to provide our expert assistance to help you make an educated decision. Our technicians are NATE–certified and have over two decades of experience providing clients throughout Paramus, NJ and beyond with customer–oriented service.