If you want to purchase an air conditioning and heating system, but your space is limited, a packaged system could be the right solution for you. Packaged units can be installed at the ground floor, with the duct served through crawl spaces or on rooftop areas. This flexibility makes them popular with homes and businesses that are limited on space.
Packaged systems are more physically compact because everything is in one unit. They are a good alternative when a split system won’t fit your home or office. Split systems have an indoor and outdoor component, and buildings in certain regions can’t always accommodate that style of HVAC unit. Packaged systems can answer this issue.
Typically, packaged systems have a much lower up-front cost than regular HVAC systems since they only use one unit. This means that they are also simpler and less expensive to install. Because of this, a packaged system may be a smart economical solution for your space.
G&M’S combined experience with packaged system installations and repairs makes our team the most valuable HVAC resource in the Raleigh area. Our experts can walk you through all the options and help you make the right choice.
For more information about packaged systems, call the professionals of G&M Service at 919-772-8820.
This affordable system offers the best of both worlds. It cools or heats with an electric heat pump and then switches to gas heat when the mercury dips. It chooses between the two during winter to utilize the most cost-efficient energy source and save you money.
Energy-efficient and quiet, this unit will reliably keep your home cool and comfortable. When paired with the right thermostat, it can help reduce indoor humidity levels during the summer.
This Performance™ system is ENERGY STAR® qualified in all sizes. By combining the summer comfort of an air conditioner with winter warmth from a gas furnace, it has plenty of comfort features to keep you smiling year after year.
This packaged system is driven by a quiet, multi-speed blower. This makes it capable of high-efficiency performance, which can save you on your utility bills. Plus, its Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) refrigeration management maintains proper flow to help ensure reliable, efficient operation.
Combining an electric heat pump with a gas furnace during the coldest temperatures, this packaged system maximizes energy efficiency. There’s no wonder many choose this solid, all-in-one packaged home comfort system.