Residents of Florida might want to consider a package unit as a solution to their comfort-control needs. The climate in Florida means hot summer days and some cool nights during the winter months. Rather than relying on multiple systems to manage these varying temperatures, a package unit, as opposed to, for example, a split-system A/C combined with a furnace, serves as an all-in-one solution.
Packaged air units are multifunctional comfort control systems for homes and businesses. These systems allow you to manage both heating and air conditioning via one unit. With a focus on energy efficiency and conservation, these systems can reduce utility bills and energy consumption.
In comparison to a split-system A/C or heat pump, a package unit has a few distinct benefits. The first is the fact that all of the unit’s components are housed under one outdoor cabinet. This means that the compressor, evaporator and condenser are facets of a single external unit, eliminating the need for a clunky secondary unit within your home as is customary with a split system.
This same space-saving concept holds true for the heating portion of the system, as an additional furnace is no longer required. With this in mind, packaged units are perfect for homes without a basement or with minimal storage space.
Another significant advantage of a package unit is superior energy efficiency. Many package units exceed the energy efficiency of standard systems by more than 15 percent.
For more expert advice from NisAir Air Conditioning & Heating regarding package air systems and other issues related to home comfort, please contact us today. We provide superior HVAC services to the Treasure Coast.