What is an All-in-One HVAC System?
An all-in-one HVAC system eliminates the need for buying both a furnace and air conditioner. The heating and cooling units in an all-in-one system sit in a single cabinet. Homeowners with limited space usually use this type of system. There are various types of packaged systems available. Read on to learn more about all-in-one HVAC systems and whether you should install one in your Kinston, North Carolina, home.
Packaged air conditioners are especially ideal in manufactured homes. You’ll enjoy a compact design with the Baseline Air Conditioner system. It also features a galvanized steel cabinet to enhance durability. A Louvered grill protects the unit’s coils from physical damage. During the colder months, you can use the unit to warm the home using electrical strip heating.
Optimal Heating Efficiency
All-in-one packaged heat pump systems use technology to both heat and cool a home. With the Baseline Heat Pump system, you’ll enjoy optimal heating efficiency up to 8.0 HSPF as you transition into winter. Thanks to solid cabinet base panels, you’ll greatly minimize the infiltration of dirt, dust and moisture.
Gas Heat/Electrical Cooling System
Enjoy gas heating during the cooler months and electric cooling during the warmer parts of the year. For maximum energy efficiency, choose a system that uses an electric heat pump.
All-in-one HVAC systems provide both extra space and energy efficiency. As with any type of HVAC system, it’s important to schedule preventative maintenance on your all-in-one unit to extend its durability and lifespan. It’s also important is to change the filter regularly. A dirty filter minimizes airflow and makes the unit work harder than it should. As a result, it can skyrocket your heating and cooling expenses.
J & J Mechanical, Inc. specializes in a variety of heating and cooling services. Contact us today at 855-800-1341 to learn more about all-in-one packaged HVAC systems.
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