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3 Benefits of a Packaged Air Conditioner

August 4, 2019

A packaged air conditioner has the condenser, evaporator coil and compressor in one compact cabinet. It can increase the value of your home in Charlotte, North Carolina. You can have a packaged air conditioner installed on the roof or a concrete slab near the foundation. Wall- and window-mounted units are available as well. A packaged HVAC system will provide energy savings, comfort, convenience and easy maintenance.

Energy Savings

Since their components are closer together than conventional air conditioners, packaged systems are more efficient. They don’t have to use power to move refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor units. With more than one packaged HVAC system, you can easily use zoning to avoid conditioning empty rooms and lower your utility bills. You can control each system with separate thermostats, or you can use a smart or programmable thermostat to control them from a central location. Zoning can save you even more if you have a large home with multiple stories.

Comfort and Convenience

Most packaged systems are rooftop units, but window- and wall-mounted systems are also available. Many models have exhaust fans to improve your indoor air quality and provide ventilation. With zoning, your family members can choose comfortable temperatures for their bedrooms without making others uncomfortable. These features can increase the value of your home.

Easy Maintenance

All the components of a packaged system sit one location. Therefore, having the system checked by a professional is faster and easier. With a packaged ductless air conditioner, you’ll never have to worry about duct cleaning or repairing leaky ductwork. As a result, you reduce your overall HVAC costs. Installing a packaged unit also takes less than half the time as adding a conventional system.

Bradham Brothers, Inc. has decades of air conditioning experience. We’re a Trane Comfort Specialist, and we have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We can help you install and maintain a variety of equipment, including packaged systems. For excellent service from our experts, call us at (704) 912-1456.

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