Learning how packaged units work

In most basements, you usually have extra storage space that can be used to store components of your heating and cooling system.

People are not always aware of all the heating and cooling choices that they have at their disposal, however for example, one of those choices is a packaged unit! What is a packaged unit? It is an all-in-one heating and cooling plan that is installed outdoors, which means you need not waste precious indoor space with a gas furnace or air handler. If you do not have a lot of space inside your house, packaged units are a good solution for you. It is particularly important if you have a crawlspace instead of a basement. In most basements, you usually have extra storage space that can be used to store components of your heating and cooling system. It can be challenging to find an good location if you take that out of the equation and you may want to use that space for a different purpose, then as the units are particularly compact, they leave a particularly small footprint and make upgrade much faster and easier because of their small footprint, and you can either install them inside the exterior of your house or on the roof, and they are attached to the HVAC duct through a small opening in the wall. It is a cost-effective and time-saving option that does not take up a lot of space. A variety of models are available, including gas and electric, electric and electric, heat pump, and dual-fuel options. As a result, you will be able to choose a model that will keep you comfortable throughout the year, whatever Mother Nature throws at you.

 

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