Packaged HVAC Units
What is a packaged HVAC system? A package unit is the all-in-one heating and cooling system for homes that don’t have a lot of room indoors for either a furnace and coil, or an air handler.
Package units will contain all of their parts in one outdoor unit that sits on either the roof or to the side of a building. Usually a packaged unit is used in manufactured homes and some Southern Oregon residential and commercial buildings when crawl spaces are limited. They can be a good option for any home with the right type of ductwork. Pacjaged HVAC units come in a few different sizes. The exact size needed will be determined by the needs of the building or home.
There are a few different package units – each with their own benefits and drawbacks if you live in a certain areas.
- Package Air Conditioners: A package air conditioner contains an air conditioner and an air handler.
- Packaged Gas/Electric Systems: This type of unit combined a electric air conditioner with a gas furnace.
- Package Heat Pumps: Package heat pumps contain a heat pump and an air handler.
- Dual-Fuel System: A package dual-fuel system is your best option if you want the benefits of having a heat pump but temperatures frequently drop below 25°F and you don’t have room for the coil and furnace indoors.
To find out what type a packaged unit would be a good for your home or commercial building give us a call. 541-664-2698