Whether you’re building a new home in Denver, NC, or you’re in need of a new heating and cooling system, a packaged HVAC system is a smart choice. Instead of having both an indoor and outdoor unit, these systems package both the condenser and evaporator components into one unit. Consider these three benefits of a packaged HVAC system for your home.

Save Space

Packaged systems save space. If your home doesn’t have room for an indoor unit, a packaged HVAC system is a great option. If you have a small yard, the unit can be mounted onto your roof. The only interior components of a packaged system are the ductwork and thermostat. Packaged units also save energy. According to Energy Star, they offer seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) ratings of 15 or higher.

Less Noise

When indoor air handlers age, they start making a lot of noise. That noise can keep you up at night or disrupt your leisure time. Because packaged systems are located outside, you won’t hear as much noise during a heating or cooling cycle. A well-maintained packaged HVAC system will operate quietly. Be sure to check the outdoor unit once a week for any debris that may have gotten stuck in the housing. A fallen stick or leaves could make a rattling sound if they’re on or in the unit.

Easier Maintenance

When your heating and cooling system needs its springtime and autumn tune-ups, this process will be easier with a packaged HVAC system. Our technician only has to go to one spot to perform the tune-up on the equipment. The outdoor location means our technician will have enough space to access every side of the unit, and you won’t have to move anything out of the way.

For more information about the benefits of installing a packaged HVAC system, take a look at Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning’s packaged HVAC systems, or get in touch with our heating and cooling experts today.

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