Discussions about heating and cooling systems often include references to “split systems” and “packaged systems.” It is important for a homeowner that is considering a new heating and/or air conditioning system to choose the most cost-effective option.
Nationwide, most homeowners have split systems in their residences. There are three components in a split-system central air conditioner:
A split-system CAC is often the most cost-effective option in homes that have furnaces but no central air.
In a packaged central air conditioning unit, the evaporator coil, compressor and condenser are all in one cabinet, located either on a concrete slab near an exterior wall or on the roof.
Ductwork passes through the roof or an exterior wall to supply conditioned air to the living area. Since the unit includes either a natural gas furnace or electric heating coils, there is no need for a separate indoor furnace.
Our team at Anthony’s Air Conditioning and Heating is capable of servicing, repairing and installing both split and packaged systems. There are new and exciting developments in heating and cooling efficiency that can cut your utility bill. In many cases, the cost of new installations is partially offset by available rebates and tax credits which you can more about at Energy.gov.
We’d welcome the opportunity to discuss your heating and cooling options with you. Please contact us today!
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