Upgrade your HVAC equipment for increased comfort and savings. Ease of installation and low initial costs of packaged HVAC systems make them an extremely attractive heating, cooling and ventilation solution for many commercial facilities.
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Packaged HVAC systems consist of pre-assembled, off-the-shelf equipment that provides space heating, cooling and ventilation. A wide range of configurations are available, including both traditional and heat pump systems. Packaged systems typically fall into three general categories:
Multiple packaged HVAC units are usually required to serve an entire building. This can be an advantage, since each system can be well matched to the interior space that it serves.
Packaged HVAC units are used in almost all classes of commercial buildings. However, in some situations, custom or semi-custom HVAC systems are a better solution due their higher capacities and, in some cases, even greater efficiency.
Packaged HVAC systems are especially suitable in situations where the absolute highest levels of performance are not required. In these situations, packaged HVAC systems offer several benefits over custom or semi-custom HVAC systems:
Despite these many benefits, in some situations a custom or semi-custom HVAC system may provide a better solution.
Most manufacturers of packaged HVAC systems offer useful options for their systems, some of which can be installed as retrofits to existing packaged systems. Some typical options include:
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