The traditional split system air conditioner is perhaps the most popular type of AC installed in homes, but it is by no means the only type. The outdoor components of a conventional air conditioner help the refrigerant to gain pressure and dissipate heat, while the indoor components absorb heat from the indoor air and return cool air back to the home. But in a packaged air conditioner, all of these components are located in the same place—a single outdoor packaged unit, often placed on the rooftop.
Benefits to Homeowners
Packaged units are generally best for homeowners with little space inside or outside of the home for a conventional split system. But they offer a number of other benefits as well. Often, you can find a packaged air conditioner in a high efficiency rating, and these units can be installed on the rooftop, rather than interfering with your landscaping.
Benefits to Businesses
Business owners and managers enjoy these same benefits and more when they install a packaged air conditioning system on the rooftop of a building. The air conditioner saves space and stays out of the way of employees and clientele, so that business can keep running even while a technician works on the system.
An additional benefit is that packaged units are usually modular. The term modular air conditioner just means that you can add on an additional unit without replacing the entire system if your cooling capacity needs ever change. The size of an air conditioner has a major effect on how effectively the system performs, and if you hire a lot more people or remodel the office, the size of the air conditioner may need to change as well. With a packaged unit, a technician can easily adjust the size of the system by adding or taking away modules as needed.
Call the air conditioning experts at AAction Air for residential or commercial air conditioning installation in Savannah, GA today!