What you need to know about packaged units

Cooling
Heating

Kelley Mechanical wants you to be aware of all the options available to you, if you are thinking about a new heating and cooling system. There are a lot of options to effectively heat and cool your home, so it’s valuable to take the extra steps to do some research and determine which system will be the best for your needs.

Have you ever heard of packaged units? If not, you’re not the only one. Which is why our professionals want to give you a little context on what they are, and why they might be something for you to think about.

One of the best perks of a packaged unit is that it’s an all-in-one heating and cooling system that can be installed outside of the home. What does that mean? You don’t need to be concerned about taking up space inside your home for the furnace or air handler.

When would you use a packaged unit?

Because the unit installs outside, it’s a optimal route for homeowners who do not have a basement or just have a crawlspace. Usually, having the extra space in the basement allows for more storage where you can keep the heating and cooling components. This gets rid of that challenge if the space isn’t free or large enough.

A packaged unit is extremely compact, which means it doesn’t fill much space outdoors either. It will effortlessly blend into your outdoor environment. And because it’s compact, installation is straightforward, and you’ll be able to find indoor comfort even faster.

The units can be installed in the exterior of your home. It’s connected to the ductwork through a small, secure hole in the wall. Brace yourself for an efficient and helpful solution that doesn’t take up a large amount of space.

There is an assortment of models available and our technicians can talk about what will be the best choice for you. We’re happy to come out and visit your home to look at the situation and talk about your goals for heating and cooling your home. We want to make sure you are comfortable, regardless of what the weather brings in Lexington.

If you are ready to learn more or have further questions on packaged units, give us a call at 859-209-3003 and we’ll be ready to help.

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