Packaged HVAC Units In
Salem, OR, And Surrounding Areas
While your residence may have a split cooling system with one part indoors and one outdoors, commercial properties need a different type of system. These buildings use packaged units because they need to cool a large space. While these are more common in buildings, they are becoming more popular in homes as well.
At Advantage Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC, we install packaged units in houses all across the Greater Salem Area. If you need a packaged HVAC unit for your residential area or your commercial property, call us for appointments in Salem and Keizer, OR. We guarantee to arrive on time and provide straightforward pricing.
The Variety of Packaged Units
At Advantage Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC we offer a variety of packaged heat pumps and gas-packaged units. Packaged air conditioners work the same as typical split air conditioners. In these units, a compressor circulates refrigerant between a set of coils, one that absorbs heat, one that releases it, and an air handler to send air into your vents. A packaged air conditioner, or packaged heat pump, are unique in that they house all of the components in one place – an outdoor cabinet.
We specialize in gas-packaged units (commonly called Gas Packs). We prefer to fit homes in Salem with gas-packaged units because of their clean-burning efficiency and high-power heating that can keep your home warm during the cold and gloomy Mid-Valley winters.
Contact our team to learn more about packaged units.
Packaged HVAC Units
We Can Provide Any
HVAC Services You Need
At Advantage Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC, we have you covered for all of your HVAC needs. When you need residential or commercial services, call our team of experts. We have more than 28 years of experience in the HVAC industry. We understand the importance of our technicians and their education, so we make sure that we invest in our experts and provide them with continued educational services so they’re always informed on all the latest techniques in the HVAC industry.