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Commercial Air Conditioning: Why You Should Consider a Packaged Rooftop Unit

Air conditioning is critical to your business throughout the summer months, keeping your commercial space cool and comfortable so that business can move forward. If you are in need of a new air conditioning system for your commercial space, you may want to consider a packaged rooftop unit. The commercial AC experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling can help you with your entire installation, including sizing, so give us call today!

What Is a Packaged Unit?

A packaged rooftop unit is a large heating and cooling system for your commercial space. It is called a “packaged unit” because all the components for both your heating and cooling are contained in the metal cabinet. There are three main types of packaged units available:

  • Heat pump systems
  • Hybrid cooling/heating
  • Gas furnace/air conditioner combination

Why Consider a Packaged Unit?

The first, and clearest, benefit of installing and using a packaged unit is that you have your entire HVAC system contained in one unit. This means you don’t have to juggle maintenance and repairs between two systems. A second benefit of a packaged unit is that they are designed to heat and cool large spaces, so you don’t have to worry about being short of the cooling or heating you need. The placement of packaged unit – upon your building’s rooftop – saves much-needed space in your commercial property and allows for unfettered access to the cabinet so that your trained commercial expert can access it easily when needed. Rooftop locations also mean that you won’t have to worry about vandalism and your HVAC system will be better protected from damage.

Our Experts Are Here to Help

If a packaged unit sounds like a good option for your commercial space in Hamilton, OH, give us a call. We’ll help you size and install your packaged unit so that your business space has the heating and cooling it needs for years to come.

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