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Living in the South means you need reliable air conditioning in place before summer arrives at your front door. Sky HVAC has options that will fit homes both big and small. Worried your home size is too small for central air? Our packaged unit HVAC systems give you the flexibility of cooling your home efficiently and quietly regardless of its smaller size.

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Benefits Of An HVAC Packaged Unit

HVAC packaged units provide owners with the benefits of energy efficiency, easy low-cost installation, quiet operation, and maintenance accessibility. A packaged unit has large air handlers that can go outside or on the roof for homes that want AC but don’t have space inside for split systems. The outside location of the unit means you don’t experience the AC operating noise inside your home. Also, since packaged units are one single unit, they are easier for technicians to install and service.


Call Sky HVAC to speak with a member of our team about our HVAC services. We proudly offer air conditioning solutions for both existing homes and new constructions.

The Difference Between An HVAC Packaged Unit And A Split System

A packaged HVAC system groups multiple units, such as an air conditioner and heater, into a single unit. The unit is typically located outside. Split systems divide each system into its own unit, so your heater and air conditioner are separate. Both systems are effective at heating and cooling your home but have different advantages and disadvantages depending on your home and budget.

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Installation, Repair And Maintenance Services For Packaged Units

Installation


Choosing a packaged HVAC unit means you are choosing: 1) fast and cost-effective installation; 2) shorter repair times since all the components are housed in one unit; and 3) an HVAC system that will provide you with energy efficiency.


The reliability of your packaged unit is directly proportionate to the skills of your installer. This is why when you choose Sky HVAC you are setting yourself up for success from day one.


Repair


Even if you meet all the routine service checks and are dedicated to preventive maintenance, the fact remains that sometimes heating and cooling systems break down. Sky HVAC is available 24/7 for any repair emergency you might find yourself in. Schedule a professional service check once before heating season, and again before cooling season to help prevent HVAC emergencies.


Maintenance


Our Sky HVAC air conditioner tune-up and maintenance services include a 21-point inspection. Our expert technicians will ensure your system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., saving you on energy costs. We also inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, compressor, etc.) to enhance your unit’s reliability.

Schedule A Packaged Unit Consultation Or Installation Today

Installing or replacing your HVAC system is made simple with the experience of Sky HVAC  If you need help determining if a packaged or split system HVAC unit is for you, contact us today. We are committed to delivering state-of-the-art, high-quality products backed by our satisfaction guarantee. We are available 24/7 for your heating and cooling emergencies.

Packaged Unit Frequently Asked Questions

Which is better, a split system or a package unit system?


Which system is best for your home depends on your heating and cooling needs and your budget.


What is a packaged HVAC unit?


A packaged HVAC unit is an all-in-one system that sits on either the roof or to the side of a building. They are often used in homes that don’t have crawl spaces or basements. They come in two different footprints (small or large) determined by the BTU/tonnage and installation requirements for your home/building.


What is a split packaged air conditioner?



A split system HVAC system is for homes that have space for large indoor cabinets. It has a condensing unit that sits separately from an evaporative coil unit. The two parts are connected by a copper tube that carries the coolant between the units.

The Sky Club Maintenance Program

The Sky HVAC preventative maintenance program includes a 21-point inspection twice a year - once in the spring and once in the fall. We make sure your HVAC system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, and compressor) thus ensuring system reliability.


We will also conduct a full inspection of your duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An HVAC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind!


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By Logan Eppley 03 Jun, 2022
As the summer heats up, you’ll naturally be using your air conditioner more and more. This is an effective way to beat the heat, but extensive use of your AC unit can cause wear and tear, or reveal existing problems. We at Sky HVAC want to help you and your family stay comfortable this summer, and to help you do that, our team has put together a list of signs to watch for in order to tell if you need air conditioner repair. Blows Warm Air - One clear sign that something is up with your air conditioner is warm air coming from your vents. If you put your hand by a vent and feel warm air, you probably need air conditioner repair. Makes Loud Noises - Another sign you should be wary of is loud or unusual noises coming from your AC unit. All air conditioners will make some noise as they run, but if you hear grinding, screeching, or scraping sounds from your unit, you should call our team at Sky HVAC to find out if you need air conditioner repair. Smells Bad - Your air conditioner is not supposed to stink. If you notice a bad smell coming from your unit when you turn it on, it’s likely that you need air conditioner repair. A musty smell usually indicates mold somewhere in your system, while a burned smell is likely the result of wire insulation burning out. If you notice any of these signs in your home or find something else unusual happening in your air conditioner, call our team at Sky HVAC. We’ll identify the problem and get your AC running smoothly as soon as possible.
By Logan Eppley 03 Jun, 2022
Here at Sky HVAC, we specialize in all things air conditioning, and we want to help you stay cool this summer. Our team believes that the best way to help you take care of your air conditioning unit is to help you understand how it works. Knowing the principles behind your air conditioning unit will help you spot potential problems early and take care of them before they can become serious—or expensive. From our experts at Sky HVAC, here is a brief overview of how air conditioning works. Despite its association with cooling, the principle behind air conditioning is the transfer of heat. The typical air conditioning unit consists of an evaporator, a compressor, a condenser coil, and a fan. The evaporator is located inside the home, and contains a refrigerant that absorbs the heat energy from your home; as this happens, the refrigerant evaporates, hence the name. From there, the heat absorbed in the evaporator is transferred to the condenser coil, located in the exterior half of your air conditioning system. Also located outside with the condenser are the compressor and the fan. The compressor keeps refrigerant circulating throughout your system so that heat can be continually absorbed. Similarly, the fan keeps hot air moving out of your home. We hope that this article has been helpful to you. If you are experiencing problems with your air conditioning, or have further questions on how your unit operates, feel free to call our team at Sky HVAC.
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