Once you've decided to take more control over the temperature at home or improve the regulation of hot and cold air at the office, the next step is to decide what type of HVAC solution you wish to install. A couple of different options exist, which can sometimes make the process of choosing one that is ideal for your area tough.
When it comes to heating or cooling a mid-sized environment, opting for an HVAC system that utilizes a 3.5 tonnage configuration is often an ideal choice. This includes a heat pump with a 3.5 ton size. The coverage offered by this configuration would provide cooling and heating functions to a larger environment and can also be used as part of a multi-room installation.
A 3.5 ton heat pump may cover areas with a square footage of up to 2,300 – but, in some cases, coverage may be as low as 1,800 square feet. This is why considering more than just the size of the building is important.
The Furnace Outlet is able to provide customers with individual 3.5 ton heat pump units that can form part of an existing installation. When your HVAC system lacks appropriate air control, then the addition of the right heat pump can make a significant difference. We can provide you with professional quality Goodman gas furnaces, heat pumps, and air conditioning units. By combining the right equipment, superior control is provided – which means temperature regulation becomes more effective.
The wide variety of options available in our catalog ensures there is a heat pump that fits your needs. Whether you are looking to install a mini-split with a heat pump, or a system that provides a singular control center, we can help you find the right hardware for your building.
We do recommend including an expert in the shopping process, which would ensure the heat pump you buy gives you the right fit. The needs of every environment can differ – which is why an HVAC expert should inspect the building before you decide on the appropriate heat pump and additional solutions to install.
In addition to taking the square footage size of your building into account, HVAC installation experts are experienced in determining how the area’s climate will affect the installation. This ensures a recommendation for the right system can be made, reducing the risk of installing a system that gives you insufficient coverage.
The installer can also help guide you toward the equipment and hardware to provides a more ideal fit for any existing systems that are already present in your building.