What is a packaged terminal air conditioner (PTAC)

Packaged terminal air conditioners are some of the most common cooling solutions. Whether you own hotels, rental properties, or even homes, packaged terminal air conditioners could be your option when seeking ways to air condition, sometimes even to heat, your property. Packaged terminal air conditioners are commercial-grade cooling systems installed through a wall. They are typically positioned on an external wall above your floor and under your window. Its models include heating and air conditioning units. They are durable, which makes them a preferred HVAC solution in the hospitality industry. Since hotel owners and managers carefully think of their HVAC options regarding value and profitability, the PTACs provide a good option for hoteliers. This HVAC system has a lower maintenance cost, particularly on heating. They are also quieter than the other options. They are easy to operate and are responsive because of their digital control boards. This board allows you to quickly set your desired temperature and make other setting adjustments in mere seconds. PTACs can use the heat pump and electric heat. Electric heat models use electricity and a heating element that heats the air as it flows over the element. A powerful fan then distributes the warm air around your room. Other models use heat pumps that reverse the air conditioning cycle to circulate warm air into your room. This heating type is more efficient and is widespread in regions with warmer climates, as it only runs down to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. PTAC is a good HVAC system for your apartment building. However, you should consult an HVAC technician before installing it in your building.
Heat pump installation