NorWest offers exceptional work on PTAC units throughout New York. And not only do we just work on them, but we sell some PTAC units to clients throughout the great New York City area. For more information about the units we repair and sell, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding heating and cooling units. The number for our office is 718-747-1009. When you call, we can provide you with a free consultation and estimate. As well as provide you with quotes regarding any of the units you wish to purchase. So please, do not hesitate to reach out today. We look forward to helping you with all of your HVAC needs.
PTAC Units We Work On In New York
Before we start on the types of PTAC units we work on in the New York City area, let’s first discuss what exactly PTAC stands for and what it’s benefits are. PTAC stands for packaged terminal air conditioner. It is a type of self-contained heating and air conditioning system used for commercial buildings and large residential complexes. Hotels, motels, senior housing facilities, hospitals, condominiums, apartment building and sun-rooms are the most common places you’ll find HVAC units.
We proudly service and repair many different types of PTAC units in the greater New York City area. The most popular units we work on are Islandaire, Ice Air, McQuay, Applied Comfort and Suburban. These are also units that we are authorized to sell. Clients throughout New York use PTAC units for both heating and cooling. They are crucial for many people in the area. And these units use only electricity to run. So it can be expensive to have these units running, which is why is it important to turn to someone you can trust when it comes to buying and maintaining these units.
When it comes to the installation of a PTAC unit, most are designed to go through a wall. They have vents to allow for heat to sink in both inside and outside. When looking to install a new unit, we typically look to window walls and masonry walls. An installation usually requires the following: louvers, metal sleeve, heating coil, the PTAC itself and room enclosure. Of course it also depends on how large the unit is and how much it has to power. We are trusted experts in the field and will guide you through the process.