Packaged Heat Pump

countryboy43August 16, 2011

Does anyone know of a company that makes a packaged heat pump system having the air return on the right side and the discharge on the left side when viewed from outside the house? I'm replacing a 1973 Sears Gaspac which is configured that way and it would make it easier to connect with the existing ductwork. The new systems I've looked at are configured the opposite way. If not, is there any type of pre-fabricated crossover available that would accomplish this without extensive ductwork changes? Thanks for any help.

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SkyHeating

All that I know of are both supply and return on the same side. A contractor should be able to fairly easily rework the ductwork while installing a new package unit for you. I am only familiar with Trane/American Standard and Rheem/Ruud though.

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