You can send photos of the air handler to bob at for more specific advice. Replace the at with the sign. Thanks for this article.
BTW the tech never mentioned the possibility of a dirty filter. It was covered completely with dust. Hopefully the coil is dirt free since there is no access.
That makes them the preferred way to heat in the South and Southwest, where winters are typically short and mild. Heat pumps that wring heat from the ground are much more expensive to install, but they are suitable for cold climates because they can maintain their operating efficiency.
Other inexpensive electric-heat options include strip heaters, which are installed in the ductwork of central air conditioning, and permanently installed baseboard units in each room.
Central air units also vary in cost, depending on bells and whistles. So, consult with a professional about what you need and ask about any additional features that may benefit your home.
An uncased coil is just the A-frame coils and drip pan assembly. Recommend you have an HVAC tech take a look at your unit. The HVAC tech will also have special drain line suction equipment to remove any downstream clogs.
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As I know it, they need to be a matched set for the best performance. Subject: Old furnace, good furnace. I have a Maitland that came with the house when we bought it. It has one moving part, no "boards", "computers" or any of the new bells and whistles needing attention every season.