VTAC units are generally manufactured in one two configurations.

1. The units resemble a cube. The evaporator and condenser coils sit back to back, as with most vtaGE and Friedrich units.

Cleaning companies will often clean the room-side evaporator coil, leaving the critical condensing coil dirty, as the only way to access it, is to remove the unit from the chassis. This is a recipe for failure. Kelley’s has a process for cleaning these units outdoors, accessing both coils in addition to other critical components.

2. The units resemble an upright rectangle. The two coils are offset, upper and lower, as in the case of most Amana and First Co. units.

Kelley’s uses an in-room cleaning process, which has been approved by First Company, a leading manufacturer of VTAC units.

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