Condenser on the roof, fan and coil in the condo. BUT our condo hvac closet is very small AND we wanted to free up usable space below the new unit.The Phoenix team did miracles. They mounted the unit high in the closet, giving us over 40" of new vertical space below it. It wasn't easy and it wasn't obvious but their team of three knew they could do it, and did it with great care.Great news for condo owners: this can be accomplished with NO extra roof penetrations, simply using the piping that is already in place in any unit which already has some form of AC. The roof unit is the same size as a standard condenser, and the in-condo unit is small.By far the best of all: when the Bosch operates I have to listen carefully to notice it. Cold air (this is summer) flows out of the vents, and the tick of our grandfather clock seems louder. I measured our old unit at well over 60dB, this one barely clocks in at 40dB.In winter, it should pull heat from the air outside and bring it down to us -- just as quietly. Plus, the air isn't dried out; no need for a humidifier.Phoenix charged us exactly what they had quoted, and completed the work exactly when they said they would.In summary: we couldn't be happier with our air source heat pump, and cannot recommend Phoenix highly enough as the people to install one for you.
I initially was just interested in getting AC installed in my older home, and Miguel was very thorough with his initial analysis and quote. He recommended updating my furnace as well because it likely only had a year or two left and the price was fair so I agreed. He and his team installed everything in a single day, cleaned up very nicely and the new heating system is working great. It also helped that he was able to do the elecrical and I didn't need an extra contractor. Now hopefully it gets warm enough to test out the AC!