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Do you have a garage that you’d like to turn into the ultimate man cave? Are you adding a sunroom to your house? Is there one room in your home that always stays hot no matter what you do?
If you’re thinking of remodeling, renovating, redecorating, or want to make your older home more comfortable, ductless HVAC units are the way to go.
A ductless HVAC system means just that – there is no ductwork involved in setting one up or adding one to your home. Ductless HVAC systems are appealing to homeowners for a variety of reasons.
Whether your home is newer or older, or if you’re adding a new addition to an older home, a ductless system could work well for you.
Ductless HVAC Systems FAQ
How Do Ductless HVAC Systems Work?
A ductless single-zone system consists of a wall-mounted unit connected by refrigerant tubing and wiring to an outdoor unit and works similarly to traditional air conditioner units.
Ductless HVAC systems, also known as ductless mini-split A/C systems, deliver heated or cool air into a single space to make it more comfortable. These spaces include any add-ons, enclosed spaces, or any room in your home that needs a more regulated temperature.
A multi-zone system combines an outdoor unit with several indoor units to provide temperature control and comfort throughout the home.
Depending on how many rooms you want to heat or cool, you might benefit from single-zone or multi-zone ductless units.
What Are the Benefits of A Ductless HVAC System?
One of the primary reasons homeowners are initially drawn to ductless mini-split systems is the way that they look. These units tend to be more aesthetically pleasing than traditional units, with smooth lines and an unimposing size.
Other benefits can include:
- The distribution of warmer or cooler air more evenly throughout different rooms in your home
- The ability to neutralize triggers for allergy sufferers and provide cleaner air in your house
- Saving money on monthly energy bills by choosing energy-efficient models
- Their flexibility in regards to location – the small stature of these units allows them to be installed almost anywhere
How Difficult Are Ductless HVAC Units to Install?
There are many different styles of indoor units available, and the process is fairly simple. Installation generally requires a hole cut in the wall for wiring and refrigerant and connecting the indoor unit to the outdoor unit. Since there is no need for extensive ductwork, the installation process is straightforward and efficient.
The ease and versatility of these systems, especially single-zone units, make ductless HVAC appealing to many homeowners. Our professionals have ample experience completing the installation with as minor inconvenience to you as possible so that you can enjoy a more comfortable home as quickly as possible.
Our company offers comprehensive HVAC services, including the installation of ductless HVAC units. If this sounds like something you are interested in for your home, give us a call.