A ductless heating and air conditioning or a mini-split system can be incredibly useful in certain situations. It typically consists of a wall-mounted indoor unit that connects to the outdoor compressor through a small hole.
Ductless systems are an excellent option for old homes with no ductwork, room additions, outbuildings, construction of new homes, or to support a room with heating or cooling issues.
The installations are typically cost-effective and expand the comfort of our livable spaces quickly.
Here’s 5 benefits of a Ductless HVAC system:
#1 Indoor Air Quality
Without regular maintenance and inspection of an HVAC system, there can be leaks in the ductwork, and pollutants like dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria, may get trapped within the system.
A ductless system can greatly increase the indoor air quality and expand comfort to your home’s residents.
The ductless HVAC system provides great comfort when it comes to air quality, noise level, and visibility. As opposed to a traditional HVAC system, the mini-split system is smaller and quieter.
The ductless mini-split systems create different zones in the house where you can change the temperature. This is great for rooms that get less use or have issues with temperature control.
For rooms or buildings without pre-existing ductwork or old ducts, a ductless system is much less expensive. Ductwork can be challenging to install, leaky, and bulky. Improper installation of ducts could cause significant efficiency loss.
Due to the smaller amount of materials used and the ductless HVAC system’s high efficiency, it is a great choice for those who want to be more energy-efficient and lower their carbon footprint.
Each zone of the building can operate at a different temperature setting to ensure energy waste reduction.
The installation of a Ductless HVAC system is relatively quick and easy. For proper maintenance, the filters must be washed at least monthly. It takes more on the owner’s part to maintain, however it provides cleaner, better air. It is a decision that a homeowner will have to make themselves; however, we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.