Ductless AC System
Ductless heating and cooling systems are ideal for situations where window or baseboard heating and cooling would be necessary. The Ductless Unit or Mini Split-System Air Conditions consist of a wall-mounted indoor unit and an outside compressor. Ductless ac units are less visible and require only a small hole drilled into a wall which also makes them more secure than other options such as window units. Ductless heating and cooling systems offer a lot of benefits.
Traditional ducted HVAC systems lose approximately 25% of their energy due to their ductwork. Ductless options don’t have any energy loss due to ductwork. There are even energy saving incentives offered by power companies and federal tax credits available that can help offset the purchase or a ductless heating and cooling system.
Better Air Quality
Ductless units are much easier to keep clean. Because they have no ducts they aren’t blowing particles from one end of the house to the other. Their filtration eliminates particles as they are used and doesn’t push them into other spaces.
The energy efficiency garnered by ductless ac units reduces the homeowners’ carbon footprint. Ductless heating and cooling units can be placed strategically to maximize their effectiveness when in use and each unit runs independently.
No drafts, no hot spots. Ductless ac units are versatile and give homeowners the ability to place them in rooms. Ductless units don’t all need to be set to the same temperature, they can vary per room unlike traditional HVAC systems where the temperature is constant throughout the home. How many times have you tilted your head to the side trying to figure out what that noise is only to find that it was the AC System? Ductless units are quiet!
We have customers who are always looking to heat or cool zones in their home. Many homeowners here are retired and many rooms in their homes are seasonally used. Ductless heating and cooling units allow for these rooms to be controlled individually giving homeowner not only flexibility but cost savings. Often, we see rooms where the vents have been closed as a means of controlling temperature, but due to the humidity in FL, this causes issues such as mold or pressure imbalances making the HVAC systems work harder and that ends up with higher utility costs.