Ductless Heating and Cooling

Ductless heating and cooling systems are ideal for houses or additions without ductwork, as well as other circumstances where a traditional central air conditioner or forced-air furnace would be ineffective.

What Is Ductless Heating and Cooling?

Ductless cooling and heating systems operate without the need of ductwork, as the name implies. There are two distinct elements in these systems: an outside compressor and an inside evaporator. The indoor unit is in charge of bringing cold, regulated air into the living area, while the outside unit is in charge of releasing the absorbed heat outdoors. These two compartments are linked by a tiny hole in the wall.

The Pros of A Ductless Heating and Cooling System

  1. Lower Ductless Cooling & Heating System Operating Costs
    For most of us, this is a great and important aspect when purchasing a system for the home. We all appreciate gadgets that help us save money on our monthly energy costs. It's also critical for the environment that we reduce our carbon impact. When compared to ducted air conditioners, ductless air conditioners are significantly less expensive to run.
  2. Ductless Air Conditioners Are More Efficient.
    Furthermore, ductless heating and cooling systems are quite efficient in terms of energy. It is known that a ductless system saves you 25 percent more energy than a system with ductwork. 
  3. A Ductless Hvac Installation Is Simple and Easy
    Due to the lack of ducts, ductless air conditioners may be installed in a fraction of the time that ducted air conditioners can. Furthermore, installation work is minimal, therefore, installation expenses are kept to a minimum.
  4. Easy to Install
    In comparison to window units, ductless units only require a tiny hole in the wall to be drilled, making them less prone to air leakage and security issues. They're also less apparent and noisy.

The Cons of A Ductless Heating and Cooling System

For most households, ductless has three drawbacks: initial expense, ongoing upkeep, and appearance. 

  • Ductless systems are several times more expensive than equivalent window or baseboard heating units for a single room solution. Furthermore, replacing your old central heating and cooling system with a complete ductless solution might cost two to three times as much as merely replacing it with another duct unit. You'll save money on your energy bills, but the payback period is determinant on your climate, how often you use the system, and your local power costs.
  • To keep your system running well, you'll need to clean the filters in each unit once a month (more often if you are a smoker or own pets). It is something you should not skip on: ductless fans can't tolerate collecting dirt, and if you put off maintenance until it's too late and professional cleaning is necessary, you'll wind up spending lots of money and perhaps shortening the life of your system.
  • Many homeowners are afraid to install ductless heating and cooling systems because they are not always attractive. They are available in conventional white or beige and are not coverable. 

What's the Ideal Situation for Ductless?

  • Garage spaces, extra rooms, and sunrooms and all new additions. The major advantage of ductless in this situation is that it will be correctly suited for the additional area and will not steal air from other rooms or overwork your existing HVAC system.
  • Assisting a room with particular heating and cooling issues.
  • Installing air conditioning in a home that lacks ducting. Although ductless air conditioning is expensive, it is less expensive than installing ducting to an existing home.
  • Ductless heating and cooling systems are great for generating separate temperature zones in various rooms.

Ductless Heating and Cooling vs Central System

A ductless air conditioning system is similar to a central air conditioning system. They're both made up of two parts: an outside condenser and an indoor evaporator/air handler. The heat is carried from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit, where it is discharged, by coolant passing between the two units. With a central air system, however, the cold air is sent via your furnace's air handling unit and into the ductwork, where it is distributed throughout the home. A ductless system employs a thin wire to connect the condenser to a wall box, eliminating the need for ducting and floor vents.

Call us today for all of your HVAC needs, including ductless installation, emergency heating and cooling system repairs, and maintenance. We'll be there for you every step of the way, from selecting the correct model to correctly installing your system and providing continuous maintenance and support. We are also hosting a current multi-zone ductless heat pump promotion that is one system for both heating & air conditioning. Heats the house to -30c ambient and is more efficient than a central system. 

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