All this talk about ductless air conditioning may have you wondering what it’s really all about. Sure, as its name implies, a mini-split system runs without the intricacies of ductwork — but, so what? If you find yourself asking that very same question, please, allow us to explain…
Imagine having high-quality home heating and cooling capabilities, personalized for each room in your home. Well, with a ductless mini-split system, you will! There will be no more worrying about zoning and rezoning post-remodeling. Simply have your HVAC technician pop up an additional unit, set it to your liking, and enjoy!
It may seem like having your home’s heating and cooling systems centralized and controlled by one or two thermostats would give you the best bang for your buck — but think again! No matter how you slice it, different areas of your home will heat and cool at different rates depending on a number of factors. That being said, trying to regulate temperatures for all those spaces with a one-size-fits-all approach can get pretty costly. (Not to mention that ductless systems operate on less power to begin with.)
We’ve explained how ductless mini-splits can be economically efficient already, but did you know they can also work wonders to boost your home’s indoor air quality as well? A system with no ductwork means there’s less of an opportunity for dust and debris to collect. Plus, ductless units offer multi-stage filtration per unit as well.
Are you sold on adding a new ductless mini-split system to your home? If you live in the Fairfield County area, Tyler Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration LLC is the number one HVAC contractor for the job!