Perhaps you’ve seen relatively small HVAC systems around schools, restaurants and retail stores in Atlantic Beach, FL. These are ductless mini-splits and are a top choice for your cooling needs. Here are some advantages of installing a ductless HVAC system in your home:
They’re Small and Allow Flexible Zoning
One key difference between mini-splits and traditional HVAC systems is their ability to allow airflow into different rooms. Ductless HVAC systems consist of a single outdoor unit together with multiple indoor distributing units. The indoor units thus allow separate cooling for different zones or rooms.
Another advantage is that all the zones feature thermostats for personal adjustments. Their small size allows for flexible positioning and energy saving.
Energy-Efficient and Cost-Effective
With most HVAC systems, energy losses occur within the ductwork. Ductless mini-splits can conserve up to 30% of the energy typically lost through ducts. You’ll save money if you use the mini-split system during the summer.
Cause and effect mean that more energy-saving and efficient use decreases your utility expenses. The ductless system’s versatility to cool separate zones also leads to more money saved as you use the energy only when and where you need it.
Quick and Easy Installation
The installation process of a ductless HVAC system is easy and takes less time than the traditional HVAC system. The pipes known as conduits linking the outdoor and indoor units are narrow and easy to connect.
Interior Decor Choices
Since ductless mini-splits are small, service technicians can install them anywhere to meet your decoration requirements. They’re also made out of attractive material in modern, appealing designs. Consider installing the mini-splits on the walls or your ceiling.
Ductless mini-splits are the best and most efficient way to meet your cooling needs. Contact us at Ed’s Comfort Solutions to hire our experts to install and provide maintenance for your ductless HVAC system.
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