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ductless ac systemsDuctless AC systems have been available for sometime. They are the best option for residential and home buildings when you want to control the temperature of your home efficiently and do not want to have, or can’t have ducts. They outperform traditional outdated units and offer various advantages that make them the best option for upgrading your cooling system including price and speed of installation

Below, you will learn about various different reasons why you should opt for a ductless air conditioner. Read them carefully so that you don’t miss out on this excellent option. If you then wish to discuss your ductless ac system installation, then do not hesitate to contact us.

Perfect for multifamily housing

For multifamily housing, ductless AC systems offer various advantages. They are easy to install, you don’t need any distribution duct work. You don’t need to install the duct work since mini splits are ‘ductless’ systems and distribute the air evenly within the area. Depending on the size of your building or living space, will determine the no of units needed to achieve your air conditioning goal.

A great choice for small apartments

When you have central heating or a cooling system installed in a building, it might prove expensive to extend the distribution duct work to an add-on room or a small apartment. Ductless mini splits are perfect as they will save you money that you’d spend on duct work and  can work efficiently within small spaces, often out performing larger systems in terms of cost and viability.

Small and flexible air conditioners

ductless ac systemsDuctless mini splits are small in size and they offer great flexibility. Some of the newer models let you install up to four indoor mini splits, each with its own thermostat – all connected to a single outdoor unit. Call us to discuss your options.

Unlimited styles

When it comes to interior design, you can’t beat mini splits. They come in various shapes and colors. You can suspend them from the ceiling and give your room a unique style. Alternatively, you can settle for traditional style and hang a mini split on your room’s wall. They are unobtrusive and do not take up much space and some modern units are almost whisper quiet.

Save energy and money

When you decide to install mini splits, you can expect to save energy and money. It’s because these systems are ductless. Duct losses are zero, which makes these systems extremely energy efficient. You can cool specific areas of your home at specific times using these ductless mini splits. This allows you to bring down the costs of using a central heating and cooling system to maintain temperature.

Environment-friendly and minimal carbon footprint

When you install ductless AC systems, you can expect to reduce your carbon footprint. These Air conditioning systems have high energy efficiency and can control the temperature of your home strategically. You can run these units in specific rooms where you want to change temperature giving you a lot of control in all areas of your home or even your business.

Different temperature zones for match everyone’s preferences

With ductless AC systems, you can satisfy everyone’s temperature preferences by setting the different temperature in different rooms. Ductless air conditioners allow you to set a different temperature for different rooms and make everyone happy at home.

Noise-free operation

When you install a ductless AC in your room, you don’t feel its motors running. There won’t be any noise and you will enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep. All the main parts of a ductless air conditioner are outside your home. That means you don’t have to listen to motors running.

Ductless AC systems are easy to install and they perform at high efficiency. They don’t make noise and they reduce your footprint on the environment. Replace your traditional air conditioner with a mini-split today to save money and energy.



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