Most conventional HVAC systems use air ducts to help heat and cool your home. There is nothing wrong with sticking to the norm, but sometimes we have homeowners who want more flexibility and control of their home’s temperatures. Say you want to keep your master bedroom colder than your living room, that is difficult to achieve with a standard HVAC system. However, with a ductless system, you can get that done with ease. So if you are curious about switching over to a ductless HVAC system, here are just some of the reasons you may want to switch over.
As mentioned earlier, with ductless HVAC systems, you can control the temperature of each room individually versus having the entire house be set to one temperature. With ductless systems, you can keep each room with a ductless mount installed at different temperatures and not worry about uneven heating or cooling. Likewise, if you don’t have air ducts in your home, then a ductless system is a step up in giving you control of your home’s temperature.
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For some, they don’t enjoy the sight of some air vents in particular spots, but thankfully with ductless HVAC systems, you have the choice of where to place your new vents. Ductless HVAC systems have wall and floor mounts that one of our professionals can install wherever you want, and they take up little space. Easily have your HVAC system out of sight and mind when you switch to a ductless system.
With the benefit of having control over each room a wall or floor mount is installed, you can save a lot of money on your energy bills as you do not need to have the AC or heat running as often as central air. Take a case in the winter, where a homeowner knows that their master bedroom rarely gets cold, but their kitchen tends to freeze up. With a central air system, you would have to keep the entire house heated at one temperature, meaning the HVAC system would use energy to heat that master bedroom. With a ductless system, you can heat your kitchen while having your master bedroom set to room temperature, so you’re not wasting money heating a room that does not need it.
At Air Conditioning Specialist, Inc. we know installing a new HVAC system can be overwhelming, so call us at (844) 256-6800, and we will make sure that we can find the best solution for you!