A mini-split or ductless HVAC system has one or more indoor air handlers and an outdoor unit. These parts are connected by a conduit for the refrigerant. You can have the indoor units attached to your Wake Forest, North Carolina, home’s walls or ceilings. Ductless systems save energy, improve indoor air quality, and are easy to install.
A ductless system doesn’t need as much power as most other heaters and air conditioners. It doesn’t need to use energy to send conditioned air through ductwork. You also won’t lose energy to leaks, inadequate insulation, or poorly designed ducts. If you have more than one indoor air handler, you can use zoning to avoid heating or cooling empty rooms or zones. You and your family members can choose the temperatures you prefer for your rooms as well. That way, you can increase your comfort and get better sleep. A ductless HVAC system can eventually pay for itself by lowering your utility bills.
Better Indoor Air Quality
With a ductless system, you’ll never have to worry about dirty ducts or unpleasant smells traveling through your house. Each indoor unit has its own air filter, keeping pollutants such as dust, pollen, pet dander, and biological growth from spreading easily through your home or leading to poor indoor air quality.
A ductless system is ideal for a renovation or addition because it’s less costly than many other HVAC systems, and installation takes just a few hours. You won’t have to spend money getting ductwork designed or installed because all an installer needs to do is drill a hole that’s three inches to connect to the outdoor unit.
Mitchell Heating & Cooling has been in the HVAC industry since 1973. We can help you decide which ductless system is ideal for your home. Contact us at 919-948-3263 for 100 percent customer satisfaction and more information.
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