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Ductless Split System Heating Services

Ductless systems, also known as mini-splits, are a great alternative for retrofits or "problem" rooms that never seem to be able to maintain a comfortable temperature. These systems offer virtually unlimited configurations to suit a wide array of needs and in many cases offer greater efficiency than traditional systems.

Ductless Multi-Room Cooling

Multi-zone ductless AC units allow you to independently adjust the temperature in different rooms. This allows individuals to program their surrounding to their comfort levels - no more arguing over the thermostat or putting up with a house that's too hot or too cold for your liking. Beyond just the comfort aspect, zones provide an incredibly efficient way to bring air conditioning to your home. You won't be wasting energy cooling rooms that aren't in use, or running your equipment overtime to cool off one room, while another is far too cold. In the end, this means your energy consumption is less, your carbon footprint is smaller, and your monthly bill is lower.

Ductless Single Room Cooling

Warm weather can expose a lot of flaws in the design of your home. Whether you have a room that just doesn’t cool down, or you’ve build an addition that’s not included in the home’s original duct work, you may find that certain areas become nearly unusable in summer months. By fitting an easy-to-install and user-friendly ductless system in a problem room, you’ll provide an incredibly effective way to bring down temperatures and provide a comfortable environment in sunrooms, guest bedrooms, refinished attics, and top floor apartments that need sufficient temperature control

Lowering Energy Cost with a Split Cooling System

Having a split system installed throughout the home can dramatically reduce energy costs. This is a result of how they are installed. They allow for the installation of multiple small units, which require less output than larger, single units. Basically, homeowners are able to have a split system placed in heavy use rooms.