Spring-cleaning is meant to bring you comfort, and switching out the old with the new is part of the process. If you’ve been considering upgrading or replacing your air conditioning unit, you may want to consider a split ductless system.
There are many different ways in which a split ductless system can be used, but here are three options that may solve a problem you’re having with your current home comfort system:
- Multi-split system for your whole home – If you’re seeking an efficient alternative to a central air system this may be the fit for you. If you’re going to need new ductwork in your home to add conventional central air conditioning, a ductless system could save you thousands of dollars!
- Complimenting a boiler or electric baseboards – Radiant heating solutions can be very beneficial for the consistency and price of your comfort, but you might need something else to keep you cool in the summer. That something can be an easy-to-install ductless system!
- For rooms over the garage (or anywhere else) that are always too hot – Ductless Mini-split systems can complement a central air or other whole-home HVAC unit that isn’t quite reaching some spots. Rooms over the garage or new additions often have trouble reaching the same comfort level as the rest of the home and a mini-split Ductless system can help.
Split ductless systems are a perfect solution to your air conditioning needs for a number of reasons. For starters, they’re easy to install. Since they are indeed ductless, the time and effort it takes to install split ductless systems is much less than a typical air conditioning system. They can also offer more consistency and control because each unit has the ability to be individually controlled.
Split ductless systems offer a slew of benefits, a major one being Energy Star certification. A lot of models are certified efficient through Energy Star and will not only make a big difference for your utility bills, but will also significantly reduce your carbon footprint on the environment. With significantly more efficient systems like these, it can be hard to deny the savings you’ll see over the system’s lifetime.
Delta Air Systems is happy to answer any of your questions and help you choose the right split ductless system for your home. Click here to get in touch with us today!