Ductless Heating and Air: An Appealing Alternative
With utility costs skyrocketing across the country, many home and business owners are opting for more flexible heating and air solutions. Sometimes called “split systems,” Ductless Heating and Air units are small devices that are comprised of one outdoor unit and 1-2 indoor units that push air into different zones. With the ability to customize rooms to desired temperatures, ductless systems provide exceptional year round comfort.
While there are many advantages to ductless systems, owners typically have one thing in mind when they choose to install their units—cost savings. When compared to traditional HVAC systems, ductless systems are smaller and require less power to operate. By creating “zones” in the home, owners will no longer have to heat or cool rooms that are not occupied. Additionally, those that install ductless systems may be eligible for tax credits or rebates for the year that their system is installed.
The efficiency of ductless heating and air systems surpass standards established by the federal government. By reducing the total carbon output, the quality of the air in your home and business is cleaner and better. With multi-stage filtration, these systems also reduce dust, bacteria, and pollen. In addition, ductless systems are environmentally friendly, because they use a special refrigerant known as R410A, which has zero ozone depletion capabilities.
As a home or business owner considering a ductless system, you’ll be glad to know that installation for these systems is quick and easy. In as little as one day, your system can be up and running.
ClimateSmith, LLC, serves residents and businesses in the Alpharetta and surrounding communities with premiere HVAC services. Our certified and insured technicians are highly skilled in installing ductless systems. With a wide range of options for interior design and placement of your unit, you’ll see why these systems are an appealing alternative to traditional systems. Call us today to see what we can do for your commercial or residential HVAC system.
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