Energy-efficient Ductless Mini-split Air Conditioning Systems
Live in a home that can't handle the ductwork required by a central AC system? Don't want an unsightly (and loud!) AC unit hanging out of the wall or window of your home?
If you answered yes to these questions, quiet and energy-efficient ductless mini-split AC systems are the solution for you. A ductless air conditioning system provides a flexible solution for your home’s cooling needs and it is a great alternative for room additions or anywhere that ductwork placement is difficult. Ductless air conditioning systems can be installed in the ceiling, on the wall, or near the floor.
What is a ductless, mini-split AC system?
A ductless mini-split system involves an indoor evaporator unit and an outdoor condensing unit with refrigerant lines installed, which are connected through a small three-inch hole.
While a central air conditioner cools an entire home, ductless mini-splits allow you to target only rooms you want cooled. This saves you energy, and makes room zoning inexpensive.
Ductless air conditioning systems operate quietly, install easily, are energy efficient and environmentally friendly, and allow individual zoning and less expense. For all of these reasons, a ductless mini-split air conditioning system may be just the right solution for meeting your needs.
Your Local Ductless AC Experts
At Here A/C & Refrigeration, we’re dedicated to staying on top of the latest developments in HVAC so we can offer you the most efficient, dependable air conditioning systems available. Our friendly, experienced technicians are here to help you tackle any cooling challenge. As your local ductless AC system contractors, we’ll be happy to evaluate your space and help you explore your ductless options. We’ve proudly served our local community for more than 15 years and look forward to helping you meet your comfort and budget demands.
Discover the Benefits of Going Ductless this Summer
Ductless systems distribute warm or cool air more efficiently and evenly than traditional electric heaters, making your living areas more comfortable. A single indoor unit can heat and cool a large living space, making these systems especially suitable for homes with open floor plans.
An installer can easily set up this highly efficient system as a new primary heat source in electrically heated homes. Ductless systems heat and cool homes for a fraction of the cost of baseboard, wall and ceiling heat or electric furnaces.
HEATING AND COOLING IN ONE
Control your comfort no matter the season—your ductless system comes standard with air conditioning, providing you with year-round energy-efficient heating and cooling. You can set up multiple zones for maximum comfort and efficiency.
EASY, LOW-COST INSTALLATION
Ductless systems do not require expensive and invasive ductwork, allowing you to retain the original aesthetic of your room. A ductless installation is hassle-free and can be completed in a couple of days.
BREATHE CLEANER, HEALTHIER AIR
Air purifying filters absorb dust, pollen, germs, mildew and odor-causing gases. A ductless system will consistently circulate fresh, healthy air throughout your home, so allergy sufferers in your family can breathe easy.
Many local utilities are helping their customers upgrade to this energy-efficient alternative. To encourage their customers to go ductless, some utilities are offering cash incentives for ductless heating and cooling system installations.
THEY DON'T TAKE UP MUCH SPACE
Their compact size makes ductless AC units perfect for cooling small living spaces, such as apartments and dorm rooms. They’re also great for cooling individual rooms in larger homes, particularly basements and attics, which are usually not
ventilated well. Also, ductless air conditioners are easy to store because of their small size.
EASY TO OPERATE
Most ductless air conditioners have a remote control that enables you to easily increase or lower the temperature of the air coming from your unit. Feeling too cold in bed? You can adjust the room temperature with your remote control, without getting out of the covers. Try doing that with a central air conditioning system.
THEY ARE QUIET
Traditional air conditioners can make a lot of noise, but ductless ones are quiet. The noise they make is usually no more than a quiet hum. It amounts to background noise that is easily drowned out by conversation, music and television.