A ductless or mini-split heating and air conditioning system has an indoor air handler that’s connected to an outdoor unit by a conduit for refrigerant. These versatile devices work well for renovations, new construction, and existing houses. A ductless HVAC system can increase your Williamsburg, Virginia, home’s comfort, improve your indoor air quality, and help you save energy.
Many ductless systemshave more than one indoor air handler. That way, you can control them independently with zoning. Each area or zone has a separate thermostat, and you can use a programmable thermostat to make changes from a convenient central location. This makes compensating for uncomfortable drafts or warm spots easy, and it lets you avoid leaks in your ductwork. You can also choose the temperature you prefer for your bedroom without making people in other rooms too hot or cold.
Better Indoor Air Quality
Dirt, dust, pet dander, pollen, pest droppings, and other contaminants can travel through your home’s ductwork easily. With a ductless HVAC system, you can keep many pollutants from spreading. Each indoor air handler has its own air filter to prevent asthma or allergy symptoms, eye irritation, bad smells, and other consequences of poor indoor air quality.
Ductless systems don’t require as much power as most conventional systems because they don’t have to send conditioned air through ductwork. If your system has zoning, you can also avoid heating or cooling empty rooms. This reduces wear, preventing inconvenient breakdowns and extending your ductless HVAC system’s life. A ductless system can even pay for itself over time through utility savings and increase your home’s value.
Lighthouse Mechanical is a Trane Comfort Specialist and has been offering ductless systems since 2001. We can help you pick the best ductless system or a variety of other HVAC equipment for your home. For excellent, friendly service and a 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee, contact us at 757-251-0579.
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