If you’re thinking about upgrading to a better HVAC system, you might want to consider installing a ductless heating and cooling system. This is usually the go-to choice for people living in newly-constructed or renovated houses and homes without existing ductwork.
In this blog, local cooling and heating repair contractor M & M explains the many ways this home comfort equipment can help drive your energy costs down.
A Two-In-One HVAC System
A ductless HVAC system provides both heating and cooling, which means you don’t have to invest in a second piece of equipment to meet your year-round comfort needs. When you need cool air in the summer, the unit will transfer heat from inside the house to the outside. When you need warmth in the colder months, the unit will do the same, but in reverse.
Less Energy Consumption
Traditional central heat and air systems utilize a network of ducts that distribute heating and cooling to every room in your home. Over time, these ducts can develop gaps, tears and holes, causing the unit to work harder to maintain the desired indoor temperatures. This, in turn, can impact your home’s energy consumption. By switching to a ductless HVAC system, you won’t have to worry about duct cleaning and maintenance. Plus, it can help you lower your monthly heating and cooling bills.
Full Home Comfort Control
A ductless HVAC system allows for what’s called zone-based heating and cooling. It can have multiple separate indoor air-handling units for each outdoor unit, depending on how many rooms you have in your house. This allows you to manipulate the temperature in every room. Unlike traditional heating and cooling units, ductless types don’t lose efficiency, even with prolonged periods of use.
M & M Heating & Air Conditioning Service Co. is a Carrier® Factory-Authorized Dealer, which means we offer service and installation of some of the best, most well-loved HVAC units available on the market. To learn more about our furnace, air conditioning and ductless system products, call us at (209) 952-6580. You can also fill out our contact form to request service or obtain a free estimate.