Given how cold it’s been, you may have thought about changing your heating, ventilating, and cooling system. Usually, any time you upgrade, you’re likely to see energy- and cost-efficiency improvements. However, if you’re interested in extensive financial savings, consider upgrading to a ductless HVAC system. According to New England Energy Concepts, the precision of these systems is unparalleled. Here, this North Dighton, MA-based company explains just how economical these HVAC systems can be.
Because of how they're designed and connected, ducted systems can be incredibly wasteful. Every time you turn on your HVAC system, it will pump out hot or cold air through the ductwork and into every room with a vent. Although this is excellent when plenty of guests are visiting, it’s inefficient when there are only a few people indoors. Not to mention, it can add up quickly.
Ductless systems, on the other hand, allow you to heat up rooms with precision. For example, if you’re the only one who's home, a ductless HVAC system from Mitsubishi Electric® will allow you to turn on the heat in the living room alone. With this system, you no longer have to pay to warm up unoccupied spaces.
The compressor technology within these systems will also save you money. In a ducted system, the compressor constantly turns on and off and operates at full speed. This can cause the energy to spike every time it’s turned on again. A ductless system has an inverter-driven compressor, which stays on and maintains a steady output. This means the temperature never drops, and there are no unnecessary energy spikes.
If you would like to know more about ductless HVAC systems and how they can improve indoor temperatures and utility bills, call New England Energy Concepts at (508) 509-2711 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. Should you decide to have a ductless system installed, their role as a trusted Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractor™ ensures you get the best equipment. To learn more about their work and these products, visit the website.