If you’re looking for an eco-friendly, efficient heating and cooling unit for your older home, ductless systems are a perfect choice. They are quiet and precise and offer consistent temperature control, making them ideal for homes that tend to be drafty. Below is a brief guide to ductless heating and cooling systems and why you should consider purchasing one.
The Advantages of Ductless Systems
What Is It?
Ductless HVAC mini-split units utilize what’s called INVERTER® compressors to evenly distribute heating or air conditioning to various rooms. They are quiet and energy-efficient, and they offer quick, precise temperature control throughout the home. Plus, they can balance the colder and warmer rooms for a more consistent climate overall.
Why Are They Better?
Aside from excellent temperature control and efficiency, ductless heating and cooling units have other benefits as well. Since they are energy-efficient, they save users money. They are smaller than other systems and require less electricity. These systems also give users the option to only heat or cool certain zones in the home, which can reduce costs even further. If you want to save money while reducing your carbon footprint, these systems are a perfect solution.
How Is It a Good Choice for Older Homes?
Older homes can tend to foster less-than-optimal air conditions, but ductless heating and cooling systems improve air quality with multi-phase filters that reduce allergens, dust, bacteria, and other airborne irritants. Their accurate, room-specific thermostats guard against cold or hot spots, which tend to be common in older-style houses.
If you’re looking to install a ductless heating and cooling system in the home, the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractors™ at Ultra Air in Clifton, NJ, has you covered. They have over 25 years of experience in the industry and offer products including AC units, ventilators, sensors, thermostats, gas heating, and electric heating systems. To learn more, visit their website or call (973) 450-1141 to schedule a free consultation.