The rising temperatures of the summer make keeping your home’s comfort a priority. A ductless mini-split system is a smart choice that provides a wide range of benefits, whether you add it to just one room or throughout the entire house. Here’s what you should know to decide whether it’s time to have an HVAC contractor install them in any of your rooms.
Why Should You Install a Ductless Mini-Split System?
1. Zoned Comfort
It’s not uncommon for one room in the home to be colder or warmer than all of the others. Each space gets its own amount of sunlight exposure and thermal transfer, so it doesn’t make sense to have one system in control of the entire home. A ductless system allows you to set a temperature for each separate room, so you can potentially keep a sunroom comfortable—without freezing the rest of the home.
2. Easy Installation
Unlike a central HVAC system, a mini-split option doesn’t require the installation of any ducts. The small pipes that connect the indoor and outdoor units require a small hole to be made in the wall, which is minimally invasive for your home and family. An HVAC contractor can install them throughout your entire home in just one day, and the quick installation means that it will be a cost-effective project.
3. Energy Efficiency
With a mini-split system, the air is cooled just outside of the home and doesn’t need to travel through any ducts, so no air will be lost on its way to the vents. Because you can set the thermostat individually for each room, you’ll avoid energy wasted by conditioning unused rooms.
If you are ready for efficient comfort and improved indoor air quality all summer long, have your HVAC contractor install a ductless mini-split system. Ziegler Heating Company has been providing air conditioning installations throughout the Ashtabula, OH, area for almost 80 years. The experts at this family-owned and -operated business have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau® for their goal to provide 100% satisfaction. Visit them online or call (440) 969-1141 to request a free estimate from an HVAC contractor.