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3 Signs Ductless is the Right Choice

Today's HVAC manufacturers offer a wide variety of energy efficient cooling and heating systems. If you're shopping for a new system for your home, you might even find yourself overwhelmed by the available choices. In addition to picking a unit that is suited to your climate and the size of your property, you'll also need to choose between central air and ductless systems. Modern, efficient ductless systems are the perfect solution for consumers with a wide variety of heating and cooling needs.

Why Choose a Ductless System?

Ductless heating and cooling systems are so named because they don't rely on bulky ductwork to move treated air throughout your home. Instead, they use outdoor HVAC units paired with indoor air handlers via a small refrigerant line. These systems are both efficient and affordable. In fact, there are many reasons to choose a ductless system including:

  • Quick, stress-free installation
  • Whisper-quiet, reliable operation
  • High efficiency ratings
  • Excellent energy and cost savings

Going Ductless for Energy Efficiency

If you'd like to use a highly efficient HVAC system in your home to cut down on energy use and utility costs, ductless may be the right choice for you. These unique systems help cut down on costs by removing unpleasantly cold or hot air from your home before pumping treated air back inside. Ductless systems are also desirable because they don't suffer from the same loss of treated air as do traditional, central air systems.

Many people use ductless heat pumps to get the best in efficiency out of their heating and cooling systems. Heat pumps are popular because they are two-way systems, meaning that they can provide for both your heating and cooling needs throughout the year. In the winter, the heat pump pushes cold air out of your residence while drawing in heated air. In the summer, the operation is reversed so that the heat pump pushes hot air out of your home and replaces it with cooled air.

Going Ductless to Meet Design Restrictions

Meeting unique architectural needs is also a great reason to go ductless. If you're having a hard time deciding between ductless and central air, take time to think about your home's architecture. If you live in an older home that can't accommodate ductwork, a ductless system is a great choice. Ductless HVAC solutions also make a great deal of sense in small homes or condos where installing a central air system would be impractical or impossible.

Going Ductless to Meet Specific Cooling Needs

Many homeowners choose ductless systems because they have unique heating and cooling needs. For example, ductless systems may help to improve indoor air quality because they aren't prone to the same buildup and pollution problems as traditional ductwork. These systems also work well to meet other specific cooling needs including:

  • Serving as room air conditioners in residential and commercial spaces.
  • Meeting comfort needs in homes where not all rooms need to be heated or cooled.
  • Heating and cooling home additions and basements.
  • Heating and cooling garages.

Choosing Your New Ductless System

If you've decided that a ductless system is right for you, it's important to work with a qualified dealer who can help you choose the right system for your home. Find your local Mitsubishi Electric ductless heating and cooling contractor today to get started on making the switch to ductless.

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