5 Benefits of Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems

If you’re considering new heating installation, you want to be sure you’re choosing the best option for your home. Ductless heating and cooling systems are becoming more popular with homeowners. Here are five of the benefits of a ductless heating and cooling system.

Lower Energy Bills

A ductless heating and cooling system uses considerably less energy than a traditional HVAC system. Air leaks in your ducts waste energy. In fact, more than 30% of the energy that your HVAC system consumes is due to air loss. With a ductless system, you’ll see a reduction in your heating bills, and you won’t need to worry about air leaks.

Better Indoor Air Quality

With a traditional heating and cooling system, dust, dirt, and debris often accumulate in the air ducts. The dust and debris are then circulated throughout your home. That’s why it’s important to regularly clean your air ducts. With a ductless system, there’s no ductwork where dirt can build up. It incorporates air filtration that removes dust and allergens from the air.

Zoned Control

With a ductless system, there’s no need to argue with your family over the temperature. A ductless HVAC system allows you to divide your home into separate zones, each with its own thermostat. Each member of the family can select the temperature that’s most comfortable to them.

Saves Space

Unlike window units or central HVAC systems, a ductless system is compact and inconspicuous. Whether you select wall-mounted units, floor consoles, or ceiling cassettes, the indoor components of your heating and cooling system can easily blend into your home’s decor.

Quiet Operation

Ductless heating and cooling systems are much quieter to operate than a traditional HVAC system. You may not even notice that it’s running. You’ll simply enjoy warm air without a noisy distraction to go with it.

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