Upgrade without Installing Duct Work

So you are finally ready to get rid of that old boiler, and upgrade to forced air heating. Some homeowners want forced air because they want to install central air conditioning and others want to upgrade simply for improved energy efficiency. However, installing duct work in a finished home can cost thousands alone and can greatly disturb the home. There is a better way to get forced air in your home with a mini split ductless heating and cooling system.

Solving Your Heating and Cooling Problems

A mini split ductless heating and cooling system is very unique. Through the use of one centralized condenser you can heat and cool each room in the home individually. Wall mounted systems are installed in the target rooms and a remote control can individually adjust the temperature to the desired levels in each space. This system solves many problems all at once, including:

  • Thermostat Wars: Every member of your family may be comfortable at a different temperature. This often leads to what we like to call, “thermostat wars,” but a mini split system will solve this problem. Every family member can set their system to a different temperature that matches their comfort level.
  • Uneven Temperatures: Other homes suffer from uneven temperatures. No matter what you do some rooms are too hot while others are too cold. Customized settings allow you to adjust the amount of heating and cooling that goes to a particular room and you will be able to truly balance the temperatures within the home.
  • One System for both Heating and Cooling: One condenser handles both heating and cooling needs. You don’t have to maintain multiple units and they also double as air cleaners that have reusable, easy to clean filters that can last up to ten years!
  • Energy Efficient: These units are extremely energy efficient and often Energy Star rated depending on the manufacturer you choose.
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