Ductless air conditioning systems can be the perfect answer for that room that’s never quite cool enough or for that new addition you’re building. It’s a low-maintenance and affordable option to upgrading to a newer AC unit.
The inside unit is typically mounted high up on a wall of the room where the cooling is needed. A small hole is cut to the outside where the lines providing electricity, drainage, and refrigerant come from the outdoor unit.
A heater is still needed, as the ductless AC only provides the air conditioning. You could still use your traditional furnace with ducts, or you could install a ductless unit that’s a combination AC and heater (adding a heat pump). This is the best option for that room that’s never quite cool or warm enough, no matter much you change the thermostat.
Many homes are now adding multiple units or “zones” throughout the entire house. If you have these multiple zones in your home, you can control the temperature on a per-room basis, instead of cranking up the AC for the whole home. Many times, that cool air is lost through ducts with holes or leaks. The ductless AC completely bypasses that issue and offers the efficiency like indoor geothermal without going geothermal.
While ductless AC systems require little maintenance, the installation definitely requires a professional. The certified technicians at Tassio Temperature Control have the expertise required: We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
You can also talk to Tassio about the health benefits to installing a ductless AC. Without needing ductwork, the health concerns about what could be blowing through your home via the ducts is eliminated.
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