What are the benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning?


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Efficiency

Did you know some traditional forced air systems can lose up to 40% of its cooling through the ductwork alone? Because there are no ducts our systems lose less than 5%. Increased efficiencies mean lower utility bills.

Productivity

Studies have shown that, on average, work performance decreases by 2% per degree increase when the temperature is above 25C. Ductless air conditioning is the ideal way to keep your workspace cool, comfortable and your staff working productively.

Zonal Control

Ductless systems give you the freedom to make the best of your living or working space by offering the personal comfort of a central air system along with the convenient zonal control of a window unit. The flexible product options can be dedicated to a single room or throughout an entire space.

Ductless systems are often used to heat or cool converted spaces lacking ductwork or to take care of hot or cold spots. They can also be used in temperature-sensitive rooms where storage or data needs to be protected. These high-efficiency systems can even help you save money by keeping your most-used spaces more comfortable, potentially allowing you to spend less on heating and cooling the rest of your space.

Quiet Operation

Ductless air conditioners are comprised of an indoor and outdoor unit, which allows for a peaceful inside environment by enabling the contractor to install louder components like the compressor and motor outdoors.

No Ducts

Copper tubing running through a small 3 to 4 inch opening in the wall or ceiling easily connects the indoor and outdoor units. Refrigerant is cycled through these lines from the outdoor condensing unit to the indoor units, where the air is quietly distributed to the interior space. By eliminating the need for bulky ductwork, ductless air conditioning is the ideal solution for older buildings or new additions where installing ductwork would take up valuable square footage.

Whole home/business comfort

By providing just the right amount of heating and cooling specifically where you need it provides a comfortable environment throughout your building. Indoor units vary by size and style and each creates its own ‘zone’ of comfort, allowing you to heat or cool individual rooms, hallways or open spaces exactly as you want it.