You’ve probably heard of ductless cooling before, and seen small indoor devices in offices and hotels. If you’re thinking of installing or updating the air conditioning system in your home, you should know these advantages to split air systems.
With a traditional central air system, vents carry cool air through the home from an outdoor unit. Since all the cooling comes from one small area, the way air is distributed means you might end up with some rooms that feel icy cold while others stay too warm and never seem to get enough cool air to make you comfortable.
Split air systems give you options that get rid of that uneven distribution issue by letting you focus the cool air on one area of the home. You can install a split system or split-ductless heating and cooling system in your home. The advantage here is a cost-effective replacement to window ac units, electric baseboard heaters, and space heaters.
Ductless systems can even be added to specific rooms in a home using ducted forced-air conditioning.
Why ductless? Heating costs are on the rise all around the country and homeowners are tired of paying for inefficient systems.
Ductless systems are smaller than traditional ac systems and cost less money to operate because they use less power. And, since cool air goes straight into the room you need it, there’s no loss of efficiency with air travelling through a vent system. Installing multiple split systems also allows you to create “zones “of heating and cooling so you don’t have to use energy on rooms you don’t spend time using.
There are often also tax credits and rebates available when you go ductless.
Because split air systems use a multi-filtration system they remove allergens, dust, and pollutants from the air increasing the air quality in your home.
With a traditional forced-air system, dust gets trapped over time and yearly maintenance cleaning is a must.
Ductless split air systems are quick and easy to install. Instead of weeks tearing up a home for an invasive system, split air systems use small pipes. With only a 3-inch hole required, walls are safe from expensive projects and rebuilds.
Not only will you save, but you’ll also decrease your energy use by switching to these small concentrated systems. Split air systems are energy star rated and also use a better coolant for the environment. R410A, in ductless systems won’t deplete the ozone like older coolants used in forced air systems.
You may have known just a little before about split air systems and now you have the information to start thinking about the best option for your home. We can help.
Call Aire-Tech Air Conditioning & Heating for split air conditioner repair in Perris, CA today at (626) 795-8880.