When it comes to HVAC systems, there isn’t a shortage of options. No matter your comfort needs, there’s an HVAC system that can meet them. If you’re adding a new home addition or converting your home’s garage to a living space, you probably think you need to extend the ductwork to heat and cool it. But you don’t. Read on to learn three reasons to consider a ductless mini-split installation for your new living space in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Extending ductwork to accommodate a new living space takes time and money. You have to plan if you’re thinking about taking this approach. On the other hand, investing in a ductless mini-split system is a quicker and cheaper solution. A professional service technician can install a ductless mini-split system in as little as a few hours.
So you’ve already saved money by not having to extend your home’s ductwork. But that isn’t the only way you’ll save by installing a ductless mini-split system in your new living space.
Your home’s HVAC system turns on and off throughout the day. As it does, it heats or cools the entire house – both empty and occupied rooms. Ductless mini-split systems use less power to operate, and they deliver conditioned air directly into the living space you’re occupying. You won’t have to heat or cool that new home addition if you aren’t in it. You can use multiple ductless mini-splits systems to create temperature zones in your home. As a result, you’ll avoid heating and cooling empty spaces and wasting energy.
Ductless mini-split systems use less energy to operate and help you conserve more. But that isn’t the only way they help you reduce your impact on the environment. These systems use R410A refrigerant, which has zero ozone depletion potential.
Do you want to get down with ductless? Contact Carolina Custom Air today at 843-654-4229 to learn more about this and the other emerging HVAC technologies we focus on.
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