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3 Reasons to Go Ductless

You don’t have any ducts, which means it can be really difficult to get the heating and cooling power you need to stay comfortable. While other people have whole-home systems they can easily control from a central thermostat, you’re stuck with portable heaters and/or window units that don’t really do a sufficient job at keeping you comfortable.

But these aren’t the only options available to people without air ducts. And you don’t have to make any major renovations to get the whole-home comfort you crave. Check out 3 more reasons to go ductless!

Whole-Home Heating and Cooling

If you don’t have a central heating and air conditioning system, this is probably the major appeal of getting a ductless AC and heating system. Blower units mount high up in the wall or on the ceilings, sending air directly into the room. You’ll have an outdoor unit, too, but the inside and outside components connect with a simple renovation, a small hole in the wall to connect them with a refrigerant line.

Zone Control

This feature may make your neighbors with standard central AC and heating systems a bit jealous. Built-in zone control allows you the ability to keep each room or zone at a different temperature, if you wish. If one family member prefers a cooler temperature than everyone else, they can retreat to a bedroom and set the thermostat to their preferred setting without affecting the rest of the house.

Long-Term Savings

Finally, you’ll save more in the long run with a ductless system than you would running individual window units in each room. These cost a lot of energy to operate, and they usually have trouble getting the home to an acceptable temperature. What you save in the long term matters more than this initial cost, as it is likely to offset that starting price tag.

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