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Air Conditioning Question 2: Why Go Ductless?

If you’re in the market for a new AC, then you have a staggering range of options available to you, from conventional central air and heat pumps to ductless mini split, geothermal, and solar air conditioning systems. With the exception of the ductless mini split, all of these systems use extensive ductwork in the walls, ceilings, and floors of your home to remove and distribute air. But, while ductwork has become a standard feature of homes that need cooling solutions, that’s no longer necessary with the latest developments in ductless technology. There are some good reasons to consider going ductless. For air conditioning services in Atlanta, call Air Conditioning Experts today!

  • Energy efficiency: Ductwork can account for up to 30% energy loss in your home. That’s a substantial volume of cool air that you’re paying for. Even with duct sealing and routine cleaning, they can still suffer loss when they move through uninsulated spaces of your home, like the attic or a crawlspace. Ductless mini split systems are highly efficient, with SEER ratings of up to 27, making them some of the most energy efficient air conditioners on the market today, mainly because the air handlers sit directly in the living space, typically up to four units per outdoor compressor/condenser.
  • Zone Control: Because of their design, ductless mini split air conditioners offer you an unprecedented amount of control over your cooling. If you’re frustrated at the thought of cooling the kitchen while everyone sleeps upstairs, then you’re probably looking for a way to customize each zone of your living space. Perhaps your kids like their room at 75 °F, but you enjoy a 70 °F. This is no longer a problem. This will not only improve your comfort, but also increase the energy efficiency of your home.
  • Air quality: If you’re bothered by allergens every cooling season, or by the amount of dust that can collect in ductwork, then consider going ductless to improve the air quality of your home. Sleep, compact air handlers have a built-in air filter to distribute cool air directly into your living space, without it having to pass through dusty ductwork.

Speak to your local AC technician to see if a ductless air conditioning sysem is right for your home. For more information about air conditioning in Atlanta, contact Air Conditioning Experts today!

 

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