Are you ready to finally have the whole-home cooling and heating you’ve always wanted for your home? If you are like many people in the area without a whole-house ventilation system, you’ve probably had to relay a lot on temporary heating and cooling solutions.
In the summer, window AC units are noisy and largely inefficient in hot weather. In the winter, you might rely on portable heaters that you have to move every time you change seats, and electric heating is typically extremely inefficient.
That’s why we recommend a ductless mini-split system.
What the Installation It Looks Like
A ductless mini-split system is not like a standard room air conditioner or a window AC unit, both of which are not designed to be long-term, efficient solutions to your home comfort issues. It looks a lot more like a standard AC system, with an outdoor unit connected to the indoor components (but it’s actually a heat pump, which means it can also heat your home).
There are also indoor components located in various rooms of the home (or one room, if that’s all you need), and these are each connected to the outdoor unit with a refrigerant line. No major renovations are necessary; a technician just needs to drill a hole in the wall to connect the components. The indoor units are unobtrusive for the most part. While they do jut out from the wall, they are located up high and relatively out-of-view.
Why This May Be the Best Installation for Your Home
If you’ve always wished for whole-home cooling and heating, this may be the best option for your home. You won’t need to renovate your home to add in a ventilation system that you don’t really need. The installation process is not too difficult for a trained technician, and the system will operate much more efficiently than your other options, saving you money in the long run.
From the initial sizing to the final inspection, the whole process should only take about a day. There will be minimal disruption to your way of life, and the results are well worth it.
For all your air conditioning needs in Atlanta, GA, call the experts—Air Conditioning Experts, Inc.