How Ductless Systems Work
Most buildings have spaces within the walls, ceilings, and floors where ducts can be run in order to channel temperature treated air. These are great for most types of buildings. But what about situations where ducts are simply not available?
More often than not, this means we have to put up with noisy, drippy, and somewhat dangerous window units that come with a lot of problems. Traditional window cooler units are heavy. This means they have to be clamped or drilled in place. They mark up the window pane, draw moisture, frequently accumulate mold and bugs- and they are very noisy. Worst of all, it is usually very difficult to form a strong seal around these units, which means they are inefficient- and when you do manage to make a good seal- the appliance becomes a permanent feature, spoiling the view.
Ductless “mini-split” temperature treatment systems offer single zone or multi-zone climate control depending on your needs and your budget.
Ductless systems come in a variety of forms that cover a range of heating or cooling needs. They are much simpler to install than a new duct-dependent system. With a simple wall or floor mount and a single perforation in the wall to allow electrical and hoses to connect to the indoor unit, your new ductless system is ready to go to work.
In just one month’s time, you’re sure to notice the difference on your electric bill when you no longer have to heat or cool your whole house just to feel comfortable at your desk, reading nook, or wherever you spend most of your time.
Ductless HVAC units also work as dehumidifiers. This means they are ideal not just for anyone who wants an energy efficient system- but they are also great for creating a cleaner, more sanitary atmospheric conditions inside your home.
Say goodbye to noisy and inefficient window units that block your view, and say hello to the whisper-quiet ductless mini-split.
If you have any questions about how these systems work, or if you would like to schedule service, give Air Bourne Air a call today!