4 Reasons to Invest in a Ductless Mini-Split
4 Reasons to Go Ductless: Perks of a Mini-Split Heat Pump
Here in Massachusetts, summer can turn to autumn in the blink of an eye. Luckily for homeowners, there is an easy, affordable way to keep things comfortable no matter how temperatures may fluctuate: the ductless mini-split system. Ductless mini-splits, also known as high-efficiency electric heat pumps, offer energy-efficient cooling and heating without breaking the bank.
Ductless mini-split systems are made up of one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units that work in tandem to cool your entire home or selected rooms. In the summer, you can enjoy the perks of even cooling without the hassle of installing costly central A/C. When temperatures start to drop, the heat pump draws outdoor heat energy inside to provide extra warmth.
Top 4 Reasons to Install a Ductless Mini-Split
1. Lower Energy Bills
Forget bulky, energy-sucking window units! High-efficiency equipment produces a greater output while using less energy. This results in significantly reduced energy bills. When you invest in an energy-efficient system, you can take advantage of savings for years to come.
2. Additional Heating
Heat-capable ductless mini-split systems are the perfect solution for homeowners in New England. They provide even cooling in the summer months and can keep your family warm during chilly evenings before it’s time to start up your main heating source. An added bonus: you can use your heat pump to offset winter fuel costs too!
3. Hassle-Free Installation
Ductless mini-split systems are just that: ductless. With no ductwork required, they are cost-effective and easy to install. The indoor units are sleek in design and can be affixed to any wall of your choice. If you already have ductwork in place, this is a great option to provide heating or cooling to spaces beyond ductwork reach, like additions, sun porches, or attics.
4. Improved Air Quality
Breathe easy. Newer home comfort systems have the ability to reduce the amount of typical pollutants and allergens commonly found in household air.
Are you ready to go ductless? Contact us today to learn more and schedule your installation!