4 Reasons to Invest in a Ductless HVAC Installation
Enhancing your home comfort in Arlington, VA, is easier than ever, with a wide variety of appliances and devices available to help. But no matter what the latest innovations offer, your HVAC system will always rank among your most prized possessions. If you’re shopping for a new air conditioning and heating system, consider a ductless HVAC installation.
As its name suggests, a ductless HVAC system doesn’t require ductwork to deliver conditioned air into your living spaces. As such, it’s easy to install. If you don’t want to pay to extend your central HVAC system’s ductwork to cool a new home addition or heat a converted garage, invest in a single-zone ductless HVAC installation.
Most people know ductless mini-splits as single-zone systems. You hang it inside a room to enjoy cooling and heating in that single space. But you can also install a multi-zone setup in a larger home to create several climate control zones. That way, everyone in your house can enjoy the precise temperature they prefer in the zone they’re occupying.
Save Money in Different Ways
Ductless HVAC systems offer savings in several ways. As mentioned, you can skip paying to extend ductwork, and you can also forgo duct cleaning and repair expenses. You’ll also save by not losing conditioned air to leaky ducts. What’s more, with a multi-zone setup, you’ll stop heating and cooling empty spaces, which lowers energy bills.
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
You waste a lot of energy and money cooling and heating a large house to enjoy comfort in one or two rooms at a time. That’s energy consumption has an impact on the environment. With a ductless HVAC system, you’ll lower your energy usage, utility bills and environmental impact. Mini-splits also use R22 refrigeration, which is non-ozone depleting.
Are you interested in learning more about mini-splits or scheduling a ductless HVAC installation? Contact Burns Heating & Air LLC today for more information.
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