If you are looking to upgrade or add to your current air conditioning unit, you may consider installing a ductless HVAC system. Homes that do not have forced air heat system usually make use of these ductless systems.
Ductless air conditioning systems don’t utilize heating ducts from traditional forced air furnace systems. These are more commonly installed in houses located in warmer climates or homes built without furnace and ductwork systems.
Here are some of the things that you need to know before you decide on a ductless HVAC system.
A ductless air conditioning unit is much like the more common split type units which has an indoor unit to cool the air and an outdoor unit where the heat and moisture produced from the process of air cooling is vented out. These units are usually connected by tubes that carry electricity and moisture to the outside unit.
This type of air conditioning system uses a thermostat which is mounted inside the room where the air cooling unit is located. Ductless systems can only be used to cool one room or space at a time. It is, unfortunately, ineffective to transfer cooled air from one room to another. To effectively cool larger rooms, you can choose to buy a unit with a high velocity blower or fan.
When compared to window or wall mounted air conditioning units, these ductless systems are obviously smaller in size. They don’t need to be removed when temperature drops and they don’t interfere with a home’s security system.
Ductless HVAC systems work like conventional air conditioning units in that they automatically adjust based on the current room temperature and have the option to cycle on or off.
Air conditioning units are an important feature in every home . They help to regulate temperature and humidity in a room while contributing to the homeowner’s health and comfort with circulated air.
Learn more about the different HVAC systems by contacting Air Comfort Heating & Cooling now.
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