A ductless air conditioner is a self-contained, split-system air conditioner. It has a powerful outdoor condensing unit and a smaller indoor air handler(s) to keep your home cool. Both units come with all the necessary components, including a drain pan, ready to install right out of the box.
A ductless air conditioner system moves heat from one space to another using a refrigerant with heat pump technology. Ductless air conditioners utilize a heat pump to circulate outside air via the tubing system. The air is blown over a coil, and as it travels across the tubing, it absorbs heat from your home. This air is pushed to the outside, allowing the system to cool your home.
The benefits of ductless air conditioning systems include ease of installation. If your current home doesn’t have ductwork, this may be a solution for you, since ductwork installation can be expensive. Instead, you can have smaller handler units in different rooms that are connected to the main outdoor unit. There are different indoor unit options where you can choose to have the handler units ceiling recessed or floor mount to blend in with each room’s personality and needs. Another benefit is that ductless air conditioning systems are energy-friendly since they don’t lose air through ducts.
Our expert technicians can offer you a solution to any of your heating and cooling needs. With complete refrigerant charging and unit maintenance services, we provide you with peace of mind knowing that you are “shedding the heat” and staying within EPA standards.
[Company_name] conditioning is a full-service company. We can install, repair, and maintain your heating and cooling systems, tankless water heaters, furnace filters, and install humidifiers. Don’t forget that a clean air duct system can lead to better air quality in your living space. Therefore, if your ducts need cleaning or repair, see us for this service too.
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