Ductless HVAC systems usually have several indoor air handling units connected to an outdoor compressor or condenser by a small conduit. Ducts to move air aren't necessary because the indoor air handlers can heat or cool the air that's already in rooms. Ductless heat pumps are usually more expensive at first than conventional systems, but lower utility bills and other savings make them more economical over time. A ductless system can keep your Mobile, Alabama, home comfortable by improving your indoor air quality, making zoning easy, and preventing warm spots or drafts.
Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
Many ductless heat pumps have multi-stage filtration systems to remove pollutants like dust, dirt, mold, pollen, pet dander allergens, and bacteria from the air. This prevents uncomfortable asthma attacks, allergy symptoms, and many other health problems. Also, ductless systems don't have ducts that can leak and spread contaminants through your home.
Make Zoning Easy
You can use zoning to set a different temperature in each room or area for each of your indoor units. Each unit has its own thermostat, and you won't have to heat or cool unoccupied rooms. Guests and family members can also change the temperature in the room or zone where they're relaxing or doing household chores. Many systems come with a remote or a programmable thermostat to help you stay comfortable easily.
With a ductless system, your home won't have as many uncomfortable warm areas or drafts. If parts of your home tend to be warm or chilly, you can place units in those areas to make sure your family stays comfortable. Indoor units with a variety of looks are available, and you can have them installed almost anywhere.
Air Specialty is a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer with more than 20 years of experience. We can help you install, maintain, and repair a great ductless HVAC system, along with a range of other equipment. Call us anytime at 251-545-3337 for expert service from one of our friendly technicians.
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