Should I Switch to a Ductless System?
Do you have a forced-air system? If so, ductwork makes heating and cooling your Washington home possible. The air conditioner and heater combination is a standard comfort solution for many Tacoma homeowners like you. But contrary to what you may have heard, it’s not always the most efficient option.
Inefficient, leaky, and improperly installed ductwork can result in air loss. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) estimates ductwork is responsible for a loss of 30 percent of your home’s heating and cooling energy.
Are you seeking an option that’s more cost-effective in the long run? Consider installing a ductless mini split system. Ductless mini splits are quieter, easier to maintain, and can be more energy efficient than a standard HVAC system. Call Resicon LLC today to learn more.
How Do Ductless Mini Splits Work?
Ductless mini splits offer both heating and cooling. A small conduit connects an indoor air handler to an outdoor condenser. Adding multiple air handlers to different areas of your home allows you to create a zone control system.
What Are the Benefits of Going Ductless?
In many cases, ductless units have a leg up on traditional HVAC systems. Want to see if a ductless system is suitable for your Washington home? Schedule an in-home consultation with your Resicon LLC professional.
Investing in a ductless HVAC system can help you save more money in the long run. Ductless systems are extremely efficient. They don’t require any ductwork, which means no energy loss from leaks or tears. If you’re looking to reduce your utility bills and carbon footprint, it pays to go ductless.
“Are you sure it’s on?” That’s what our Tacoma customers often ask us after an installation. Ductless mini splits are one of the quietest HVAC products available. You will enjoy peace and quiet without compromising your home comfort.
Fine-Tuned Temperature Control
Each ductless unit runs independently, allowing individual temperature control in different rooms or sections in your home. That means no more fighting over the thermostat. Additionally, you can reduce consumption by adjusting the temperature of certain rooms when you’re not inside them.