When summer temperatures approach sweltering in Longview, Texas, you want every room in your home to stay cool and comfortable. Whether you’re adding on to your home or you want extra cooling power in certain rooms, find out where a ductless air conditioning system can give you the cooling efficiency you need.
In many homes, the bedrooms are the furthest rooms from the core of your house. That means your HVAC system often has to work harder to cool bedrooms. At the peak of summer, sometimes your HVAC system alone just isn’t enough.
The experienced air conditioning technicians at JD’s A/C know that you need to cool off at the end of a long, hot, day. That’s why we install ductless air conditioning systems to provide targeted cooling where you need it most. With a ductless system in your bedroom, you can avoid the need to keep reducing the thermostat setting and overcooling the rest of your home just to get a cool night’s sleep.
A sunroom adds valuable indoor living space to your home, but this area can be hard to keep cool when the temperatures rise. Instead of missing out on the use of your sunroom or wasting energy trying to keep it cool in the summer, give this area its own cooling system.
A ductless system is ideal for sunrooms and other sunny parts of your home that tend to be too warm, no matter what you do to keep them cool. Many of our efficient mini-split systems even come with turbo mode so you can cool your space quickly.
Whether you’re adding a new room or a whole new wing to your house, modifying the existing ductwork can be expensive and time consuming. Rather than adding on to your HVAC system or installing a second one, rely on a ductless system instead. Installation is quick and easy, and you won’t have to worry about tackling your existing ductwork.
Ready to install a ductless system in your bedroom, sunroom, or new addition? Call the air conditioning experts at JD’s A/C at (903) 759-7483 to learn more.
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