A ductless HVAC system, also called a mini-split or multi-split system, has an outdoor unit and one or more indoor units, similar to conventional systems. Instead of ductwork, air travels through a small conduit. This saves energy and makes leaks less likely. Ductless systems also prevent drafts and uncomfortably warm or cool areas in your White Oak, Texas, home. A ductless HVAC system can keep you comfortable with high indoor air quality, quiet operation, and zoning options.
Leaks in ductwork can spread mold, dust, pollen, pet dander, and other contaminants around your home. You’ll have higher indoor air quality with a ductless system. Many ductless HVAC systems come with multi-stage filtration to remove allergens and bacteria from the air. This prevents unpleasant allergy symptoms, asthma attacks, and many other health problems.
Ductless systems are much quieter than traditional HVAC systems because they don’t have to move air through long, winding ducts. You also eliminate the chance of insects or small animals making a home in ductwork. The fans are smaller and quieter, and the sound of moving air is less noticeable.
With a ductless system that has more than one indoor unit, you can set the temperature differently for each area or zone. The approximately 50 feet of tubing provides many options as far as placement is concerned. Each indoor unit has its own thermostat, and you can control many zoning systems with remotes or programmable thermostats. Zoning lowers your utility bills because you don’t have to heat or cool rooms that aren’t occupied. You can make sure your family is comfortable by setting each zone to its ideal temperature. For example, during the cooling season, a kitchen may not need as much heat as a living room with large windows.
JD’s A/C can install, maintain, and repair your ductless heating and air conditioning system to your satisfaction. We have over 30 years of experience, and we can also help with a variety of other HVAC equipment. Call us at (903) 759-7483 for expert service.
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