Where do Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems Work Best?

Ductless heating and cooling systems work best for new or additional spaces and upgraded spaces. When you’re replacing an existing system, adding onto your house, or undergoing new construction, a ductless system can adapt well to any changes you’re making and could be your best option. A perfect example is a sunroom addition on your home.

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Replacing Existing System

Ductless systems are a great replacement or supplement for your electric baseboards, electric furnaces, wall and ceiling heat system, or other electric plug-in heaters. They’re a cost-effective replacement if you’re establishing heating and cooling zones for your home.

Room Additions

A ductless system can provide efficient heating and cooling for any new additions you make to your home. It can also expand the heating and cooling capacity of your home if it already has existing ductwork and pipes. A ductless system may be able to supplement what you already have in your home, so no need to retrofit.

New Construction

Home renovations can be exciting and benefit from the installation of a ductless heating and cooling system. You can install air handlers in different zones of your home to ease installation and minimize refrigerant lineset length.

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