Whether you’re making major changes to your Terra Bella, CA home or building a new one, determining which HVAC system to install is likely one of your top priorities. With so many options in the market, it can be hard to figure out which one will provide you with the results you want. One option to give serious consideration to is a ductless system. Check out some of the best reasons to consider ductless HVAC for your next installation.

They Are Extremely Energy Efficient

One of the biggest advantages of a ductless system is that they can save you a great deal on utilities since they’re more energy-efficient than more traditional models. Unlike a traditional system, ductless systems use less power to operate as they are significantly smaller than other models. The conditioned air goes directly into the room via a tube leading to the indoor air unit. You can also increase the efficiency of the system by opting for a multi-split system that can allow you to create zones in your home which are individually controlled.

They Provide More Flexibility

A traditional, centralized system works by forcing air through a series of ducts installed throughout the home. A ductless system is made up of smaller units that go outdoors and are connected through small tubes to indoor units throughout the home. This allows you to place units where it is most convenient according to the design of your home.

They Are Easy to Install

A professional can easily install a ductless system in your home with little disruptions to the day-to-day activities of your household. A technician will drill small holes in the walls where you’ll have your indoor units. Then they’ll mount the units and connect them to your electrical system. Since no ductwork is required, there is no need for significant remodeling. Most systems can be up and running in a day.

Contact ZONE Air & Heating Inc.today. One of our experts will answer questions you might have about about our ductless air conditioning products and services.

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