Improve Your Home’s Comfort With a Ductless System
Maintaining comfort in your Atlanta, Georgia, home is likely one of your top priorities, especially with the cooler weather on the horizon. What you may not know is that a ductless HVAC system can be the perfect way to maximize comfort as well as energy savings. If you are looking for a heating system that will provide you with the greatest comfort and efficiency, then a ductless system may be something to consider. Below are three benefits of installing a ductless HVAC system.
It Allows You to Personalize Temperature Settings
When choosing a ductless HVAC system, you can choose multiple handlers, which can all be operated independently. A ductless system works by connecting an outdoor unit through a 3 inch hold in the wall to the air handler, where the conditioned air comes out. Each indoor unit has its own temperature controls, allowing you to create different temperatures in areas throughout your home. This way, you to keep each room just as warm or cool as you want it to be and save energy.
It Is More Energy Efficient
A ductless heating system uses significantly less energy than a traditional unit does because it doesn’t have to send the heated air through long ducts, and the handlers do not have to work as hard. Additionally, when you have a ductless HVAC system, you can forgo heating rooms that you don’t frequent, which means that you only use energy when and where you need it. Also, the lack of ductwork with these systems means that you have less energy lost through cracks and leaks.
It Operates More Quietly
Traditional HVAC systems can generate some background noises as the air moves through the duct work and out through the vent. A ductless HVAC system has a quiet operation. In fact, the system’s operation is so quiet, you may not even know it is running.
If you would like to install a ductless HVAC system, contact Trinity Air Inc. Heating & Air Conditioning at (770) 691-5394. One of our comfort technicians will schedule your installation.
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