AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Ductless Heating’

Going Ductless is the New Sliced Bread

Monday, March 4th, 2019

They say that sliced bread was the best invention of all time. And of course, it has changed the ways in which we make sandwiches and school lunches, however, we are here to argue that there is perhaps an even better invention. Today, we are talking about the ductless mini-split system. Ductless systems work as a singular alternative to owning both an air conditioner and a heater, providing year-round comfort and efficiency. So, if you are in the market for a new heater or AC this year, consider going ductless!

Of course, we understand that choosing the right HVAC system can seem like a daunting task, and there are many great options to choose from. This is why it is very important to speak with a professional before you make any final decisions. Before a ductless system can be installed, your home needs to be assessed by a professional HVAC technician to determine your individual heating and cooling needs. There are many benefits of installing a ductless system, and below, we have listed a few of them. Keep reading to learn more!

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Are Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems Noisy?

Monday, February 20th, 2017

ductless-living-room-air-handlerHave you heard about the whole-house capabilities of ductless heating and cooling systems? Ductless systems are a great way to bring air conditioning and heating into a home that wasn’t designed for a central air unit.

Of course, there are several heating and AC systems you can use instead of a central unit, many of which you can find in retail stores. Window units and room air conditioners are common in our area, but there are many complaints to be made about these units.

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How We Keep Ductless Homes Comfortable

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Air ducts are a necessity for most conventional home heating and cooling systems. Most of these are “forced-air” systems, meaning they use a blower fan and a set of air ducts to circulate cooled or warmed air throughout a building.

But not all homes are built with air ducts. Older homes, smaller spaces, or room additions in an existing home may be without ducts, and that means homeowners find varying solutions for heating and cooling—like portable AC and heat or noisy window units. But these are often inefficient and of a poor quality.

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