Mar 25 2017

Ductless HVAC systems, also called mini-split or multi-split systems, have an outdoor unit and one or more indoor units like conventional systems. Air travels through a small conduit instead of ductwork, saving energy and making your Wind Gap, Pennsylvania, home more comfortable. Ductless systems even help you save attic and closet space. A ductless HVAC system can keep your indoor air quality high, provide zoning, and work quietly.

High Indoor Air Quality

Leaks in ductwork can spread dust, dirt, pollen, mold, pet dander, and other contaminants through your home. Ductless systems have fewer leaks, and they often have multi-stage filtration to remove bacteria and allergens from the air. Since most ductless systems have more than one indoor unit, the units work separately. This keeps ductless systems from spreading pollutants or unpleasant smells through your home.

Zoning

If your ductless HVAC system has more than one indoor unit, you can use zoning to set a different temperature in the area served by each unit. Since each indoor unit has its own thermostat, your family members can set their rooms to the temperatures that make them most comfortable. You can also save energy by not heating or cooling unoccupied rooms. You can even control many zoning systems with a remote or a programmable thermostat.

Quiet Operation

Many heating and air conditioning options are noisy, and they can wake you up when they come on or shut off at night. Since many parts of a ductless system stay outside your home, it’s quieter than many other systems. The outdoor unit doesn’t even need to be close to your home. Ductless HVAC systems also don’t have to move air through long, winding ducts, so their fans are much smaller and quieter.

Sullivan Oil & Propane has over 20 years of experience. We can help you with all your heating, air conditioning, and fuel delivery needs, including installation, maintenance, and repair. Call us anytime at 610-813-6555 for expert service.

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