Ductless multi split fixes comfort concerns

My house was built in the late 1800s and has undergone multiple renovations since then.

  • Walls have been added and torn down.

Windows have been enlarged, replaced and eliminated. Because of the many changes, there are insufficient supply and return ducts in certain areas of the house. Some rooms tend to be overheated in the summer and chilly in the winter. After a lot of research, I decided to solve this problem with a ductless multi-split system. The system consists of an outdoor compressor that is compact, quiet and links to multiple indoor air handlers. The air handlers are lightweight, streamlined and mounted up high on the wall. Each one provides both heating and cooling capacity and features an independent thermostat that allows zone control. Because the ductless system requires no ductwork to operate and simply moves existing heat between the indoors and outdoors, it is especially energy efficient. It is a type of heat pump that uses inverter technology to automatically adapt output to the exact demands of each room, using only the amount of energy required at any given time. Plus, the installation project was completed in a matter of hours and caused no big mess or disruption to the house. Not only does the ductless split system provide ideal year round comfort but it helps to combat excess humidity in the summer and doesn’t dry out the air in heating mode. Multi-stage air filtration works to filter out contaminants and create a cleaner and healthier living environment. We are totally happy with our investment into the ductless multi-split system. It has provided the ideal solution.
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