Ductless Air Condition Systems, also known as split systems, are a popular solution for residential cooling needs for both existing homes and new construction. They are a cost effective, energy efficient and allow for better comfort control by cooling only the rooms you are using.
For an existing home without ductwork these systems are a perfect solution because of their minimally invasive installation. The units consist of a sleek low profile outdoor air handler and several types of internal units to integrate seamlessly into your home’s décor. Installation is also faster than with a traditional system since ductwork is not required.
The ability to control temperature only in the rooms in use and the associated energy and utility cost saving make these units an attractive cooling option for new construction too.
Victory is proud to offer the full line of Mitsubishi Ductless HVAC systems, an industry leader for over 30 years. Mitsubishi’s high quality products are also eco-friendly and sustainable. We are a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor, a preferred installer with extensive product training.
Ductless air conditioners are part of an HVAC system that moves cool air throughout a building in the absence of ductwork. A ductless air conditioning installation is a viable, affordable alternative to a conventional central air setup, and it is generally regarded as being easier to maintain and more efficient than a Central AC installation. Those living in old houses without ducts, or newer homes without a forced air system, will pay a significant amount of money on a Central AC Installation. Here, a ductless unit is a good solution. Below are several benefits of ductless HVAC units.
A ductless unit can be installed much faster than Central air conditioning. A small crew would need a minimum of one week to install ductwork and other parts of a conventional AC system, but a ductless, mini-split system can be installed in just one day.
Their size makes ductless units ideal for cooling small homes, dorm rooms, and apartments. These systems are great for individual room cooling in larger homes, especially in poorly ventilated attics and basements. Additionally, ductless units are easily stored due to their small size.
Most ductless AC units are remote equipped, which allows the user to easily control the temperature from anyplace in the home. For instance, if the user is in bed and they're cold, they can adjust the setting without getting out of bed.
Ductless units use less power than conventional models, which can help users save on utility bills. Moreover, if the home has multiple units, the user can control each room's temperature, which is more efficient than using a central unit on the entire home. In addition, installation cost is lower than the Cost to install central air.
A traditional AC unit typically makes a fair amount of noise, but ductless models are quiet, making nothing more than a low hum. The sound of a ductless AC unit is background noise that's easily concealed by television, music, and conversation.
Ductless air conditioning systems are worthy of consideration for the reasons listed here. If a homeowner still can't make the decision, they should consult a local HVAC professional to determine whether a ductless unit is right for the home.
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