Are you building a new home addition? Or maybe you’re converting a garage into a living space. No matter the case, you’ll need to cool it to ensure it feels comfortable during the summer. While extending your central HVAC system’s ductwork is an idea, it’s a costly endeavor. The most energy-efficient and cost-effective solution is ductless air conditioning. Read on to learn four reasons to consider this HVAC solution for your West Berlin, NJ, home.
Single- and Multi-Zone Installations
Home and business owners commonly use ductless air conditioners to cool one room. It could be a new home addition, converted garage or small retail store. But you can also install several ductless air conditioners within a larger property to create multiple zones for indoor climate control. The installation process is straightforward and relatively quick.
Customized Climate Control in Specific Areas
When you opt for a multi-zone ductless air conditioning installation, you’ll split your home into several temperature zones. As a result, you can cool some spaces without cooling others, saving you energy and money. For example, you can cool the bedrooms without cooling the rest of the home. Everyone in your home can enjoy customized comfort.
Avoid Paying to Repair and Clean Ductwork
Maintaining ductwork costs money. You’ll need to pay to clean, repair and replace ductwork at different times. With ductless air conditioning, you won’t have to worry about these additional expenses. What’s more, you won’t have to worry about losing conditioned air to leaky ductwork, which increases your monthly energy bills.
Better for the Environment
Finally, saving energy doesn’t only mean saving money. It also means saving the environment. Ductless air conditioners are energy-efficient HVAC systems that use environmentally friendly refrigerant, helping to reduce your carbon footprint.
Are you interested in learning more about ductless air conditioning? Contact Comfortworks for expert help from trained, certified and experienced HVAC professionals.
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