We all know that we need a great air conditioning system in our homes. Sure, North Seattle doesn’t have the longest or the most intensely hot summer season in the country. This doesn’t mean that you should just suck it up and sweat your way through the summer months in your own home, though. If you are ready to replace your existing air conditioning system, or if are ready to invest in a whole-house cooling system for the very first time, give a member of our staff a call today. We are happy to help you find the right AC for your needs. Consider the information below; you may just find that a ductless air conditioner fits the bill. Contact G&S Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Inc. for more details.
Ductless Cooling Is Efficient
We know that a lot of people still rely upon air ducts in order to distribute conditioned air throughout their homes, and there is nothing wrong with doing so. However, keep in mind the fact that compromised, leaky ductwork is a major source of wasted energy in many homes. By eliminating the risk of such problems entirely, ductless mini splits can help you to cool your home in a more efficient manner. Plus, you won’t have to worry about pollutants making their way into your ductwork and dragging down your indoor air quality.
By cooling your home with ductless mini splits, you can actually live more comfortably than you could with a ducted system. How? Well, the individual blowers that ductless mini splits use are controlled independently of one another. This means that you can maintain different temperatures in different areas of the home. Sure, ducted systems can be retrofitted with zone control systems, but with ductless mini splits, zone control is just part of the package.
It may be hot now, but it will be chilly out again before you know it. The ductless mini split, fortunately, can utilize heat pump technology in order to double as a heating system during the colder time of the year. This versatility is just one more compelling reason to consider the use of a ductless mini split system in your home.