Comfort and efficiency are what you look for when choosing a heating and cooling system for your Avawam, Kentucky home. With many options on the market, it can be challenging to decide which system will provide the benefits that you are looking for. One option that can significantly improve your comfort while also keeping your home efficiently heated is a ductless system.

How Do Ductless Systems Work?

A ductless system has a conduit that connects an outdoor unit with the indoor units located in different zones throughout your home. As the name suggests, there is no need for ductwork, so you don’t have to worry about air leaks and you can control which rooms the air is delivered to.

Why Choose a Ductless System?

There are many benefits that you can enjoy when you install a ductless system. Some of the most popular benefits that have some homeowners making the switch include:

Better Energy Efficiency

With traditional duct systems, much of your energy escapes through the ductwork in your home through leaks, cracks, or poor insulation. With a ductless system, you can control the temperature in each zone. This allows you to only use energy when and where you need it.

Quiet Operation

Much of the noise that you will hear when your HVAC system is running is the air being forced through your ducts and out of your vents. With a ductless mini-split system, you will eliminate the banging and creaking that occurs in the ducts, providing for a more quiet operation.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Dust, debris, pet dander, and pollen will collect and settle in the ductwork of your HVAC system. As air circulates through the ducts, this debris will be pushed out into the air that you breathe leading to worsening asthma and allergy symptoms. With a ductless mini-split system, the air is pushed through filters and purified before entering your home.

Enjoy the benefits of a ductless system by contacting Appalachian Refrigeration, Heating & Cooling at 606-713-0056 today to look at available models.

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