If you’re thinking about upgrading your current heating and cooling system, it’s important to research your options. Choosing the best system for your house is crucial to saving money on heating and cooling expenses. A system that is too big or too little can also result in unnecessary wear and tear on the unit, which translates into costly repairs and maintenance. One of your options is a ductless mini-split HVAC system. Keep reading to learn whether you should get a ductless mini-split system for your Fayetteville, North Carolina, home.
What Is a Ductless Mini-Split HVAC System?
A ductless mini-split HVAC system can both heat and cool your home. Unlike central heating and air systems, this type of system doesn’t require any expensive ductwork. Instead, indoor units connected to a single outdoor compressor are installed inside in each room of your home, allowing you to easily control the temperature from one room to the next. If you prefer, you don’t have to install indoor units in each room.
Compared to traditional AC units, mini-split systems are much more energy efficient. You can control the temperature from one room to the next, easily allowing you to save money on your heating and cooling expenses. A mini-split system is also efficient because you don’t have to worry about air duct leaks or spending money on ductwork repairs and maintenance.
To install a mini-split HVAC system, the service technician only needs to drill a 3-inch hole in the wall. As with any type of HVAC system, it’s best to hire a professional HVAC contractor to perform the installation for you.
Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating, & Electrical Company, Inc. specializes in a variety of HVAC installation services. Contact us today at 919-216-9394 to schedule an appointment to see if a ductless mini-split HVAC system is right for your home.
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