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Ductless Air Conditioning
Most homes come standard with ductwork installed throughout the structure to allow for the use of a forced-air heating and AC system. But if your home, new room addition, or detached structure (such as a shed or workshop) is not currently equipped with ducts, you have to find alternative means of cooling and heating. One of the most reliable and energy-efficient solutions you can choose for this purpose is a ductless air conditioning system. Ductwork installation can be quite a hassle, but ductless units are easier and faster for a technician to install and offer many additional benefits to homeowners.
Ductless air installation involves some complicated calculations and installation techniques, which is why a professional is necessary for this job. You’ll also need professional service when you notice that your ductless unit is not working exactly as it should. The ductless heating and cooling specialists at House Call Company are well qualified to repair or set up your ductless system. We take our time with any ductless service to make sure that your system operates with advanced power and superior efficiency. When you want professional repairs, maintenance, or the installation of a top-of-the-line unit, call one of our experts today.
How Ductless Air Conditioners Work
So how can an air conditioner cool down a home without sending cool air through a set of ducts? Like a traditional system, a ductless AC contains an outside unit and an inside unit. The indoor air handler is mounted high up on the walls, and a fan blows cool air directly into the room. No major renovations are necessary, just a small wall opening to feed through the refrigerant line and electrical components. Refrigerant moves from the outdoor unit through the indoor air handler(s) and back again until the cooling cycle is complete.
The Benefits of Ductless AC
The chief benefit of ductless air conditioners is apparent—quality cooling with no duct installation. Another benefit is the built-in zone control. One outside unit can usually operate up to 4 indoor air handlers in different areas of the house. Each indoor air handler comes with its own thermostat, so you can control the temperature in one zone of the house independently from the other rooms. Ductless split system efficiency ratings are usually quite high—and more so because there is no chance of air leaks, a problem that develops in many ducts over time. Finally, most ductless units both heat and cool the home.
Call House Call Company for Ductless Heating and Cooling Service Today
Whether you need ductless air conditioner repair or a brand new system for single-room or whole-house cooling, House Call Company is here to help. Our technicians install, repair and maintain these highly effective and efficient ductless AC systems. Call our team to discuss whether ductless installation is right for you, and get in touch with us at the first sign that your unit needs professional repair.