Most people are only aware of central air conditioning and heating solutions. Anyone that has ever lived in an older or converted living space might be familiar with window units or similar options. However, central air is the most widely used system in modern homes and buildings. Some structures are better suited for noncentral options, like ductless heating and air conditioning.
A ductless temperature control system can be an efficient and affordable solution for certain households. Rather than operate from a single location, ductless systems place units in individual rooms in order to adjust the temperature. The immediate benefit of such a system is that it only operates in rooms being used. Ductless systems pull air from the surrounding area, eliminating potential outdoor irritants that might be pulled in from exterior central units.
Ductless air conditioning, also known as ductless mini splits, are common devices that people do not often know the exact name of. Often used in hotels and other split residences, ductless systems enable users to heat or cool a room to a specific level without affecting other rooms. Because of this functionality, ductless systems are substantially more efficient that central alternatives. By some estimates, split ductless heating and air conditioners can up to 40 percent less energy. These savings can have a substantial impact on monthly bills especially during intense summer usage.
With the reduced energy use, ductless units reduce carbon output. These systems can also have a positive impact on indoor air quality. Many ductless products have multi stage filtration that removes the presence of airborne particulates and allergens. This can improve breathing quality and overall health. Making the decision to use a ductless system should be made after consulting with a trained professional. Some structures are better suited to non central temperature solutions than others.
A split ductless heating and air conditioning system is best used in buildings with multiple tenants. Properties with multiple buildings might also want to consider ductless split units. Single room apartments and older buildings are ideal for ductless temperature control. Central HVAC requires complicated work to vary temperature between different rooms. For a normal home, a central heating and cooling unit is sufficient. If there are multiple tenants or adults living in the house, a ductless system might help keep the peace between those with different temperature preferences.
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