Get the Best Ductless AC Systems Installation

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Get the Best Ductless AC Systems Installation

Ductless air conditioners do not have any ductwork, so they are versatile, affordable and easier to install than ducted air conditioning systems. Ductless AC’s are sometimes referred to as split air conditioners because the air handler and compressor are two distinct components located in different places. For instance, the air handler is normally mounted inside the building on the wall or ceiling while the compressor unit is usually mounted outside either on the rooftop, the outer wall or on the ground. Whatever the case, you can visit for the best ductless AC systems installation, maintenance and repair services.

Who We Are

We are a trusted and reliable HVAC contractor dealing in a wide range of HVAC equipment. We are certified to handle all makes and models of ductless air conditioners, so you can count on us to take good care of your AC. Our technicians are certified by industry regulators and possess years of experience in the industry as well as formal training in air conditioner installation, maintenance and repairs. Each of our technicians is also insured against all the risks associated to the job, such as personal injury or death from electrocution, damage to private property and damage to their equipment among other things. This means that you can have peace of mind that you will be compensated in case they cause further damage to your equipment. The insurer will also compensate the technicians appropriately in case of injury.

Ductless AC Systems Installation

The first thing our technicians will do when you schedule a service is assess your cooling needs by measuring the floor area in your home or business premise. Once the total area has been calculated, a suitable split AC machine is identified and procured. The next step is identification of the most suitable places to install both the air handler and compressor unit. Once the two components have been installed, a hole is drilled across the wall to pass power cables and refrigerant tubing to the outside, to connect the two components. The hole is then filled and camouflaged.