Why go for Residential Ductless Heating System?
A ductless system is a cost-effective system and is far less labor intensive during installation than the traditional air conditioning and cooling systems. It can be very useful for places where there is no existing ductwork or when you add another room or set of rooms to your home by building something in the empty space. You don’t have to create the ducting network here. Just go for a Residential Ductless Heating System and spare yourself the additional cost and labour.
These systems can be quickly installed by skilled technicians. It basically contains an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit can be placed at ground level on a concrete platform or anywhere in the outdoors. You just need to make sure it is stable. Once installed, it is completely under cover and rain and water won’t harm it. The indoor unit is connected to the outdoor unit through cables and a refrigerant line. The indoor unit is mounted high on the wall and blows hot air into the room. You can connect more than one indoor unit to the outdoor unit. This way, you can warm more rooms with the same outdoor unit. However, there is a limit to the number of indoor units that can be connected to the outdoor unit. You need to consult the technician to know about the best way to utilize the ductless system.
Another advantage of ductless system is that you don’t need to bother about cleaning the ducts every season. Even when cleaned by you it is highly possible that dust and other particles remain in there. These are then circulated into the room when the heating unit blows hot air through it.
These systems consume less power to warm a room and thus, they save you a lot of money in the long run.