Ductless, mini-split systems are an alternative to traditional ductwork air systems which allow homeowners to increase airflow in rooms that may be difficult to reach without expensive renovations. A ductless mini-split system is a great way to improve climate control customization, and therefore, help keep your Manassas, VA home comfortable. Read on to learn more about these systems to see if one would work in your home!
A great feature of mini-split ductless systems is their flexible placements. The system consists of two parts: a small interior and exterior unit. The interior units can be placed almost anywhere in a room, helping to ensure optimum airflow without worrying about finding placement for a bulky outside unit.
Since you can place them where you like, it also helps when you have rooms you don’t use often and therefore don’t want to waste electricity. If you decide to use that room later, you can simply activate the system in that room to get it comfortable in no time.
Does your family have differing temperature preferences? A mini-split ductless system can be set so that different rooms get different temperatures since the system isn’t central but room based. This helps keep all members of your family happy and comfortable without having to adjust the thermostat constantly and wasting energy.
If you have a home with a new addition or an older home without a far-reaching central air system, a mini-split ductless air system can help keep those rooms comfortable and climate-controlled without having to install extensive and expensive ductwork that attaches back to your main system. Able to both heat and cool, they’re the ideal solution for homeowners looking to keep their climate control solutions as budget-friendly and effective as possible.
Mini-split ductless systems are a great alternative to traditional ductwork. If this sounds like a configuration that would work well in your home, give Griffith Energy Services a call today at 888-474-3391 to set up a consultation to install a mini-split ductless system today!
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