Going ductless doesn’t involve going through a major renovation. Fact is, there’s very little mess at all. Nor does it mean sacrificing a room with a view to a bulky window unit. Instead, a ductless heat pump or air conditioner integrates neatly into space. It’s mounted where it’s least obtrusive – and most effective at quietly and gently directing treated air to every corner of the room.
VRF heat recovery and heat pump systems for commercial applications allow perfectly matched, flexible solutions. These are the perfect choice for
large spaces where individual preferences or integrated building controls are necessary, like hospitals, nursing homes, education and office buildings, hotels or restaurants.
Installing a ductless mini split is very energy efficient and it is less vulnerable to air leakage and security problems because it only requires a small hole to be drilled into the wall. By removing the ducts of an air conditioning system, you get a more efficient system, thanks to its inverter-driven compressors, which can speed up and slow down based on the needs of the system.
Here at Air Authority LLC, we have a selection of Energy Star ductless models that you can choose from. We also have a team of ductless mini split installers who can install this system in your home.
In fact, the ductless mini split systems are in-demand as it helps save clients more money in the long run. Since this operates on less power, they are smaller ad the temperature-controlled air is delivered directly into a room, thus there is no loss in efficiency.
A ductless mini split system can also help improve indoor air quality. This is because of its multi-stage filtration that reduces dust, pollen, bacteria, allergens and air elements.
The price for a new system can vary dramatically, starting at around $2,900 to over $10,000. This is why scheduling an appointment to see your home in person is so important.
The major factors that affects the pricing are:
SEER tells you how efficient the A/C will be. It is like the MPG rating of a car…the higher the number the more efficient the system. A high-efficiency A/C helps lower your monthly electric bills, but it also has a higher upfront cost.
Unlike a central A/C system, a ductless system can have multiple indoor units. Each indoor unit creates its own “zone” of comfort, allowing you to cool individual rooms with separate remote controls. The more indoor units you need, the higher the cost
“Size” refers to the system’s cooling capacity, measured in tons or BTUs. The larger the A/C, the more it costs. Your technician will determine the size that fits your cooling needs.
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