We’re officially into July and the heat is on! We’re not talking about the furnace inside your home, we’re talking about the scorching dog days of summer where we can’t seem to escape to a cooler place. That is unless you have a ductless mini-split heating and cooling system inside your home
Similar to your standard central air conditioning system, a ductless system works to cool and condition the air inside your home during the warmer months of the year. They also come with two main components – an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor handling unit. So, how are they different?
One of the major differences between a central air system and a ductless mini-split system is its flexibility. Ductless systems are known for their zoning ability, where you can cool off certain rooms of the home without wasting money cooling the whole house. And if you don’t have space for air ducts, you’re in luck. As the name implies, there are no ducts at all in a mini-split system. Let’s move on to the installation process. With traditional cooling systems, it can be a real mess and take days or even weeks to complete. This is not the case with ductless cooling. Installation is a simple process that involves very little mess and can often be completed in as little as one day. What a relief!
So if you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of ductless hvac, give the cooling experts at Rusk Heating & Cooling a call today! We’re more than happy to speak with you.