It is possible to have the same level of comfort in an area of your home or business without ductwork using a ductless heating system which is high-efficiency heating and cooling systems all in one.

These HVAC systems are designed to be utilized in a specific place, so they are often installed as a single unit. However, there are multi-unit choices available. A ductless heat system can be utilized for a variety of purposes, including balancing out hot and cold regions in your house or workplace, increasing overall energy consumption of surrounding areas, and providing exact temperature control for areas where items are required to be protected.

How Does a Ductless Heating System Work?

Ductless units that are placed on the wall are a simple and handy solution to keep your house warm while saving money on energy costs. A ductless heat exchanger system can be used to offer both heating and cooling, depending on the model you choose.

You may use a single outside compressor to cool or heat as many as eight distinct zones with these mini-split systems. All the zones have their own remote control. This means you can save money if you turn off any zones that are not in use at the time of use.

Ductless heat pumps, which are extremely efficient for both heating and cooling, eliminating the need for potentially hazardous space heaters and unsightly window units. As an added bonus, when temperatures are moderate in fall and winter, you can save money on heating oil or propane by using your ductless system.

Ducted heat pump systems are projected to save 25 to 40% according to the department of energy. On energy expenses when operated appropriately.

Benefits of a Ductless System

For homes without ductwork that heats water and circulates everything through closed pipes to the radiators, these units are suitable.
This type of mini-split unit is great for every kind of space that isn’t linked to your central cooling and heating system, including an extension or a conversion space, because they don’t require standard ductwork (simply Flexi piping to link the air handler to the outside condenser). Aside from that, they are an excellent and economical option for any room that is difficult to heat, including a bedroom.

You may also enjoy a precise temperature in a room or in numerous rooms, thanks to ductless HVAC systems. Allergen filtering and wireless remote control are included in these machines’ energy efficiency and silent operation.

Consider Going Green

Mini-split units are environmentally friendly since they limit the amount of work that must be done by the HVAC system, which in turn reduces energy consumption, which is wonderful for the environment.

Installation is Simple 

Systems can be placed in a space basis, and all that is required to set up the units is a three-inch hole that is easy to make and leaves only a small mark.

Improvements in Indoor

Improvements in Indoor The filter system in ductless mini-split systems prevents airborne particles from entering the system.

Multi-Split VS Mini-Split

There are single and multiple zones ducted heating and air conditioning systems available. A multi-split and mini-split are both viable alternatives in this situation.

A mini-split system is made up of a single interior fan coil and an outdoor condenser unit. This pair is particularly beneficial for cooling a single room with a limited amount of load space. One indoor unit for every outdoor unit enables for independent control of temperature for each of the units, because if one stops working, the others will continue to function, and the other regions will stay cool and unaffected by the failure of one.

A multi-split system is comprised of a single outside condenser that is connected to many inside units. It’s possible to have one thermostat control all of the inside units so that when you need all of them to be cold, you just have to set the thermostat once.

The usage of this approach is extremely cost-effective; nevertheless, it should only be utilized in buildings where it is necessary to maintain a consistent temperature throughout the building.

If you’re interested in learning more about ductless heating systems, contact Comfort Systems today. Their sales team and technicians are happy to answer your questions.