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6 Things to Know About Ductless AC

6 Things to Know About Ductless ACAre you considering a ductless air conditioning unit for your home? Make sure you research ductless units thoroughly before deciding what type of system is right for you.

What is a Ductless Air Conditioner?

A ductless air conditioner is a small system that consists of two parts: an indoor wall unit and an outdoor compressor. Ductless units are generally used to cool one room rather than an entire building. However, they cool the room the same way a regular AC unit would. They absorb the warm air from the room and blow cool air in to replace it. The warm air and moisture travel through a conduit into the outdoor condenser.

What Do You Need to Know About Ductless AC?

So, when is a ductless AC unit a good idea, and what else should you know? We’re glad you asked. Consider the following facts about ductless air conditioners.

1. Ductless air conditioners are energy-efficient.

Since ductless units only provide enough cooling output for one room, you don’t need to fear energy waste.

2. Easy installation makes them cost-effective options.

Since ductless units are single, small units, they are easier to install than standard air conditioners. This saves money on labor.

3. They provide the ability to customize heating and cooling.

If one room in your house always seems to be hot, while another always seems to be cold, ductless units can help you control rooms individually. This is called “zoning.”

4. Their size makes them versatile and compact.

Ductless units are compact and out-of-the-way, making them easy additions to any room in your home.

5. They improve indoor air quality by eliminating airborne pollutants.

Did you know that low-quality air conditioners reduce the quality of your home’s air? Bad indoor air quality can lead to several health concerns, including allergies, lung problems, and dry skin. It is important to take good care of your indoor quality to improve the comfort of your home and your overall health.

6. They eliminate “hot pockets.”

Some houses have rooms that don’t seem to receive the same airflow other rooms receive. Ductless units are great for eliminating these “hot pockets” and providing extra cooling for warm rooms.

Is a Ductless Air Conditioner Right for Your Home?

If you still aren’t sure, decide whether or not a ductless unit is right for you by asking yourself the following questions.

1. Does your current system waste a lot of energy?

If your current AC unit has a low SEER rating or automatically runs when it doesn’t need to, a ductless unit provides an environmentally-friendly option.

2. Is your monthly utility bill high?

Since ductless units are energy-efficient, you can save money on your monthly bill by reducing unnecessary energy waste. Additionally, ductless units take the burden of cooling the whole house off of one unit. This means you save money on cooling an entire building.

3. Do you spend a lot of time in one room? 

Many homeowners spend a lot of money heating and cooling rooms that they hardly ever spend time in. Individualized heating and cooling (also called zoning) is a cost-effective option for single home occupants.

If you have any further questions, contact Indoor Air Quality today. We serve homeowners in Highlands Ranch and throughout the Denver Metro Area. Our highest priority is the comfort of your home.

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