Now that the weather in Piedmont, SC has begun warming up, you may have decided to install a ductless HVAC system. Ductless mini-splits are an excellent option for cooling your home compared to traditional HVAC systems. Here are three benefits you’ll enjoy if you own a ductless mini-split.

1. Versatility and Flexibility

With both a traditional HVAC and a ductless mini-split system, there is an outdoor and indoor unit. However, with a ductless mini-split system, there is no ductwork. Therefore, if you are adding a new addition to your home or have limited space, a ductless mini-split system offers flexibility because you don’t have to consider your structure’s ductwork.

Additionally, mini-split systems inherently break your home up into multiple zones, which allows you to heat or cool them individually if you’d like. Traditional central HVAC systems, however, require extra equipment to zone your space. The ability to modify temperatures throughout your home can help you target areas that need it rather than using excess energy on conditioning the entire building at once.

2. Easy Installation, Repair and Maintenance

Ductless mini-splits’ design features make them easy to install, repair and tune up. HVAC technicians won’t need to take time installing bulky ductwork or making repairs that don’t require different skills or tools for each unit. This also makes maintenance simpler, which should give you more reason to remember to schedule it annually.

3. Lower Carbon Footprint

Whether heating or cooling your home, ductless mini-splits run on electricity. In contrast to traditional HVAC systems where you have a choice on electric or gas, a ductless mini-split doesn’t run on fossil fuels like natural gas. When opting for the ductless mini-split, you’ll get the benefits of a reduced carbon footprint while using energy more efficiently.

A ductless mini-split can make your life in Piedmont, SC simpler and more comfortable. If these systems interest you, call Palmetto Heating & Air LLC and request ductless HVAC services today.

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