Ductless HVAC systems, also called mini-split systems, often have several indoor air handling units that are connected to an outdoor compressor or condenser with a small conduit. The small, quiet indoor unit can hang on your walls or your ceilings. Many models are available, so it’s simple to find a system that matches with your Pembroke Pines, Florida, home’s decor. A ductless system can also help you save money with easy zoning, fewer repairs, and lower utility bills than conventional systems.

Easy Zoning

If your ductless HVAC system has a thermostat for each indoor unit, then you can adjust the temperature in each area or zone with an air handling unit. That way, you won’t have to heat or cool any empty rooms. Also, people in different zones can choose the temperature that’s most comfortable for them instead of having arguments with others about the best temperature for the thermostat. Many programmable thermostats let you control different zones from a central thermostat, a remote, your computer, or your smartphone.

Fewer Repairs

You’ll never have to pay for duct cleaning, repairs, or upgrades like adding insulation with a ductless HVAC system. If you have a conventional system with ducts, installing a ductless system is easy. Your installer will seal your ductwork to keep out debris and pests, and it won’t connect to your new system. Without ducts to spread dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander, and other contaminants around your house, you’ll have better indoor air quality. Your system will last longer and you’ll have fewer breakdowns because it won’t have to move air as far and contaminants won’t damage your unit.

Lower Utility Bills

Ductless systems are known for being very energy efficient. You can save money on your utility bills over time with ductless systems.

HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service has more than 60 years of HVAC experience. We can help you install, maintain, and repair a variety of heating and cooling equipment, including ductless systems. Call us anytime at 954-246-4141 for outstanding service.

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