Choosing the right home cooling system can be a daunting task. A new whole-house air conditioner is a fairly major investment, regardless of which make or model you opt for. Finding one that suits your every need, as well as your budget, can be tough. There are also so many different options available today that familiarizing yourself with all of them can be time consuming in and of itself. That is why we are happy to share some basic information and AC tips with our clients. Today we’d like to give you 3 great reasons for considering ductless air conditioning in West Palm Beach, FL. If you think that ductless cooling may be right for you, contact a member of the Envirotech Air Quality Services team today.
- Energy Efficiency: Because ductless cooling systems, of course, do not require air ducts in order to distribute cooled air throughout a home, you won’t have to worry about leaky ductwork wasting the energy that you use in order to cool the air in your home to begin with. Air ducts can be quite effective and efficient, but because they are hidden from view there is really not convenient way in which to inspect them. Ductless mini splits eliminate such concerns entirely.
- Indoor Air Quality: A problem with damaged ductwork that is not quite as frequently discussed as compromised efficiency is the issue of indoor air quality. Should ductwork be damaged, it can allow pollutants into the system. Once they have made it in, those pollutants can be distributed throughout the entire house by the air ducts that are supposed to be keeping your home comfortable. Again, such concerns are null when you opt for ductless residential cooling.
- Customized Comfort: While ducted HVAC systems can be outfitted with zone control equipment, the individual blowers that ductless ACs use mean that you automatically get the benefits of zone controlled cooling. Simply adjust the thermostat for the individual blower as desired, and leave the others. That way, you can keep everyone in your home comfortable without wasting energy cooling unoccupied areas of the house.