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Worried that your duct system is harboring allergens at home? Tired of AC ducts ruining your business décor? You’re not alone. Believe it or not, one of the biggest reasons for energy loss in any commercial or residential HVAC system isn’t the condenser, compressor or motor…it’s the duct system. These reasons alone make it easy to understand why many residents and business owners are turning to options for a ductless HVAC system.
When you eliminate the path of cooled or heated air from where it’s handled to being delivered, you eliminate the associated allergens and reduce potential energy loss. And, if you’re looking to renovate your place of business, you get to remove the unsightly industrial-looking HVAC ductwork that may not match your design vision.
Instead of using one central unit that disperses cool air, a ductless HVAC system features smaller air handles or blowers at different locations throughout the space. And thankfully, residential and commercial customers have plenty of options.
A ductless HVAC system, also referred to as a ductless mini split system, is a top choice for both homes and businesses. Since it doesn’t use ducts to circulate inside air, ductless mini split systems help increase energy efficiency and decrease exposure to allergens. With a compressor/condenser located outside the home and copper lines that carry refrigerant to the indoor fan unit, this simple set up is idea for home and business renovations.
A powerful multi-zone ductless system proves to be a cost-effective solution for installing multiple “heads” (two to four) in different zones of a home or business. This effective design works great in a small office building with multiple rooms that require different temperatures (conference room vs cubicle vs break room, for example).
For larger offices or homes that require different temperatures in 6-8 rooms, a dual condenser unit can provide the additional output necessary. Plus, with the ability to manipulate configuration, property owners can customize their heating and cooling set up with a single control, multi-controls, or in zones.
Ductless HVAC systems also offer owners the flexibility of multiple mounting options and the convenience of controlling temperatures with a remote control. The indoor fan units can either be mounted on the wall, recessed in the ceiling, or with concealed ducts.
Whether you’re building a new location or replacing current components, if exposed ductwork feels like a blemish on the corporate environment you’re trying to create, a ductless HVAC system may be the way to go.Trust in your local Lawes HVAC contractors for all your HVAC system needs this summer. Whether you need to purchase and install a new HVAC unit, schedule a tune-up or call for repair work, our in-house HVAC contractors service all major brands. Located in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, we serve all surrounding areas. Call us today at 732-741-6300 to learn more.