Ductless Heating in Older Homes

,
Cottage

When it comes to upgrading your home’s heating and cooling system to a more energy-efficient model, you have a number of options. Fortunately, your options aren’t restricted by the lack of existing ductwork in your home. New all-electric ductless heating systems, also known as mini split heat pumps can fulfill the comfort demands of any household.

No ductwork? No problem!

Missing ductwork is not an issue when addressing a hot or cold spot, remodelling, adding an extension, or upgrading your entire system to improve energy efficiency.

Ductless systems only have two major components: an outdoor condenser and an indoor unit (which can be wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted). The devices monitor ambient conditions in real time and adapt to maintain your optimum temperature while also utilizing inverter driven compressor technology to use the precise amount of energy required to meet current demand.

Benefits of ductless systems

If your home lacks existing ductwork to use, a ductless heating and cooling system minimizes disruption to your home’s existing design, which can be difficult to maintain in older or historic properties. Installation is typically less complicated and requires less material than ducted solutions.

Even in high temperatures, our ductless mini- and multi-split systems provide consistent, energy-efficient heating and cooling. If you’re supplementing an existing heating system, think about having air conditioning as an added benefit. All ductless units include washable, accessible, and simple-to-clean filters, making maintenance an effortless task.

The capability to zone could be the most significant advantage of a ductless system. You may create distinct comfort zones throughout your house by connecting up to five indoor units to an outside unit using multi zone solutions. When not in use, each indoor unit within a zone may be independently controlled or turned off completely without disrupting the settings or performance of the remaining portion of the system.