Has it been a while since you last checked on your HVAC system? If the answer is yes, you are more than likely in need of a tune up. However, before you spend money repairing the old ducted systems in your home, it might be beneficial to consider getting a Mitsubishi mini-split multi-zone heat pump. Instead of repairing an inefficient system that is bound to have problems in the future, and can harbor dirt and bacteria in your home, ask yourself if it is time to eliminate your current HVAC system for greater control and efficiency.
If you are noticing that your heating and cooling system is no longer working like it used to, your energy bills are going up, or if your system is operating inconsistently for each room, you may be a good candidate for ductless heating and cooling.
There are a lot of reasons why people are deciding to upgrade their heating and cooling to a ductless system like a Mitsubishi mini-split multi zone heat pump. One of the most pressing issues that convinces people to make the switch is uneven airflow. Many people have one or more rooms in their home that are further away from the central HVAC system, making it more difficult to cool the rooms in the summer and more difficult to warm the rooms in the winter.
Many people are fed up with paying for heating and cooling that only really works in some parts of their home. Because of this, many are choosing to go ductless, since each ductless unit can operate individually in every room. By operating the units individually, your ductless system ensures that you have full control over the temperature of your home.
Beginning a home renovation is a big decision and you want to make sure that you have all of your bases covered before you begin your renovation. Before you begin it is important to consider whether or not you need to improve your HVAC system. If you are in the market for an upgrade, this is the perfect time to get a ductless heat pump installed. A ductless heat pump is much more efficient than ducted systems, saving you money and conserving energy.
Heat pumps also require minimal hassle with installation. That means that while you are undergoing home renovations, your heat pump can be installed in a matter of hours without causing any damage to your home. So, if you are on a mission to improve your home, why not consider installing a ductless heat pump to make your home more efficient and environmentally friendly.
When your old HVAC system has reached the end of its service life, you will probably want to replace it with something similar but newer. Most people think this until they realize all of the dirt, pollen, and mold that can collect in your air ducts. By eliminating the need for air ducts, you can replace your HVAC system and filter out harmful particles that make coughs and allergies worse. So, if you were thinking about replacing your ducted system, consider going ductless and take more control over the air you breathe.
Before you begin building your new home, you should consider how you can start out with technology that works for you. If you opt to go ductless with your new build, you can save yourself on construction costs and save space in your home that would have previously been taken up by ductwork. By choosing to go ductless you can save on the material cost of building ducts and save on the amount of labor required to install your new HVAC system.
As mentioned earlier, a ducted system can be easily installed in a matter of hours by a skilled professional. Enjoy more space in your home and less hassle building and dealing with ductwork thanks to ductless heat pumps.
Whether you are renovating or building a brand new home, it is never a bad time to consider ditching your air ducts. If you are ready to upgrade your heating and cooling system and save on energy costs, call the professionals at 412 Ductless. From quotes to installation, 412 Ductless is here to provide you with the highest quality air conditioning in Pittsburgh, PA. You can also watch the following video to learn more about Mitsubishi’s mini-split multi-zone heat pumps.