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Are Mini Split Ductless Systems Better Than Forced Air HVAC Systems?

Mini Split Ductless systems boast key advantages that forced air HVAC systems don't have. If your home doesn't have ductwork, one of the main advantages is that you don't have to pay to put ductwork in.

Of course, if you are unfamiliar with ductless cooling systems, you may be unsure what they are, or worse, they may bring to mind images of inefficient window AC units; however, this is far from the reality of what ductless AC systems look like. Unlike those loud window units that are made to cool a single room, ductless AC systems are designed to cool an entire home, and they are more closely related to the central air conditioning systems you are familiar with than window units. However, unlike central air conditioners, which rely on a system of internal ductwork to send cooled air throughout your home from a single outdoor and indoor unit, mini-split ductless AC systems feature a single outdoor unit, and multiple indoor units typically mounted on the walls of your home. These indoor units are connected to the outdoor unit via tubing carry power, refrigerant, and any necessary drainage lines to each indoor unit. Ductless split systems can then provide a variety of practical and financial benefits over ducted systems, primarily due to their simplicity and increased efficiency. If you are looking to add a new cooling system to your home, here is a look at just a few of the ways that you stand to save money by choosing ductless air conditioning.

You also don't have to worry about dust or allergens building up in the ductwork and blowing into your home. Most importantly, you don't have to deal with losing cold or hot air through the ducts. Typically, ducts run through unused parts of your home, and hot or cold air seeps out of the ducts into these unused areas. That means you spend money creating hot or cool air that you never get to use.

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