Monday, December 12th, 2016
Ductless mini-split systems were designed as an alternative to centralized heating and cooling systems which are common in Long Beach, CA and other cities throughout the Southland. They adopt a decentralized approach to heating and cooling your home, with multiple units space throughout your home instead of one single unit that heat or cools the air and then blows it into your home through the duct system.
Each unit in a ductless heating and cooling system is responsible for one section of your home (often a single room, though not always), and each can be activated and controlled independently of the others. What kind of benefits does that provide? Here’s a quick look at the problems it solves.
Monday, December 5th, 2016
Ductless heating and air conditioning systems adopt a decentralized approach to heating and cooling your home: installing multiple units throughout your home, each charged with heating or cooling a single room or section. That provides a number of benefits, including the ability to set different temperature in different rooms to match individual comfort levels, and the ability to shut off the heat in parts of the home you aren’t using (thus saving you a great deal on monthly bills.) It’s a reliable system, but it works for some homes better than others, and if you’re thinking about having a ductless system installed, you might wonder whether yours is best suited to it. Only you can make that final decision, but we’ve included a few guidelines below to help you.
Monday, November 21st, 2016
We advocate ductless heating systems here in Long Beach, CA, because of their versatility and the way they can save money on heating and cooling bills. Many ductless systems utilize heat pump technology, which uses the principles of air conditioning (circulating refrigerant) to heat your home as well as cool it. It works especially well in mild climates like ours, and if you’re interested in a ductless system in your home, you would do well to look into the advantages of heat pumps. But once the system is in place, how do you make the most of it? Here are a few tips on improving your system’s heating efficiency.
Monday, November 14th, 2016
Ductless heating and cooling systems offer a lot of benefits to coastal towns like Newport Beach, CA, but there are also some concerns about wear and tear on the system. Corrosion is a real problem: causing metal parts to rust and often creating serious breakdowns in the system. The good news is that ductless heating and cooling systems are decentralized, so if one runs into trouble, the others can compensate and still provide heating for most of your house. But the more you are aware of the issue, the better you can take steps to prevent it from occurring, and extend the life of your ductless system as a result.
Monday, November 7th, 2016
Ductless heating systems can be a huge boon to larger homes in Huntington Beach, CA, but also any home which benefits from a more finely-tuned system. They heat each section of your home individually, using a series of smaller units instead of one big one. It allows for finely-tuned heating specific to your needs, as well as saving a great deal of money by letting you heat only those parts of the house that you’re using at any given time. That helps the system last a good long time as well, but what happens when individual components start to break down?
Monday, October 31st, 2016
Long Beach, CA benefits from mild weather throughout the summer and winter, and a ductless heating and air conditioning system makes an ideal way to keep your home comfortable. It eschews the traditional centralized model for heating and air conditioning in favor of multiple smaller units spaced throughout your home, each charged with heating and cooling one specific section or room. In some cases, this can mean two or more units conditioning a single large space, such as a living room or similar centralized air. That comes with some surprising benefits, though you should know how to use such units effectively when you have your system installed. Here are a few tips to help you out.
Monday, October 24th, 2016
One of the big benefits of ductless heating and air conditioning systems is that when one unit suffers a breakdown, it doesn’t shut off the heat to the whole house. Even if it occurs in a central part of your house like the living room or the kitchen, you can easily move to a separate part of your Newport Beach, CA home — one with a functioning ductless unit — to wait for repairs to take place. But there are additional steps you should take to keep the heat in your home that the levels you want and to avoid wasting undue amounts of energy. The good news is that ductless systems are designed to make these steps very easy, and can preserve the comfort levels in your home even while you wait for the repair service.
Monday, October 17th, 2016
After a typically late Indian summer here in Huntington Beach, CA, we’re finally seeing signs of cooler weather on the way. Because we live here on the coast instead of further inland. If you own a ductless heating system, you’ve already experienced the benefits it can bring: allowing you to run the heat only in those parts of the house you need it to and keeping it turned off in unused portions of the home. That will help keep heating bills down all winter and ensure that you make the most of your system.
Monday, September 26th, 2016
We live in Huntington Beach, CA with a straight shot to the ocean and all of the attendant mild weather which that brings. We don’t suffer from the heat as often as other So Cal communities do, but that also makes heating trickier, since winters can get colder on the coast than they do inland. A ductless HVAC system — one that includes heating as well as air conditioning features — may be the ideal way to beat that cool weather. Here’s how it works.
Monday, February 22nd, 2016
Here in Cypress, CA, most people are accustomed to centralized furnaces and air conditioners to heat and cool their homes. The system works well, but it’s not the only one out there, which should come as a great relief to those with larger homes that struggle to stay comfortable, or homes that can’t support the ductwork necessary for a centralized system. Ductless systems establish a series of multiple units throughout your home, each one charged with heating or cooling a single room or section of your home. It costs more to install than centralized systems, and smaller homes don’t benefit from it as much as larger ones, but there are a number of tangible advantages offered by such a system that you should consider.