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.
If you have family members who like the temperature at different settings, then you know the problems a centralized system can create. One person likes the temperature at 72m another at 75: the squabbling can become intolerable. It’s even worse for boarding houses and hospices, which may have may occupants all of whom have their own temperature preferences. Ductless systems cut through all of that to solve the problem nicely.
Ductless systems before big savings to your monthly heating bill (and cooling bill in the summer) by allowing you to run only those units which heat or cool the parts of the home you’re occupying. That can also cut down on wear and tear, helping your system to last longer than it might otherwise.
The biggest advantage, of course, is that you don’t have to rely on ducts to distribute your heated or cooled air. This can be a huge boon to any house built before the advent of air conditioning, of which possesses similar architectural features that prevent a ductwork system from being installed.
Call Command A/C today if you think ductless systems would make a good fit!