Ductless HVAC systems have grown in popularity and you may be considering whether or not you should install one in your home.  Ductless air conditioning systems typically consist of a wall-mounted unit designed to cool a room or a specific area of square footage as well as an outdoor compressor which are connected together by small tubes inside your wall.. It works well for an addition or other area that your central air conditioning cannot adequately cool.  With a ductless HVAC system, multiple units can be installed on the inside of your home depending on how many rooms you need to cool. Ductless mini-split air conditioning systems can be installed on your interior walls or ceilings to blend seamlessly into your existing aesthetic without taking up much space. Below, we take a closer look at some of the pros and cons of ductless HVAC systems.

Advantages of Ductless HVAC Systems

Improves Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Because you can choose to cool only one room at a time as needed, you can save a lot on monthly utilities and significantly improve your home’s energy efficiency. Additionally, a lot of energy is lost in ductwork so by eliminating ductwork from your HVAC system, your home will be much more energy efficient.

Flexible Temperature Control

Individual rooms can be set to different temperatures depending on the preferences of those in them so there will be no fighting over thermostat settings.

Space Saving

Homes or rooms that have limited crawlspace or attic space may not have enough room for ductwork but a ductless system will work perfectly!