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Although cooling concerns may dominate most of the year for your Hudson, Florida, home, you need both heating and air conditioning to stay comfortable year round. A ductless heating and cooling system provides for all your needs in one convenient and efficient package. If you’re looking for a fresh way to approach your comfort, a ductless heat pump may offer just what you’re after. Consider the following perks of a ductless heating and cooling system for your home.

Lower Utility Bills

Ductless heating and cooling systems are more energy efficient than their ducted counterparts. In the average home, roughly 20 to 30 percent of air is lost through leaky ductwork. When you upgrade to a ductless system, you can instantly do away with this lost energy. Systems with inverter-driven compressors can increase and decrease speed in small increments to use only as much energy as necessary. If you currently have an older central heating or cooling unit, you’re likely dealing with a single-stage compressor. This means the compressor is either on or off, with no variations to allow for energy savings.

By replacing your less efficient central air conditioner or furnace with a ductless installation, you can eliminate these inefficiencies. Not only will your home be greener, you’ll also enjoy the perks of a lower utility bill each month.

Customized Comfort

A ductless heating and cooling system typically features a single outdoor unit with multiple indoor units. You can place these units throughout the house to provide customized comfort for each room. You can set each unit individually to provide different temperatures in different parts of the house. You can also turn inside units on and off as you enter or leave a room, so you’re never heating and cooling spaces that are unoccupied.

With this type of ductless system, you’re in complete control of how comfort is managed around the home. You can choose a cooler setting in the kitchen when you’re battling the heat of the oven in the summer, or set different temperatures for individual rooms. Get the perfect setting for every area with this cost-efficient approach.

Freedom From Dirty Ducts

Over time, your ducts will accumulate a thick layer of dust, dirt, and grime. This can include a buildup of common irritants like pollen and dander. If you didn’t purchase a new home, the ducts may contain pollutants from previous residents. When you switch to ductless, you don’t have to worry about these airborne particles traveling throughout your house. If you’re constructing a new home addition without ducts, you’ll avoid the hazards of dirty ducts entirely. This is a great perk for allergy and asthma sufferers who are particularly sensitive to irritants in the air.

Combined Heating and Cooling

A ductless heat pump can offer both heating and cooling in a single system. If you’re currently operating two systems, a ductless heat pump can make your life easier. While you don’t have to worry about using your heater too often in Florida, there are chilly winter nights when you may want some extra warmth to keep your family comfortable. A ductless system can offer the heat that you’re after without the need for a more expensive furnace.

Easy Installation

Installing any kind of ducted system is a major undertaking. This is particularly true if the ductwork isn’t already in place. With a ductless heat pump, however, you can enjoy a brand new system with minimal hassle. It requires just a 3-inch hole in the wall to connect your exterior unit to the interior one. Our experienced service technicians can have your new heat pump up and running quickly. If you’re looking for a fast home upgrade, this is an excellent option.

If you’re interested in learning more about ductless solutions for your home, give Crystal Air Conditioning & Heating a call at (727) 877-3189. We can help you explore all your options for more efficient and affordable heating and cooling. Reach out to our service technicians with your questions and service needs today.

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