In Colorado, most of us our used to gas forced units that push conditioned air through ducts and eventually through vents into each of our rooms. It’s an efficient and economical way to heat and cool your home.

But there are many reasons you can consider ductless heating and cooling systems as well.Will Ductless Heating and Cooling Work In Your Home?

  • If you’re upgrading a 1920s bungalow in central Denver, you may prefer to leave some of the original building intact.
  • If you’re upgrading a basement that isn’t designed efficiently and you prefer not to drop the ceilings.
  • If you have a home where heating and cooling on different levels always seems to be a problem.

Ductless systems offer many benefits to a homeowner.

They offer flexibility
Ductless systems can be installed anywhere without relying on where ductwork and vents exist. They are comprised of a small outdoor unit and one or more indoor units that require mounting and access to electricity.

They save money
Ductless systems operate with less power and provide temperature controlled air to the room you want it in – not every room in your home. Multi-split systems allow you to create zones in your home, meaning you can heat or cool only the rooms you truly with to heat or cool, not the rooms that sit unoccupied.

They improve air quality
Because indoor air quality is becoming more a concern, ductless systems are growing in popularity. With gas forced air, dust, dirt and other particle become airborne every time it turns on. This can aggravate all kinds of health issues, including allergies and asthma. Ductless systems offer multi-stage filtration systems that reduce dust, bacteria, pollens and other allergens that are in the air.

They are easy to install
Because they are ductless, there is no ductwork to install. There is also no ductwork to clean on a regular basis. Multi-split systems run on small pipes that require a small hole. That can add lots of square footage to your remodel where ceilings are often lowered to handle the ductwork.

They are energy efficient
Ductless systems use the most efficient refrigerant on the market today, R410A, with is known for its zero ozone depletion potential. Ductless systems follow Energy Star guidelines, and are far more efficient than guidelines set up the by US government. And because they are small in size and can be easily adapted for different zones in your home, they offer energy efficiency you won’t find with other options.

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