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How a Ductless Mini Split can Help You This Fall

The days are finally starting to cool off, which means it’s time to make sure that your home’s heating situation is in order. You don’t want to be caught without a good heating system in the middle of winter, after all. If you’re looking for a new heating system this year, you should make sure to examine all the options to find the best one for your needs. Read on to find out how a ductless mini split can help you this fall.

Ductless Systems

A ductless mini split is a heat pump that doesn’t use ducts. It relies on a set of individual air handlers, with one installed in each room in the house that requires climate control. Up to four of these air handlers can be connected to an outdoor unit. Each air handler has its own thermostat, which enables it to operate separately from the rest of the air handlers that make up the system. Since the system is a heat pump, it can act as either a heating or air conditioning system.

Advantages of Ductless Systems

Ductless mini splits have a lot of unique advantages to offer. For one, the convenience of using a single system for climate control eliminates a lot of wasted money and space. For another, ductless systems are quite a bit more energy efficient than centralized systems. They don’t have to worry about duct leaks, which are the cause of significant output loses for central forced air systems. They also don’t have to burn fuel to generate heat, which makes them more efficient than combustion-based heating systems. A ductless system can keep your home more comfortable all year round, all while costing less money to operate.

Saddleback Plumbing provides ductless mini split installation services throughout Laguna Niguel, CA. Call today to schedule an appointment.

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