Jul 16 2016

ductless systemSummertime in Edgewater, Maryland, means hot, sunny afternoons with plenty of humidity. If you are dreading the sight of another sky-high cooling bill, or if you continually struggle to keep your home cool during warm weather months, it’s time you went ductless. Learn how a ductless air conditioning system can keep your home cool and comfortable all summer long.

They Only Cool Where Necessary

One of the greatest benefits of ductless air conditioning systems is that they only cool specified areas. Each system is linked to a single room or zone, so you can cool down the kitchen when it’s time to cook dinner or send a blast of cool air to the bedrooms when you’re ready to wind down. You can also turn down the temperature in rooms that always feel too warm without compromising the temperature throughout the rest of the house. That means the whole family can stay cool and comfortable no matter where they’re relaxing.

They Save Energy

When you only cool the zones that need it, you don’t have to worry about unnecessary air conditioning or energy waste. That means you’ll save energy all summer long while simultaneously lowering your utility bills. Since ductless systems don’t need ductwork, you can eliminate the standard 30 percent energy loss that the average ductwork can cause.

They Make Installation Simple

If you’ve purchased a new HVAC system for your home, you know that ductwork gets complicated quickly and the installation process isn’t always fast. When it comes to ductless systems, however, installation couldn’t be more simple. These systems require an indoor unit and an outdoor unit connected by short pipes that run through a small hole in your home’s exterior wall closest to the unit(s). You can cool down with a ductless system after just a one-day installation.

From new HVAC systems to components that meet the unique needs of your home, Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc. has it all. Give us a call today at 410-919-0110 to learn how we can automate your home comfort.

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