Why Ductless Split Systems?
Ductless split systems are a great option for homes or buildings that don’t have ductwork, additions, workshops, garages or nearly any other space where heating and/or cooling are needed. Their attractive, efficient design and quiet operation make ductless heating and cooling units ideal for bedrooms, libraries, classrooms or any space requiring enhanced temperature control. In fact, a ductless air conditioner is an excellent option for spot cooling, such as in an IT room or a large structure with uneven temperatures.
Easy to Install
Ductless split systems consist of an indoor unit and a separate outdoor unit that are connected by copper tubing and electrical wiring. Indoor units are available in a variety of styles to blend with your interior and can be mounted to the wall or ceiling.
Since no ductwork is needed, these systems can be installed nearly anywhere and in much less time than standard, forced-air HVAC systems. That means less cost for you and less downtime for your home or business.
Outstanding Comfort and Efficiency
With traditional HVAC systems, the temperature in one room or area cannot be changed without impacting the temperature everywhere. Ductless systems allow you to control the temperature in individual rooms or even if different areas of the same building. Many feature a wireless controller, similar to a television remote, putting you in direct control of your comfort.
Ductless units can save energy and money in offices, schools, churches or homes where not all of the areas are occupied all of the time. Ductless heating and cooling systems allow you to heat or cool only the space you’re using, only when you’re using it.
Easy to Maintain
Many indoor units feature washable filters that only require periodic cleaning. Outdoor units provide easy access for routine maintenance calls.
Options to Meet Your Needs
Whether you’re looking for a split system air conditioner, or a unit that provides both heating and cooling, HVAC Distribution can meet your needs. Click on any product category below for details and to purchase products.
For more information on ductless heating and cooling, visit our FAQ page.