This type of system allows you to heat and cool any or every room in your home individually. Maybe you want to enjoy that addition or 3 seasons room without adding duct work to your furnace. Today homeowners actually have the option to forgo the use of air ducts.
The Downside of Air Ducts
When they are expertly designed and professionally installed, air ducts can be a very effective and efficient means by which to distribute heated or cooled air throughout a house. However, they can degrade over time, develop leaks and may suffer from a buildup of pollutants within the system. To avoid such problems while still benefitting from forced-air heating, you could choose to use a ductless heating system.
Should you decide that ductless heating is an option that you’d like to pursue, give us a call to schedule your ductless heating installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance services with the trained professionals on our staff. We have the experience, training and skill required to complete your ductless heating services properly every step of the way.
How Does Ductless Heating Work?
If you’ve never encountered ductless heating, then you might have a difficult time envisioning how such a system works. A ductless heater will use of individual, wall–mounted blowers. These heat the rooms in which they are installed directly, rather than distributing that air throughout an entire house via ductwork.
Heat pump technology is utilized in order to absorb heat from the air outside. The refrigerant that absorbs this heat is further compressed, and this thermal energy is then used to heat air for warming one’s home. Contact Johnson Heating and AC LLC today to learn more about how ductless heating functions.
Schedule Your Ductless Heating Installation or Replacement with Us
While a ductless heating system does not necessitate the installation of air ducts throughout a house, the installation of such a system is still something that only a trained professional should attempt. An outdoor unit must be installed on your property, and that unit must be connected to the blowers indoors with power, refrigerant and any necessary drainage lines. These blowers all require their own thermostats as well.