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Can I Save Money with a Ductless Air Conditioner?

Monday, May 1st, 2017

ductless-AC-blowerThere is a very good chance that you could. If you are looking for a new air conditioner to replace your old system with, or if you have a new property going up and want to explore your AC options, the ductless mini split is definitely worth your consideration. While not necessarily ideal for every property or every homeowner — though what is? — the ductless mini split has a lot to offer in many situations.

Energy efficiency is certainly one of the major reasons why ductless mini splits in Westport, CT are as popular as they are today. When compared with a central air conditioner, the ductless AC offers a few benefits that help to set its efficiency capabilities apart. Read on, and remember to hire trained professionals to handle your ductless mini split services.

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“Ductless” Air Conditioning? How Does That Work?

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Not too long ago, you couldn’t have whole-home air conditioning without ductwork. These days, however, there are several different kinds of systems that allow homeowners to have whole house cooling when there’s no ductwork in the home. One type of system like this is the ductless air conditioner. Ductless ACs have been around for a while, and made a strong debut in commercial spaces like restaurants. But over the last few years they have made the migration into residential properties, and as a result, have become very popular. If you aren’t familiar with how these systems work, though, you may be hard pressed to understand how they can effectively cool your home in Westport, CT, but our Celco Heating and Air Conditioning experts are here to provide a basic explanation about how these systems work.

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How Can Ductless Air Conditioning Benefit My Home?

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Ductless air conditioning in Stamford a great option for some of our customers. Used frequently in commercial spaces like restaurants, ductless air conditioning has moved into the residential market, giving homeowners another option when considering the installation of air conditioning to their property. With over 35 years in air conditioning installation, repair and maintenance, Celco Heating and Air Conditioning knows that when choosing an air conditioner for your home, it is always best to know what options you have. Below, we’ll discuss some of the benefits of ductless air conditioning.

No Ducts Needed

There are a lot of beautiful, older homes in the Stamford area. Many older homes were not built with air ducts, as heat delivery was conducted through radiators or baseboard heating. Ductless air conditioners allow for whole-home air conditioning without having to install air ducts or utilize multiple window units.

Custom Cooling

The blowers for a ductless air conditioner operate individually, giving you complete control over the temperature of the space in which the blower is installed. How? Each blower has its own programmable thermostat, enabling you to run a blower at a specific temperature during specific times.

Better Energy Efficiency

Not only do ductless systems have SEER numbers within current federal guidelines, the ability to customize your cooling, as discussed above, helps with energy efficiency. Why? With individual blowers, you don’t need to worry about cooling a space that isn’t occupied. This is known as zone control, and it can contribute a lot to achieving lower monthly utility bills.

Less Space Requirement

Ductwork needs a great deal of space for installation; in contrast, the blowers for a ductless air conditioning system are a little over a half-foot long and about 3 inches deep – a much smaller size. As such, they fit easily into a variety spaces, including over door frames.

Cleaner Installment

With no ductwork to contend with, the installation of a ductless system can be quite clean in comparison to a ducted system. All that is required with a ductless air conditioner is that the blower be connected to the outdoor unit. This happens through a small hole – about 3 inches in diameter – being drilled into an exterior wall.

Is a Ductless Air Conditioning System For You?

A lot of considerations should go into any air conditioning purchase.

If you are considering a ductless air conditioning system in Stamford, call an expert at Celco Heating and Air Conditioning and schedule a consultation.

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