Winter is on its way here in Helotes, TX, and if you’re going to install a new heating system, now is the right time to do it. An older, heavily-used heating system might not be able to last the whole winter, and making a change now means ensuring that your home is kept warm without worrying about a breakdown. If you’re going to make a change, you might want to consider a ductless HVAC system instead of a traditional centralized model. They offer a lot of advantages over centralized models, though they work better in some homes than others. Here’s a quick look at the benefits such a system offers.
How It Works
As the title indicates, ductless systems don’t rely on ducts to heat or cool the home. That means they don’t rely on a single centralized unit to do the job. Instead, they use a series of smaller units spaced throughout your home, each one independently operated and each one charged with heating or cooling a single room or section of your home. That provides you with a number of advantages, including the ability to set different temperatures in difference rooms and turn off the heat or air conditioning in parts of the home you aren’t using. That can save you a huge amount of money on monthly bills, as well as allowing your family to tailor the temperature to whatever they like.
The Best Homes for It
Any home can benefit from a ductless system, but they tend to work best in homes that are large and may struggle to adequately warm or cool the space. They also work well for homes where the ducts are problematic of difficult to install, and in homes with a lot of residents such as boarding houses or nursing homes.
Contact D’Spain Sales and Service, Inc. to discuss your options with a ductless system.