Control Energy Costs With Ductless Mini Splits

Heating and cooling a large home with many rooms can become expensive, especially when many of the rooms are rarely used throughout the day. While it’s convenient to have the entire home on one HVAC system, it can be costly when it comes to energy bills. One way to control these high energy costs is to invest in ductless mini split air conditioning units for certain rooms in your home, reducing energy waste. 

How Ductless Mini Splits Work

Ductless mini splits are smaller HVAC units that work independently of each other. Each unit is equipped with a thermostat and an outdoor compressor or conduit, allowing for easy regulation. These units are perfect for heating or cooling a confined area with less energy use than a whole-home HVAC system. 

Mini splits are ductless, meaning they do not need to be connected to any other HVAC system in the home. This makes them easy to install in most rooms of the home, or in any structure. Even in homes with an existing HVAC system, individual ductless mini split units can offer energy savings on days and nights where only one or two rooms need temperature control. This allows for temperature zoning, and can have a large impact on reducing monthly energy costs. 

Mini splits are great for bedrooms or heavily used rooms in the house. They are also perfect for garages or shops that are outside of the house, offering an affordable way to control the climate in these separate spaces. Talk to your local HVAC service company about how ductless mini split air conditioning units can help you control your energy costs.

Posted on behalf of:
ClimateSmith, LLC
Marietta, GA
(770) 475-9564

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