- Furnace Installation
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- Heat Pump Installation
- Heat Pump Repair
- Ductless Mini-Split Installation
- Ductless Mini-Split Repair
- Geothermal Installation
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- Boiler Installation
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Ductless Mini-Split System Installations in Maumee, OH
If you’re looking for a way to provide flexible heating and air conditioning to your home, consider installing a ductless heating and air conditioning system. They're a great alternative to the typical central AC and furnace combination that many homeowners opt for.
When you need a great way to heat or cool your home, make sure that you contact our team. We’ve been a leading force in the HVAC industry in Ohio since 1997.
How Ductless Heating and Air Conditioning Systems Work
Ductless systems (also commonly referred to as ductless mini splits) are heat pump systems that don’t rely on the ductwork in your home. Instead of using the ductwork in your home like a central air conditioner or furnace would, a ductless mini split uses individual air handlers mounted throughout your home. Having these individual air handlers is an advantage because it allows you to target areas of your home that might need more heating and cooling power than others.
Call Our Team for Ductless System Installations
While all the above sounds great, many homeowners would rather stick with their central AC and furnace combo. But here’s what a ductless system has that they don’t:
Zone-Control: Zone-control is a way to heat or cool your home by separating it into "zones" with separate thermostats. It allows homeowners to account for structural imbalances in their home by targeting specific areas. A ductless mini split is a great way to zone your home without having to extensively modify your home’s duct system.
Lower HVAC Bills: Since you have autonomous air handlers and individual thermostats, you can heat and cool the spaces that you need rather than the spaces that you have to. When you’re only cooling the spaces that you need, you’ll save money on your cooling bills.