The hottest time of the year is not upon us just yet, but it will be here before you know it. Even now, you can feel the outdoor temperatures rising. If you have been thinking about replacing your air conditioner, or if your system broke down just before the heating season started and you know for sure that this is the year for a replacement, now is the time to start seriously considering your options. Ideally, your new air conditioner will be in place before the hottest—and also the busiest, for AC technicians—days of summer are here. There are a lot of different home cooling systems out there to choose from, and our intensely hot summer season means that you really cannot afford to take any chances with the overall performance of your AC. That is why we recommend considering all of your options carefully. You may just find that going ductless is ideal for your upcoming air conditioning replacement in Tampa, FL.
What Are the Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning?
Ductless mini splits can benefit homeowners in a few ways. First of all, if you do not have existing ductwork in an existing property, or if your home cannot accommodate the installation of ductwork for any reason, the fact that such systems do not use ductwork is obviously hugely beneficial. This also means that you won’t have to worry about air leaks wasting energy or allowing pollutants into the system.
Another great benefit of ductless air conditioning is the fact that the individual blowers that such systems use can be controlled independently of one another, making for very straightforward zone controlled temperature regulation. You can easily maintain different temperatures in different areas of your home, which can help you to use energy more thoughtfully without putting anyone’s comfort in jeopardy.
Finally, ductless mini splits utilize heat pump technology in their operation. This means that they can double as heating systems in winter season. Because our winters are so mild, they are ideal for the use of a heat pump.
Contact IERNA’s Heating & Cooling if you have any questions.