Ductless system features inverter technology

Because the system features inverter technology, it’s attractively efficient

My house has undergone a lot of renovations over the years. Walls have been taken down to open up the floorplan. A screened-in porch was enclosed to make more living space. Windows were added, doors sealed off and French doors installed to a deck in the backyard; None of these changes took into consideration the configuration of the ductwork. In some areas of the home, there are insufficient supply and return vents to keep up with demand. I’m not sure the furnace and air conditioner are respectfully sized for the square footage. With the freezing frigid winters and tepid and humid summers in Arlington Heights, Illinois, heating and cooling is important. Keeping a comfortable apartment is also extravagant. I looked into re-designing the ductwork, but the project was far too invasive and extravagant… Rather than tear down walls and replace the furnace and air conditioner, it was far more cost-effective to invest into a ductless system. The replacement was completed in a single afternoon, and there was clean up required. My fine friend and I now have an outdoor compressor that links to eight separate indoor handlers. The air handlers are mounted up high on the wall where they aren’t in the way and don’t draw attention. They operate quietly and switch seamlessly between heating and cooling. We’re able to set a precise and independent temperature in each room. Because the system features inverter technology, it’s attractively efficient. It reacts to the indoor temperature, perfectly adapting speed to maintain the ideal comfort level. Typically running at lower capacity, the system uses less energy and keeps daily bills to a minimum.

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