Adding ductless component to family room

My apartment in Arlington Heights, Illinois, was built in the late 1760’s.

  • My hubby and I fell in adore with the hardwood floors, moldings, doors and stairway.

The big windows and intricate millwork are just beautiful, unfortunately, the apartment is easily difficult to heat and cold. Because of a lack of conventional ductwork, we’ve needed to get creative. When my fine friend and I first moved in, my fine friend and I purchased a pellet stove for the family room. I hated it. The component required constant care, created fumes and took up a enjoyable deal of space. My fine friend and I eventually exchanged the pellet stove for a ventless gas heater. This gave little improvement. The ventless heater struggled to manage the extreme frigid of local winters. As a single period model, it would blast heat and shut down repeatedly, causing unpleasant temperature swings. I finally consulted with a local Heating, Ventilation plus A/C contractor who recommended an replace to a ductless mini split. This has been the ideal solution. The ductless system was installed in a matter of hours and without mess or disruption. I now have an outdoor compressor that is so quiet I never know if it’s running or not. A three-inch hole in an exterior wall accommodates a conduit that links the outdoor and indoor unit. The indoor handler is compact and modern-looking. It provides powerful heating and effective air conditioner. I’m able to customize the speed and direction of airflow and make adjustments to temperature with a cordless remote. The system operates quietly and even helps to dehumidify in the summer. It has made a immense improvement to the enjoyment of my family room.

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