To go ductless, of not to go ductless, that is the question. You may not realize it but ductless air conditioners have numerous advantages and are famed for their energy efficiency. So, what does it mean to have a ductless air conditioner? Ductless, mini split-system air conditioners can be implemented in residential or commercial buildings for the cooling you’re looking for.

Ductless air conditioners are small and flexible, and can easily cool anything from a single room to a whole home. Installing extra duct work can be costly and difficult; ductless air conditioners is a simple solution to cool your home. The energy efficiency comes from being “ductless” ; this means it avoids using any ducts and eliminates the issues and energy waste that comes with it. According to the United States Department of Energy, duct losses can contribute to as much as 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning.

Ductless air conditioners are made up of three parts; a condenser unit outside your home, and evaporator/blower unit in the specified room, and a conduit to link your outdoor and indoor unit (includes the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and condensate drain). Since ductless air conditioners focus primarily on cooling single rooms, it could be a great addition for garages, sun room, home additions or renovations. Particularly in these hot summer months certain rooms can become unbearably hot.

A ductless air conditioner will solve your summer heat problems and cool down your designated space. However, a mini-split ductless air conditioner can cool up to four rooms. Cost may vary on your ductless air conditioner due to the usual criteria; size, number of units, brank, and chosen SEER. A ductless air conditioning may be the best fit for your home with their increased flexibility and energy efficiency. Contact Bruno Air Conditioning with any questions you may have about ductless air conditioning and how it may benefit your home.