Central air is common in central Georgia, but it isn’t right for every space. A ductless AC and heating unit offers flexible installation options to fit almost any space while quietly and efficiently delivering filtered air right where you need it. Installation involves an outdoor condenser and an indoor wall-mounted blower. This could be the best way to get the most out of your space and your money.
Ductless AC for Converted Spaces
Turning an attic, enclosed porch or garage into usable space means adding climate control. In most cases, the existing heating and cooling equipment won’t be able to handle the extra load. A ductless mini-split lets you skip the expense of adding ductwork and upgrading the main HVAC system.
Ductless Systems for Older Buildings
Today’s standards for heating and cooling systems can create a challenge in older buildings. Whether you’re trying to upgrade an older central air system or start from scratch to add climate control, the physical space for ducting and the main units can be tough to carve out. A ductless mini-split solves the space issue beautifully. It’s possible to create multi-room zoning or single-unit installations to create the comfortable environment you’re looking for.
Save Energy With a Ductless Unit
Traditional heating and cooling systems lose as much as 30 percent of the treated air to leaky ductwork, according to Energy Star. A ductless system eliminates the needs for long runs of ducting. All of the warmed or cooled air you pay for is pushed directly into the room where it’s needed. You can also save energy by adjusting the thermostat or shutting down the unit when the room is empty.
To learn more about the benefits of going ductless, check out Corbin Comfort Systems’ Ductless AC Services page or call (770) 942-2873. You can take comfort in Corbin.