If you haven’t upgraded or replaced your HVAC system in a while, the advantages are surprising when it comes to efficiency, operation, and design. One attractive HVAC option is a ductless system. If you are considering a new HVAC system, here are some reasons you should go ductless in your St. Louis, MO, home.

Custom Zones

Ductless systems give you the ability to individually heat each area of your house due to their zoning capabilities. The ability to heat only the rooms in use is a huge benefit for efficiency and leads to cheaper energy bills.

Can Heat and Cool

A ductless system has a pump inside that draws the hot air from a given area, cools it and disperses it back into the room. Each pump is also designed to work in reverse. This means you can use it in the winter to heat your home.

No Need to Install or Repair Ductwork

If you have an older home, there is a chance there is no ductwork or the ductwork is so old it doesn’t make sense to install a new ducted unit. Installing new ductwork can be an expensive endeavor. Ductless mini-splits help you eliminate these problems and offer a more energy-efficient way to maintain the temperature in your home.

It Never Breaks Completely

With a ductless mini-split system, you can have your heating installed to utilize multiple air handlers. If one of them has an issue, the others are all still operational. You’re never completely out of luck when your HVAC system has an issue if you choose to go ductless.

Call the HVAC pros at Indoor Comfort Team to inquire about installing a ductless mini-split system and setting up a free estimate. We pride ourselves on providing you with world-class products and customer service.

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