Monthly Archives: October 2019
Please research the appropriate unit size for your area before purchasing. Above's suggestion of square footage is based on ideal situations where minimal heat is transferred. If the area contains many electrical appliances, windows, or non-insulated areas, your sizing may need to increase above the recommended square footage. Please ask an expert technician for ideal size before purchasing.
The cold weather is coming, which means you might be thinking more about the heating solution in your home. After all, you’ve probably already had to turn on your heater a few times already.
One solution that has piqued your interest is the mini-split heat pump. These ductless pumps can be installed alongside your preexisting heating system or independently as stand alone units. For instance, you can get a mini-split heat pump set up if you already use space heaters (including those that run on kerosene, propane, or wood), baseboard heating, and hot water heaters. But you can also get a mini-split heat pump as it's own unit without any accompanying heating systems if you're adding them to a structure that doesn't have an existing heating system. Both commercial businesses and residences are eligible for mini-split heat pumps.
What’s wrong with the above ducted systems is they tend to waste a lot of energy. It all
After doing a lot of research, you’ve decided you’re interested in getting a ductless air conditioning system for your home. You’re ready to reap the many benefits such an AC system can provide, including the comfort, efficiency, and better cooling control.
There’s just one matter that’s giving you pause. How much will the installation work cost? That’s one answer your research has not provided. You could call around and ask for quotes, but you thought you would do that once you’re sure you want to proceed with the project.
Okay, so exactly how much will it cost to install a ductless air conditioning system? It varies depending on how many zones are necessary for the installation. On the lower end, some homeowners have paid anywhere from $400 to $1,800 for the work. This project can also run you as much as $7,000, even $14,500. While the average tends to be between $2,500 and $3,000, you want a precise gue