How Ductless A/C Can Fit In Your Life

Is it time to upgrade your Lubbock, TX, cooling system? Why not invest in an energy-efficient ductless air conditioner? Ductless AC, also known as a mini-split, will save you money on cooling costs from day one. It can also qualify you for a federal tax credit of up to $300. If you want to save money on HVAC, a ductless air conditioner from your local Mitsubishi Electric Contractor is an energy-saving option that you can’t afford to ignore.

1. Affordable Home Cooling Solution

Ductless air conditioning will keep you cool and cost you less. If your existing air conditioner isn’t really getting the job done and your electric bills are rising, a ductless AC system will keep your home consistently cool, even on Lubbock’s hottest and muggiest days. And you’ll be spending less on energy costs every month.

2. Save Even More With A Zoned System

With a ductless air conditioner, you can customize your cooling system to meet your needs. One outdoor unit can provide cooled air to four indoor units. Each indoor unit (or zone) has its own thermostat and can be programmed to maintain a different temperature. You don’t have to cool off the whole house if you’re only using one or two rooms.

3. Stop Losing Cooled Air Through Leaky Ducts

You don’t need ductwork with ductless air conditioning. Cooled air from the outdoor unit is supplied directly to the indoor units. Without ducts, the savings can be considerable. According to the University of Florida IFAS Extension, up to 40 percent of heating and cooling energy can be lost through leaky air ducts.

Additional benefits of ductless air conditioning systems include: (1) quick and easy installation, (2) a perfect way to cool a room addition, and (3) a multi-stage filtration system for cleaner indoor air.

Want to learn more about how a Mitsubishi Electric ductless system can turn your Lubbock, TX, home into the coolest house on the block? Visit Sinclair Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing or call 806 749 2665.

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