Energy Adviser: Ductless heat pumps gaining momentum
Jun 27, 2012
Baseboard heaters and their cousins — ceiling cable heaters and in-wall heaters — are expensive and wasteful ways to warm a home. If you have these kinds of heaters, you’re reminded of this with each month’s electricity bill.
But it may be out of reach for you to install a traditional heat pump or furnace, along with all the ductwork needed to circulate the heated air.
Fortunately, that’s not the only option. Consider instead a ductless heat pump. As the name implies, this kind of system doesn’t require ducts. Learn More.