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Ductless heating and cooling systems utilize heat pump technology to distribute warm or cool air more quietly and efficiently than electric furnaces, baseboards and wall heaters. A qualified installer can help you choose the right ductless system and provide information about utility incentives and state and federal tax credits.

Outdoor Unit

The outdoor unit connects to the indoor unit with a small bundle of cables, including a refrigerant line. The unit is placed outside of your home on ground level. The cables require only a three-inch hole in the wall for installation, eliminating the need for expensive and invasive ductwork.

Indoor Unit

Keeping your existing heating system in place ensures bedrooms and bathrooms remain at desired temperatures, while the centrally located ductless system keeps your home’s main living areas as warm or cool as you’d like. A remote control lets you easily adjust your system's settings for maximum efficiency and comfort.


  1. An outdoor unit that sits on the ground
  2. An indoor unit mounted on a centrally located wall
  3. A remote control to adjust settings

Once your ductless heat pump is installed, simply set it to your preferred temperature and let it do the work.

More comfort. More Savings.

Integrating a ductless system is simple and affordable with potential utility incentives, tax credits and promotions for qualified units.

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