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Ductless heating and cooling systems can be used to enhance comfort in a variety of spaces; below are some of the more common locations that you’ll find one.

Homes With Electric Heat

Ductless systems are ideal for replacing or supplementing inefficient electric baseboard, wall and ceiling heat, electric furnaces and other space heaters. A cost-effective arrangement for a small house might involve a ductless system serving the main living area, while existing electric baseboards in bedrooms and bathrooms supplement heat when needed.

Manufactured Homes

Installing a ductless system in your new or existing manufactured home is easy. Ductless systems are a highly efficient primary heating and cooling solution for electrically heated manufactured homes. Unlike electric furnaces, these systems provide quiet and even air distribution, ensuring a comfortable home environment year-round.

Remodels And New Additions

When a room is added onto a house or when an attic is converted to living space, a ductless system is an effective and convenient option. Rather than extending the home’s existing duct work or pipes, or adding electric resistance heaters, a ductless system can provide efficient heating and cooling in one system at a lower operational cost.

New Construction

New home designs can be adapted to take advantage of a ductless system’s many benefits. Two or more systems can be installed strategically throughout the house to simplify an installation and minimize refrigerant-line length.

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A qualified installer can help you choose the right ductless system and provide information about utility rebates and state tax credits.

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