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All-Season Benefits of a Ductless Mini-Split System

Remotely Starting a Ductless Mini-Split Heating & Cooling System at Southern NH HomeLabor Day will be here before we know it! As summer comes to a close, you might think it’s too late to upgrade your A/C system. But what if we told you there is an energy-efficient solution to keep late summer weather at bay and offer extra warmth when autumn arrives? Enter the ductless mini-split A/C and heat pump system, your answer to year-round comfort.

What Is a Ductless Mini-Split System?

Ductless mini-split systems are made up of one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units that work together to evenly cool your home or selected rooms. The heat pump feature allows the system to produce supplementary heating that can offer added comfort when New England weather throws you for a loop.

What Are the Benefits?

Easy Installation

Mini-split systems are an affordable substitute for bulky window A/C units without springing for central air. The indoor units are sleek in design and can be easily installed on any wall—no ductwork required!

Supplementary Heating

Evening temperatures in New Hampshire start to drop as early as September. Your ductless mini-split can help keep your family warm before it’s time to turn on your oil or gas-fired central heating system for the season.

Lower Annual Energy Costs

A ductless mini-split system with an ENERGY STAR® rating produces a greater output while using less energy, resulting in significantly lower energy bills. You can take advantage of these savings in the summer and utilize the heat pump to offset winter fuel costs.

Improved Air Quality

With new high-efficiency equipment in place, you can reduce the quantity of common allergens and pollutants typically found in household air.

Now is the time to upgrade to a ductless mini-split system! When the seasons change, you’ll be happy that you did. Contact us to find the right brand and schedule your installation today.