Is it time to enhance your air conditioning and heating system in Asheville, North Carolina? Consider going ductless. Not only are they quick and easy to install, but ductless HVAC systems are also better for indoor air quality and the environment. Ductless units, also known as mini-split systems, provide consistent comfort in every room. Here are some pros of going ductless:

Energy Efficient

A ductless HVAC system is usually a wall-mounted unit, which removes the need for ducts in your home. Getting rid of these automatically improves your energy efficiency because your system is no longer using ducts that can leak conditioned air. Also, multiple units allow you to choose which rooms you’d like the system to be running in. As a result, this eliminates the need to cool or heat rooms that you’re not using.

Perfect for Different Situations

Ideal sites for a ductless system include:

  • Garage additions
  • New additions
  • Bonus rooms
  • Newly enclosed sunrooms
  • Downsizing a larger home
  • Create independent zones in different rooms
  • Support a room that is underserved by your existing system
  • Add AC to a house with no existing air conditioning

Ductless HVAC systems can add a more energy-efficient air conditioning solution to any space, all while creating cleaner air. Ductless units can support any room, no matter the size.

Breathe Cleaner Air

While traditional HVAC systems need to have the ducts professionally cleaned on a regular basis, ductless systems offer multi-stage filtration. That advanced filtration system can reduce biological growth, pollen, dust particles and other allergens in the air. In fact, ductless systems can cut your heating costs in half because they’re transferring heat instead of generating it.

Gentry Heating, Inc. has been delivering top-quality cooling and heating installations for more than half a century. If you’re ready to see how a ductless HVAC system can benefit your home, call us today at 828-581-4045. Our qualified service technicians are ready to help you with all of your heating and cooling needs.

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