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What Is a Ductless Heating System?

What Is a Ductless Heating System?

The popularity of ductless heating systems—also known as split systems—has grown tremendously in recent years, and it’s not hard to understand why. While a conventional heating system delivers air to your household through ducts in every room, a ductless heating system does not require ducts at all. If you’d like to learn more about these systems and how they function, keep reading.

A Flexible Heating Option

Unlike a conventional heating system, a ductless heating system can be placed virtually anywhere in your home that you have electrical power and a place to mount it. They’re a great choice for providing adequate heating to apartments, smaller houses, or rooms that are difficult to heat using central heating systems. Ductless heating systems are also very easy to install compared to conventional systems.

An Energy-Efficient Heating Option

Ducts are extremely wasteful of energy, which means that relying on a large conventional heating system can end up being quite expensive for your household in the long run. In contrast, ductless heating systems can help you reduce your energy usage and steer clear of exorbitant heating bills.

An Ideal Option for Indoor Air Quality

Conventional air ducts are one of the biggest reasons for poor indoor air quality. Unless they’re cleaned out on a routine basis, ducts can easily become a trap for dust, mold, and allergens. Using a ductless heating system will not only help to keep your household’s air clean, but will also spare you from the expense of cleaning your ducts regularly.

For nearly a decade, Airrow Heating & Sheet Metal, LLC has been providing both residential and commercial customers in Newport, OR, and the greater Lincoln County area with the mechanical contracting services they require. If you have any questions about the services they offer, call (541) 265-8000 today.

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