Why Ductless?

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Exceptional Communication

Our attention to detail sets us apart from the rest

White Glove Service

A commercial grade cleaning of our workspace with every installation

Every installation comes with Wi-Fi control

You should be in complete control of your system, from wherever you are

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All work done to manufacturer’s specification or better

Our installations are designed to last and last

We are a local, family owned business

We follow The Golden Rule

We give back to our community

Our business is based on referrals and the only way we earn them is by doing a good job and serving our community through volunteer work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Should I Install A Ductless Heat Pump?

Ductless technology has been around since the 1970’s and was originally a cooling-only product used primarily in Asia, Europe and South America. Replacing window units was the first goal, and early ductless units were not much different from window units since they used standard motors and compressors.

While adoption of ductless technology was high, efficiency was not. As the global market has grown, the technology advanced at a rapid pace and the modern offerings are wildly different from their early counterparts in terms of features, benefits and efficiency. Nowadays, ductless units are almost entirely “heat pumps”, which are essentially a cooling unit that has the ability to reverse the operation and instead of rejecting the heat it absorbs to the outdoors, they’ll reject the heat back into the living space. Efficiency with heat pumps is always a concern, since they use electricity to power the equipment, but luckily, the efficiency of modern ductless systems is unparalleled by anything on the market. Today’s ductless heat pumps are fully capable of being your sole source of heating and cooling, even in extremely cold climates. Looking at the current flock of ductless products, it is easy to see why there is double-digit growth in the US market – ductless products are the perfect solution to so many issues that plague existing homes in America.

Whether you need complete control of your comfort, or you want to heat an addition, or you need to solve your Indoor Air Quality issues, there is a ductless solution for you. 75% of our installations use a wall-mount unit, but there are ceiling mount units, floor mount units, flush mount cassettes and small ducted setups as well, so finding a way to get comfort wherever you want it is no longer an issue.