Are you building a room addition in your Belmont, North Carolina, home? Are your family members constantly complaining about your home’s temperature and frequently adjusting the thermostat? A ductless HVAC system might be the answer to all your problems. Read on to learn whether a single-zoned and a multi-zoned ductless HVAC system is right for your family’s comfort needs.

Use a Single-Zoned Ductless HVAC System In a Room Addition

If you’re building a room addition in your home, a single-zoned ductless HVAC system is a great option. Unlike a central heating and cooling system, the outdoor and indoor components don’t connect through a network of ducts. In addition to eliminating the need to extend your ductwork to heat or cool the extra room, you save money by:

  • Delivering treated air directly into the room instead of through possibly leaky ducts
  • Avoiding the cost of investing in professional duct inspections and cleaning services
  • Taking advantage of ductless HVAC system tax credits and utility rebates

Use a Multi-Zoned Ductless HVAC System Throughout Your Home

Unlike a single-zoned unit, you can connect a multi-zoned ductless system’s outdoor component to multiple indoor units throughout your home. As a result, you’re able to create and control several comfort zones. So if one person wants it cool in the living room and another wants it warm in a bedroom, you can achieve both. You save by:

  • Avoiding extreme thermostat adjustments that lead to higher energy bills
  • Reducing the need for costly repairs caused by overworking your central system
  • Keeping everyone in your household comfortable no matter where they’re at
  • Are you interested in learning more about our ductless HVAC products and services? Contact Steve Davis Heating & Air Conditioning at 704-810-0773 today to speak with an experienced and a knowledgeable professional. We look forward to helping you install a system that meets your comfort demands without costing you excess energy and money.

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