Analysis of a Ductless Air Conditioning

Ductless air conditioners accompany a number of advantages for the new or older home. St. Louis heating and air conditioner contractor, Hoffmann Brothers answers rudimentary questions regarding the ductless air conditioning system.

What types of homes benefit from a ductless air conditioner?

A ductless AC suits the older home, where there is a lack of square footage. These space saving systems can also replace a central AC system in newer homes. In domiciles where a central air conditioner’s vent do not reach a room, a ductless air conditioning

system supplements heating and cooling in hard to reach rooms (such as the computer room, solarium, staircase, etc).

In fact, these ductless systems are so scaleable that both residential and commercial properties benefit from these HVAC systems. For instance, the ductless system functions beautifully in churches, office buildings, nursing homes, hotels and dining establishments.

Do ductless systems emit warm indoor temperature in the winter?

Ductless HVAC systems provide cool temps in the summer and warm in the winter.

How does the noise volume of a ductless air conditioning compare to a conventional central air system?

The ductless heating and cooling system outdistances central air conditioners in the noise department. The noise rendered from a ductless air conditioning is comparable to a human whisper.

Are ductless air conditioners less energy efficient than central air units?

On the contrary, today’s ductless air conditioners have at least a seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER) of 13. This is the minimum SEER that the Energy Star

Program certifies cooling and heating units.

Please call Hoffmann Brothers heating and air conditioning at (314) 664-3011 to determine if a ductless system is the most energy efficient solution for your home.

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