Ductless Mini-Split Systems Are a Smart Solution
A ductless mini-split system works exceptionally well in combination with a forced air furnace and central air conditioning. The system provides improved comfort throughout the entire house. Sometimes there could be times when you are going to need additional heat or air conditioning in specific areas of your home. Instead of running new ductwork to your home’s existing HVAC system, the smarter solution is to install a ductless mini-split. Here are some applications that a ductless mini-split system will really help:
Adding a New Home Addition
If you are going to add a new addition to your home, you will have to determine how to heat and cool the new space. To avoid the costs of running extra ductwork and having to upgrade to a bigger furnace and air conditioner, we recommend using a ductless mini-split system. This system will provide extra heating and cooling to the addition without those additional costs.
Having a sunroom is fantastic for the whole family. It adds square footage to your home and brings in plenty of light. Unfortunately, the climate in Ontario can cause issues with temperatures in a sunroom because it’s maybe too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. A ductless mini-split can help control the temperature and expand the amount of time that you can stay in your sunroom.
Many families use their garages for additional living space such as a hobby room, workshop, or an extra family room. A ductless mini-split is much more efficient than using portable heaters and air conditioners to keep the climate comfortable year-round.
A ductless system can be used in conjunction with the current heating and cooling system to provide comfort in new or updated spaces in your home.
Contact Waterloo Energy Products learn more about a ductless mini-split system. Our experts can answer any questions that you might have. You can always come to our sustainable living center and see all of our equipment. We are always happy to help!
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