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Have You Considered a Ductless AC for Your Home?

If you are in the market for a new whole home air conditioning system, you may want to consider the installation of a ductless AC. There are a number of reasons why a ductless system can be a good fit for a lot of homes, as we’ll go over in more detail below, but for any whole home air conditioning system to work properly, it’s critical to hire a trained expert to do the work. This is where the professionals at Bartels Heating & Cooling come in. Since 1973, our NATE-certified experts have been helping customers in the West Chester, OH area with their air conditioning needs, and we can help with all of yours, including ductless cooling. Call us today and see how our specialists can help you stay cool all summer long.

How Does a Ductless System Work?

The cool air from a ductless system blows from individual indoor blowers. These blowers are about three feet long and each contains an air filter, a set of coils and a refrigerant line. Each blower is connected to the outdoor unit via a conduit, and an outdoor unit can support up to four individual blowers. The outdoor unit of a ductless system is very similar to that of a ducted system in that it contains a compressor, condenser and condenser fan. The cooling process starts as soon as one blower is turned on.

Why Consider a Ductless Cooling System?

There are a few reasons a ductless AC may be a good fit for your home:

  • No need for expensive ductwork – not too long ago, you couldn’t have whole home cooling without ductwork. A ductless system allows you to have cooling for your entire home without needing to install new ductwork or expand existing ductwork.
  • Can offer both cooling and heating – when used with a heat pump, a ductless system can both heat and cool your home.

Customized comfort – each blower of a ductless cooling system operates independently, allowing you to have zone control cooling in your home.

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