No ductwork? No problem. Even homes and spaces without ductwork can be filled with comfort and peace of mind thanks to ductless systems. Energy-efficient ductless systems forgo the ducts in favor of a pair of indoor and outdoor units to heat and cool your home.
These mini-split AC units are comprised of an indoor and outdoor unit, with the indoor unit mounted onto the wall while the compressor is installed outdoors. These products are often used in additions to existing structures or environments where baseboard heating or window AC units would be considered.
A ductless mini-split system delivers heated, cooled, or ventilated air directly to the target room, without running through ventilation ducts. Ductless AC and heat systems, just like ducted ones, have two main components: a compressor outdoors and one or more air handler units indoors.
Indoor units can be placed almost anywhere in the room, as long as they can be reached by a thin conduit. They normally each have their own remote control, for easy access.
Air Hawk Heating and Cooling offers top-rated ductless mini-split repairs, installation, and maintenance to ensure your system stays in prime condition.
Did you know that, in a ducted system, you lose, on average, 20% to 30% of the heating and cooling through improperly sealed and insulated ducts? With ductless systems, that just doesn’t happen. There are many advantages to choosing ductless mini-splits for your Odessa or central West Florida home.
Air Hawk recommends ductless mini-splits for their best-known feature, which is room-by-room temperature control, but also for many other advantages:
Zoning capabilities Room-by-room control is a top feature.
Quiet While not silent, ductless AC systems are surprisingly quiet.
More efficient Less heat and cooling are lost than in a ducted system.
Excellent retrofitting solutions Add rooms as you wish.
Money-saver Efficient and easy to manage, they make a difference to your budget.
Eco-friendly Reduced carbon output and zero ozone depletion potential.
Flexibility in design options At 7 inches deep and 15 high, you can put them almost anywhere.