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Rather than having ducts running throughout the house, a ductless heating and cooling system is strategically installed in select locations in the house. There are many ways that ductless heating and cooling can help Norristown, PA homeowners save money.

More Control Throughout the House

With a traditional heating and cooling system, you typically have one thermostat that controls the temperature for the entire house. However, with ductless heating and cooling you can set different zones around the house and control the temperature in each zone separately. Therefore, if you have rooms that are rarely used, you don’t have to pay extra money to heat or cool them or you can target rooms that feel colder or hotter than the rest of the house.

No Ductwork to Repair

Ductless heating and cooling systems mount directly to the wall and eliminate the need for ductwork throughout the house. This gets rid of the possibility of costly repairs for leaking or damaged ducts. You’ll also save money because you won’t lose any air through holes or leaks in the ductwork. Plus, since the units are more visible, they’re easier to maintain and repair if there’s ever a problem.

One System for Heating and Cooling

If you have a home with window air conditioning units for the summer and electric baseboard heat for winter, you can have a ductless heating and cooling system that will take care of both needs in one. Not only does this help you save money, it’s also more convenient than having separate systems.

Install Anywhere

If you have an old home with low ceilings, a small house, or any other living space where installing ductwork is cost or space prohibitive, a ductless cooling and heating system is an ideal option. They also do not require the space that other units need, which can help you save money.

If you’re interested in learning more about ductless heating and cooling, or if you would like to have your own system installed, call the professionals at New Age Air at 610-298-0271 for more information.

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