You may be familiar with ductless heating, or mini-split heat pumps. Maybe you’ve heard of ductless units as replacements for noisy, inefficient window AC units. Another common perception is they heat but not enough for our Indianapolis winters. We have great news for you!
Ductless heating technology continues to make great strides for today’s home and business owners. They constantly improve their ability to heat and cool your home or commercial property without the need to use existing or install new ductwork. This feature alone provides important comfort solutions for many Indianapolis residents.
Ductless heating and cooling units, as the name suggests, do not require ductwork to move conditioned air in your home. This is a great advantage if you plan to renovate or finish a space, such as a basement, garage or bonus attic room.
Do you have an older home with tricky architecture? Do you need to augment an older radiator system? You may have cold spots in your home as a result. Ductless heating and cooling gives you new options. Many units are ENERGY STAR-rated and provide smart utility use.
Additionally, the interior part of the system is installed on the wall or ceiling. This reduces security concerns around old-fashioned window units. Ductless heat pumps require only a three-inch hole to connect the indoor and outdoor equipment. Depending on your needs, multiple indoor units may connect to one outdoor compressor.
In order for you to stay warm during the coldest wind-chilling weather, consider the HSPF rating of any ductless heating unit you purchase.
HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor indicates how the ductless heating unit heats in the lowest temperatures. The higher the rating, the better it performs while the wind howls.
One example is the EMURA, by Daikin. This sleek model has an HSPF rating of 12.5. With Daikin Inverter Technology, it prevents the fluctuating temperatures sometimes seen in non-inverter models.
For the ultimate in convenience, the Daikin EMURA uses its Comfort Control App from your device. Control your ductless heating and cooling unit with a smartphone or tablet connected to the Internet.
Most traditional gas furnace systems are protected from the elements in the garage or basement. Because ductless mini splits connect to an outdoor compressor unit, we recommend you take some precautions.
For example, be sure to leave enough room around the outdoor unit to prevent ice and snow accumulation. Also, if you place the unit under a roof or overhang, give it proper clearance for normal operation.
At Homesense, we are happy to advise you of these and other local Indianapolis concerns.
If you’re a homeowner in Indianapolis or a suburb, like Noblesville, Homesense is available for your ductless heating service, repair and installation needs. We also work closely with property managers and real estate investors on heating and air issues.
Our technicians are thoroughly trained and certified to repair any brand. We care about your safety and comfort, so please call us when you need help.
Regardless of the age of your HVAC system, we encourage you to take advantage of our preventative heating and air service agreement. It’s a great value, plus it saves you time and money.
So, call Homesense at 317-203-8149 or submit an appointment request form today.