Every hot summer we get phone calls from customers all over the Indianapolis area interested in finding some kind of air conditioning system that addresses a specific room or area of the home that just can’t get comfortable. If that’s you, here are two options to consider.
Many homeowners opt for portable air conditioners. As the name implies, these units can be easily transported to and setup in various locations. While most think of the standard window-unit portable air conditioner, there are many more stand-up units now available on the market.
In our experience, many electronics stores offer functional options for your short-term cooling needs. If you’re looking for a specific referral for portable air conditioners in Indianapolis, we recommend calling Trey at HH Gregg on 96th Street in Indianapolis.
If you expect to be in your home for more than a few years, however, there might be a better solution to fit your needs. For a targeted comfort solution in a challenging area, a growing number of Indianapolis area homeowners are turning to ductless heating and cooling equipment.
Ductless heating and cooling—or ductless mini splits—function very much like the traditional forced air HVAC system that most homes have, except without the ducts. And unlike portable air conditioners—with their limited capacity, messiness, and space-consuming devices—the ductless mini split affixes to your wall, takes up minimal space, and drains outside the home.
At Homesense, we offer the Carrier Comfort Series Ductless Highwall Heat Pump/Air Conditioner. We’re always happy to tell you more about its features and discuss installation in your home.