Enjoy Supplemental Heating with a Ductless Mini-Split A/C System

Fall is right around the corner, and Labor Day will be here before you know it. Autumn in Pennsylvania and Delaware is a season of fluctuating temperatures, with warm days and cool nights in the first weeks before the winter chill sets in. Sometimes, after running the A/C during the day, you don’t want to crank on the heat—nor do you want to run the A/C when you’ve had the heat on all night. Neither makes sense, and both run up your energy bills. But don’t worry! You don’t need to suffer through fluctuating temperatures or hike your energy bills to keep comfortable. There’s an easier and more affordable home comfort solution.

Using a Ductless Mini-Split A/C System during the Fall

Ductless mini-split A/C systems consist of one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units. These units work together to distribute cool or warm air efficiently throughout your living space. You can affix indoor units to any interior wall. Additionally, the system’s operation does not require ductwork. These sleek and unobtrusive systems have such advanced features as whisper-quiet operation and remote control. For those who don’t have ductwork or who want supplemental heating, these factors make ductless mini-split A/C systems a favorite.

Heating over Seasonal Changes

You don’t want to tap into your heating fuel source until the weather starts getting consistently cold. Switching on your ductless mini-split A/C system can provide you supplementary heat on the season’s chillier nights before it’s time to use your central heating system.

A Little Extra Supplemental Heat to Keep You Cozy

Many PA and DE homeowners use their ductless mini-split A/C system alongside their oil heating system. This helps to bring home comfort costs down, while also keeping you cozy.

Keep Hard-To-Reach Rooms Warm

A ductless mini-split A/C system with a heat pump feature is a great option for spaces beyond the reach of your home’s primary heating system–like attics, additions, or in-law apartments.

If you think a ductless mini-split A/C system would make a great addition to your home, give us a call today.