Ductless systems are also known by a couple other names: ductless mini splits and ductless heat pumps. No matter what name you call them, they are efficient and powerful heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
These innovative systems are becoming more and more popular here in the Pacific Northwest area for good reason. At HomeRx Heating & Air Conditioning, our professionals are installing, repairing, and maintaining more of these versatile systems than ever.
Because your satisfaction and comfort are our priorities, we only work with the highest-quality ductless systems and materials. We want you to experience the high efficiency, flexibility, and comfort these compact HVAC systems offer.
What Is a Ductless System?
A ductless system is a heating and cooling system that offers efficiencies and options more traditional HVAC systems do not have. They are different from their more traditional HVAC cousins in that they do not utilize ducts to circulate their heated and cooled air. This is where they get ductless name.
These systems are very efficient because they are heat pumps and do not create their own heat. Since they are heat pumps, they simply transfer heat from outdoors to the indoors during cold weather and then move the heat from indoors to outdoors during the warmer weather. Without the use of ducts to distribute their warm or cool air, there is no energy lost via leaks in the air ducts.
Additionally, these HVAC marvels offer you flexibility due to their size. With their small size and few components, they can be installed almost anywhere in your home, mounting on a wall or ceiling. With this flexibility, you can experience custom temperature control on an on-demand basis.
All these ductless system characteristics offer several benefits to you:
- Cost savings
- Higher indoor air quality
- Easy installation
HomeRx Installs Ductless Systems
When our HVAC professionals install a ductless system, or more than one, in your Portland, Bend, or Seattle area home, it is a streamlined process due to each system only having three main components. Essentially the three components are the indoor unit (an air-handling unit), an outdoor unit (the condenser or compressor), and a small conduit connecting the two units (housing the condensate drain, suction tubing, refrigerant tubing, and power cable).
A ductless system is designed to heat and cool only one area of your home, but our HVAC experts have installed multiple systems throughout Oregon and Washington homes. When several indoor units are installed with one outdoor unit, you have a zone control system. Our HVAC experts can assist you in designing the perfect complete system for your ultimate comfort.
HomeRx Repairs Ductless Systems
When properly maintained, ductless systems rarely require repairs. However, call us immediately if your system does require a repair. Waiting to see if it will repair itself is never a good idea. Typically the issue grows worse and more expensive.
You can rely on any repair we make being made correctly the first time. We will have restored your heating or cooling to you in a reliable fashion, and since we only use the industry’s top parts and materials, your repair will last.
HomeRx Maintains Ductless Systems
Just as with every other HVAC system, consistent professional preventative maintenance is needed for your ductless system. When our ductless system experts regularly maintain your system, it will last longer, operate more efficiently, and save you money on your energy costs.
Talk to us about our comprehensive maintenance package. We have something for everyone, both in HVAC and financial needs. Our team will help you protect your HVAC investment.
Contact Us for Your Ductless System Needs
At HomeRx Heating & Air Conditioning, we are experts at installing, repairing, and maintaining ductless systems here in the Portland, OR, Bend, OR, and Seattle, WA, area. More and more homes are installing these systems due to their efficiency and comfort. Call us today at 503-479-5290 or request service online if your current ductless needs repair or maintenance, or if you would like to discuss the options for a new one in your home.
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Thank you Glenn, It was a pleasure to work with you as well. Enjoy your new system!