Air conditioning heating and cooling alternative for homes without duct systems and forced air furnaces


Not all homes have forced air furnaces, which are prerequisites for forced air air conditioning systems. Thankfully, there are other options that will allow you to stay cool when the summer heat and humidity is just too much to bear.


A wall air conditioner, also known as ductless AC, works on the same principles as forced air units, meaning that coolant is used to cool the air in your home, transferring the hot air to an outdoor unit where it is released. The main difference is in how the air is circulated. You can opt to have a single unit or multiple units in the form of small cartridges mounted in the wall or ceiling of the space you wish to cool.


A gratifying compromise between forced air and window air conditioners for your house

Ductless air conditioners offer a number of distinct advantages in the category of home AC units. Window air conditioners are mounted in an open window, creating security concerns and installation hassles, particularly if you do it yourself. They also can only cool a single room, so interior rooms are out of luck. Ductless air conditioners can be placed in any room and allow you to adjust the temperature in each room individually.


A new installation of ductless air conditioners is straightforward, and once in operation they can reduce your energy bills by minimizing your electricity consumption. There are a variety of units available so you can select the right one for your needs and maximize your control over the temperature throughout your home.


Let Mr. Furnace help you choose the right ductless AC for your home. Talk to us today.

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