No Ductwork? No Problem With The Energy-Efficient Ductless Air Handler For Your Home!
Summer is arriving sooner than expected and homeowners will naturally start-up their air conditioning system. However, they’ll have to ask themselves if their current equipment can keep their homes consistently cool at a relatively low cost. That’s why most homeowners are considering installing a ductless air handler system for their homes. It’s a type of central cooling unit that works in many different rooms of your home, offering custom specifications catered to your own preferences.
At Constant Home Comfort, we provide energy-efficient cooling and heating equipment for a variety of different homes. We also offer a list of HVAC rebates that can give you significant discounts in retrofitting your home to be more energy-efficient and carbon neutral. With a ductless air handler unit in place, you’ll be able to stay cool and comfortable without having to deal with additional costs.
Contact Constant Home Comfort today to get a great quote on our air handlers and take advantage of our special rebates for a discounted price. Give yourself a comfortable home year-round without paying exorbitant prices for all the energy you use.
There are currently money-saving rebates where you can save anywhere from $2,500 to $5,000 when you install ductless heating & cooling systems! Experience perfect temperatures with high savings this summer! Please contact us today to install your ductless systems or use our 24/7 online chat for more information.
Why Should I Consider Going Ductless?
There are many reasons why you should consider installing a ductless air handler cooler system for your home. These ductless units don’t rely on a network of interconnected ducts. Instead, they rely on an outdoor condenser unit that is connected to refrigerant lines installed throughout your home. These air handlers are usually mounted high up on the walls of the rooms, which helps to circulate cool air.
The refrigerant lines from the air handlers process cold air by pulling heat out of your home, then condensing and compressing it in order to bring in cooler air. They work similarly to traditional air conditioners but are more energy efficient. Additionally, if you already have an HVAC system in place, ductless air handlers can be paired with it to provide more comfort and extend its lifespan. Having multiple indoor air handlers that each work independently of each other can also reduce the need for using the thermostat too much.
Ductwork can be a messy job that adds unnecessary bulky additions to your home. With a ductless air handler, you’ll be able to save considerable space in your home. These air handlers use a small outdoor unit that utilizes up to four indoor air handlers that can be easily wall-mounted. By relying on a ductless system, you also protect the indoor air quality of your home and avoid having to deal with allergens, mould, mildew, and other dangerous contaminants.
How Can A Ductless Air Handler Save Me More Money?
Ductless air handlers don’t need to use as much energy as other air conditioners, which means more savings on your monthly utility bills for your home. Not only is it good for the environment, but ductless systems can provide efficient cooling for your rooms all throughout the hot summer season while reducing indoor air pollutants from flowing in your home. They’re the most energy-efficient HVAC system in the market that may require a few air filter changes every few months to keep your home healthy and comfortable.
Moreover, ductless air handlers can help you qualify for special provincial energy rebates, discounts, and incentives that encourage homeowners to install and upgrade more energy-saving appliances. Depending on the condition of your home and your eligibility, you can take advantage of rebates of up to $5000 in monetary value. Our Constant home Comfort team will help inspect your home and handle the paperwork involved in getting you qualified. Feel free to ask our technicians about potential rebates and savings to take advantage of upon installation.
Does A Ductless Air Handler Cool My Whole House Or Just Certain Areas?
Numerous ductless air handlers should be installed in different areas of your home. Unlike ductwork, which is connected all throughout your home, these air handler units only cool the room in which they’re installed. They also have their own thermostat systems, which can be used more independently from other air handlers. Although this might seem a bit more inconvenient than a traditional HVAC system, installing multiple air handlers not only saves you energy but also caters to the cooling preferences of different people in your home.
Contact Constant Home Comfort today to install a ductless air handler for your home. Get in touch with us now to learn more about their benefits, as well as potential energy rebates and savings you can take advantage of.