Trying to cut HVAC costs for your property? If so, it is high time to learn about our mini split system services in Livermore. Controlled Air offers both ductless and ducted mini splits that will increase the convenience of cooling your building while cutting costs.
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One of the great benefits of using split systems is that they are much more efficient to run, which also means that it costs less to use them. The only potential drawback is that a ductless mini split has a more limited area of coverage. In contrast, a system with ducts can provide temperature control to multiple rooms. Typically, most users prefer a ductless mini split for this very purpose: individual users can control the temperature of their room. However, for those looking to take advantage of the benefits of both systems, they can opt for ducted splits.
In addition to providing an extensive area of coverage via the ducts, ducted mini splits are great for those who want to conceal their system more. Although ductless mini splits are still relatively small, ducted versions do not have a normal, exposed indoor handler. This makes them very low-profile and offers even more wall space than a ductless version.
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In the past, homeowners and business owners were initially unsure about the effectiveness of mini splits. However, mini splits are becoming even more sought after now that there have been continual developments in usability and convenience.
A few of the most popular reasons for choosing a mini split include:
- The convenience that comes from zoning – Instead of having to cool the entire building, a mini split enables residents to split up a building into rooms or zones. This way, if individuals of a household disagree on the temperature of the whole property, they can control their own zone.
- Lowered costs from energy efficiency – By using zoning, users also dramatically decrease costs. Mini splits are already better at using energy effectively. Additionally, the ability to zone means that only a single room can be cooled, rather than the whole building.
Generally, HVAC professionals say that mini splits are capable of lasting between 10 to 30 years. The reason for this extensive range is that a mini split’s lifespan depends on how much maintenance it receives. Systems with regular check-ups will last far longer, while systems without any tune-ups will have an earlier expiration. Talk to our team at Controlled Air about how often your system might require maintenance.
We are happy to offer complimentary estimates to our loyal clients, so just call us now at (925) 592-1398 to get started with our mini split system services.