Ductless Air Conditioning is Cheaper

Ductless air conditioners have been manufactured and used in Japan for many years and were recently introduced in other countries. They are mainly used in multi-family homes, schools, office buildings, restaurants, cinemas and auditoriums. Ductless air conditioners are also called “mini-splits” as the central systems have two units.  It is an air handling unit that includes a fan and an evaporator with a compressor.

This type of air conditioner also has a condenser unit and is placed outside the home. The evaporator fan is placed in the room to be cooled. These units are combined with a tube that has a power cord and drain hose.

Ductless air conditioners have several advantages. One is that it can be easily installed since you don’t have to deal with wall pipes, and the air-conditioning compressor does not produce a lot of noise and provides a peaceful environment.

These systems can cool a wide area and help save energy by using the thermostat to control the zones independently. They also provide a wide range of options for interior design. They also help make the building safe and secure from thieves and intruders.

The main disadvantage of ductless air conditioners is the cost of the system. The prices range from $1,500 to $2,000, which is almost double the price of window ac units. Although this type of system is far more expensive than others, it is certainly worth every penny. The same applies to getting the best basement dehumidifier.

These systems cannot be installed anywhere though. You have to choose an appropriate location to place the air conditioning unit. If not installed in the right place or somewhere with insufficient space, there are possibilities of air bouncing between the walls, resulting in a short cycle of air. In this case, the unit will not be able to perform well and a lot of energy will be lost. A wifi thermostat is also something you must consider getting.