Same Cool Air Without the Need for Ducts
Beat the summer heat with a more sensible solution. See the difference that a ductless air conditioner can make in your home. Spring Home works with homeowners all throughout Toronto and the GTA—helping them solve their HVAC problems.
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Whether is a replacement of a broken ductless air conditioner or upgrade of existing ductless heat pump, SpringHome heating and cooling solutiuons can help.
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You and your family deserve a more comfortable living space. Upgrade your home’s climate control with a ductless air conditioner, which comes with a variety of benefits over traditional systems that use ducts.
We understand how challenging maintaining a large HVAC system is. Whether its cleaning the ducts, troubleshooting airflow problems, or something else— ductless systems are simple to use and maintain.
The Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioners
Cheaper Energy Bills
Why pay more to cool several rooms in your house? With a ductless air conditioner, you will pay less in energy costs because you’ll only cool the rooms you’re in.
Individualized Temperature Preferences
There’s no need to argue about temperatures when you’re hot. Each ductless unit has its own settings and runs independently from other units in your home.
Are you looking for quick installation? Ductless air conditioners are easy to install and require far less maintenance than a central air unit.
No Ducts to Clean
Never worry about blocked ducts and airflow problems again. A ductless unit will provide the cool air you need in the room it’s installed in—without the need for yearly duct cleaning.
Why Ductless Air Conditioners Are the Right Choice.
Ductless air conditioning works faster at changing internal climate because the indoor component lies in the same room you want to cool. It’s also much quieter since most of the noise comes from the outdoor compressor. This way, your family will love the enhanced comfort of using a ductless system.
Installation only requires drilling a single hole in the wall, so a ductless system looks similar to a window AC unit and is far less intrusive than a duct-based one. There’s also a much lower chance of air leakage.
Ductless air conditioners consist of two components: a mounted indoor unit and an exterior compressor. Both parts work together using R410A refrigerant to absorb heat from inside the home and eject it outside. Many modern compressors can adjust themselves to your preferences, cutting down your energy usage by around a quarter.
The result is an HVAC system with better energy efficiency, environmentally friendly operation, more installation options, and lower utility bills.
Popular Brands of Ductless AC Units That We Carry
Many modern solutions come with extra features like humidity control, fan speed tuning, smart thermostats, touchscreens, Internet connectivity, and even Smart Home integration.
While not many reviews exist out there for Mitsubishi’s ductless offerings, the ones that are available are generally positive. Customers love the silent operation and low prices of these units and often applaud the performance.
Some units come with Mitsubishi’s special infrared i-see sensor, which detects hot or cold areas of the room and directs airflow for more even cooling. One downside to this brand is that it’s often more expensive than its other Japanese competitor Fujitsu.
One reviewer for the Fujitsu line of ductless HVAC units notes how flexible the system is when it comes to positioning the equipment outdoors. Since it can be hidden in many places, a Fujitsu unit is discreet and fits into many home decors.
Other features include individual thermostats for each area of the house, deodorizing filters to stop dust and mold growth, and variable wattages to save power in hot environments.
Trane is an all-around excellent brand for energy efficiency, physical durability, and feature sets. Customers can choose between their three tiers of products (XR, XL, and XV) to find exactly what they need.
Keep in mind that Trane is often more expensive than other brands as well, so keep an eye out for other deals if you’re on a tight budget.
Lennox leads the market in terms of eco-friendly efficiency, with many reviewers praising their products’ performance. That benefit comes at a cost though, as Lennox requires that only Lennox-manufactured replacement parts be compatible with their units. These parts are not as easy to come by as more generic components.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Ductless Air Conditioners
What makes a ductless air conditioning solution more efficient than central air?
Ductless systems are more efficient than traditional central air because there is no ductwork. The longer your ducts are, the more your air flow efficiency decreases. A ductless system provides cool air directly from the mounted unit.
How do ductless AC systems work?
A ductless AC unit sucks heat out of your home and directs it to an outdoor unit that uses refrigerant and heat transfer to blow cool air back into your home. This process is reversed in the winter when you use your unit as a heat pump.
What is zoned temperature control?
Zoned temperature control refers to how ductless AC units provide temperature control within an individual room or area of your house. Each unit is programmable and will allow you to set different temperature ranges throughout your home. This can save you a lot of money each month as you can prioritize cooling the rooms that you use the most during the summer.
Is a ductless air conditioning system cheaper to install than central air?
A ductless system is typically cheaper to install. Your total cost will depend on what brand you purchase, how many units you want to install, and if you require any special accommodations. You will also save even more due to the fact that you don’t have to install ductwork.
How long will a ductless air conditioner last?
There are virtually no differences when it comes to the lifespans for a ductless air conditioning unit and central air. A ductless system typically lasts for up to 20 years.
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Mitsubishi MXZ-2/3/4/5/8B(C)**NAMr. Slim Multi-Split Ductless Heat Pump
- Type: Multi-Split Regular Heat Pump
- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): Up to 20 Seer
- Comfort Level: Best
Mitsubishi MSZ/MUZ-FHThe MOST Efficient & Comfort Ductless Heat Pump You Can Buy
- Type: Hyper Heating Single Heat Pump
- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): Up to 33.1 Seer
- Comfort Level: Best
Mitsubishi MSY-GE/MSY-GDMr. Slim Ductless
- Type: Cooling Only Single Zone
- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): Up to 24.6 Seer
- Comfort Level: Good