Ductless heating systems stand as a viable alternative to more traditional heaters, which typically use a centralized unit to generate heat for the entire household. Ductless systems, on the other hand, set up a series of smaller heaters throughout your home, each designed to warm a single room or section. Each heater can be operated individually through its own thermostat and control panel. The system doesn’t work for every Cedar Falls, IA home – smaller houses, for instance, can probably do with the centralized unit just fine – but for larger homes or those without the ability to support a centralized duct system, they can offer a number of benefits. “How can ductless heating benefit me?” you ask. Here’s a quick breakdown of some answers.
The biggest benefit to ductless heating is the ability to heat only those parts of the home that you’re using. Unused rooms can leave their units off, which cuts down on monthly heating bills as well as reducing the overall strain on your system. That means fewer repairs and perhaps even a longer lasting system, on top of the monthly savings you enjoy.
Sometimes, the setting on the thermostat can cause friction in a household. You like it at 72, but someone else in the family wants it at 75. What’s to be done? Ductless heating solves that simply and easily, letting family members in different parts of the home set whatever temperature they wish in order to be comfortable.
A repair job on a centralized unit means you won’t have any heat in your home until repairs are finished, which can be devastating in a cold city like ours. With ductless heating, the repairs are usually limited to a single unit, letting you continue to enjoy heating in order parts of the house quite readily.
Call the experts at Dalton Plumbing, Heating and Cooling to install or repair ductless heating systems!