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6 Reasons Why A Mini-split Is A Good Investment

Are Mini splits a good investment

Should I Invest In A Ductless Mini-split?

Mini-split heat pumps are gaining popularity with homeowners. They offer many great investment benefits that other HVAC systems do not deliver. Here are six sound reasons to give ductless technology a closer look:

Save With Superior Energy Efficiency

Many new Mini-splits offer SEER ratings as high as 33, helping to keep utility bills low. Ductless splits built with variable speed compressors adjust output to meet your comfort needs. As a result, virtually no energy is wasted from the units making them highly efficient. Homeowners can see an energy savings of 20-50% with a mini-split installation. This will stretch your dollars further making mini-splits a great home investment.

Eliminate the Hassles of Ductwork

Mini-split systems eliminate the need for expensive ductwork installation. Here are the benefits of a ductless AC & heating system:

  • Your system will be 20-30% more efficient as no air will get lost in leaky ductwork.
  • Eliminate ductwork inspections, duct cleaning & future leak sealing.
  • No ducts mean no mold, dander, dust mites, pollen, bacteria, or viruses will be building up in them.
  • You don’t have to worry about blocking vents with furniture or how you arrange your interior to maximize airflow.

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Clean Indoor Air Quality

Mini-splits have industry-leading air filtration abilities. As they are more efficient when left running, the increased air movement allows mini-splits to remove additional toxins from a home’s air. Treated air gets delivered from the outdoor unit straight to the indoor units. This benefit eliminates the spread of contaminants around your home as it doesn’t pass through the ducts. 

Eco-Friendly Home Heating

As odd as it sounds, all air contains heat even as the temperature drops. So ductless mini-splits warm your home using heat extracted from the air outdoors. You take this heat from outside and move it into your home via your ductless system. It only costs you to transfer heat into the house. You are not creating heat which is one of the other reasons they are so efficient. Please follow this link if you want more information on ductless heating benefits.

Zoned Comfort Control

Mini-splits can have up to eight indoor units; however, adding a second system with larger systems is often better. Adding two smaller systems is often close to the same cost and allows you to continue heating or cooling if one breaks down. Each indoor unit controls the temperature in each room or zone. In addition, each location can get controlled according to your preferences. Thus, you can stop wasting money on cooling and heating rooms you don’t use. In addition, by controlling how much energy you direct toward each room, you’ll reduce your home’s energy consumption. As a result, you’ll create a smaller carbon footprint and save on your energy bills.

Easy In Home Installation

A ductless mini-split system often requires less work and trouble to install. To connect the indoor units & outside units, it takes just a tiny hole in the wall. Most manufacturers of ductless mini-splits provide various lengths of conduit that makes connecting them easy. This convenience offers you the versatility to create any number of zones you need in your home.

Are Mini-splits a Good Home Investment?

Yes, Mini-splits are a very wise choice for savvy homeowners looking to get the most from their installation investment. If the reasons above sound like what you are looking for in your HVAC system a mini-split should be on your shortlist of options.

Our Helpful ductless technicians will answer all of your questions and let you know what options are best for your needs. All Ductless HVAC quotes are free and there is no obligation. 

At Hamel’s Air Conditioning & Heating, we’re the experts in mini-split technology. Call us at (619) 456-1488 to learn more about going ductless today!

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Carla Coshow
Carla Coshow
16:26 04 Mar 22
Second generation HVAC Contractor. Luke replaced the unit in my Uptown townhouse, and is estimating installation in a rental property for meI trust... this guyread more
Steve Hallman
Steve Hallman
20:34 18 Jan 22
The installation of my AC unit was done professionally and I am very satisfied with the Unit ... I will recommend Hamel A/C to my neighbors.
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23:33 14 Jan 22
Took care of our reach in refrigerator and got it running cold again in quick order. I’ve been using Hamel’s for many years and they’ve always taken... good care of more
Adrian Arambulo
Adrian Arambulo
16:41 08 Dec 21
Hamel's was very quick to respond to a consultation. Next Day.Took the time to explain the pros and cons of repair vs replacement.Waited patiently... while I got additional consultations.The owner, Luke, stayed in contact with me post installation through the necessary independent and city permit inspection. Very much appreciated. Support our small business more
Alecia Erpelding
Alecia Erpelding
19:47 28 Oct 21
They had 3 gentlemen at my house working, all of them were polite and well mannered through the whole job. When they were done they worked together... to clean up, 1 swept my entry way, another vacumed not only the area they were working in but also the top portion of my stairs, while the other one did the final check to make sure all was done and clean better than when they started. Well done Hamel AC, we will definitely recommend you to more
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