Ductless systems have 3 main parts:
- An indoor unit, mounted on a wall
- An outdoor unit, that sits on the ground
- A remote control that controls the unit
The indoor and outdoor units are connected by a small bundle of cables including a refrigerant line. These cables only require a 3 inch hole in the wall for installation.
A heat pump transfers heat using refrigerant expansion and compression within a cycle. It takes cold air and makes it warm and takes warm air and makes it cold when you want it and where you want it! Ductless systems have an ultra-quiet fan that circulates air evenly throughout living areas, eliminating hot and cold spots.
In addition to lowering your heating bill and providing air conditioning, adding a Ductless System increases the flexibility of your home’s heating system. You can install a Ductless System in your main living area and keep your existing heating system in place to ensure your bedrooms and bathrooms remain at the desired temperature even on the coldest days.