Adding a ductless system for zoned heating

A few years ago, my hubby and I purchased a greater home, and with five youngsters, two cats and one cat, my nice friend and I need quite a bit of space, and the home is plenty spacious however older and somewhat outdated, and over the years, former owners have made multiple renovations.

They were not careful about the number or sitement of heating/cooling vents.

Our first winter season in the house was really cold, however raising the thermostat setting forced the boiler to run constantly however did little to solve the problem, and certain rooms were overly moderate while others were way too cold. Tearing out walls and ceilings to reconfigure the ductwork wasn’t an option, however my buddy and I were unwilling to tackle such a messy, invasive and high-priced job. My buddy and I looked into space boilers and all unusual possibilities and finally decided to have a ductless multi-split system installed. The ductless system consists of an outdoor compressor that connects to eight air handlers mounted on the walls of separate rooms. The air handlers are lightweight, compact and operate quietly. They provide both heating and cooling capacity and feature independent thermostats. We’re able to customize the temperature setting in each room. The ductless system includes inverter technology that enables it to vary speed and output depending on demand. The operation is charmingly energy efficient, and despite the small size of components, the system is surprisingly powerful. The air handlers really handle the challenge of the winter season weather in Elgin… Plus, we’re able to make adjustments to the multiple air handlers by way of an app on our smartphones; Having access to zoned a/c is a charming perk in the summer.

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