Mini Split in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, WA and the Surrounding Areas
Annually, Americans spend $11 billion on air conditioning. But by investing in more energy efficient HVAC systems, American households can reduce that figure by up to 50%. One of these energy efficient heat and cooling systems is a mini split air conditioning unit. Mini-splits, also known as ductless, are easy to install and have a lifespan of 15- years. If that is enough to convince you, call us today so that we can install your Mini Split in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, WA, and surrounding areas.
How Does Mini Split in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, WA Work
Mini splits are ductless systems. So, they solve most of the problems common in ducted air conditioning systems. The systems have an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The outdoor unit is a compression/condensation chamber that forces air through the refrigerant, then passes it to the indoor unit through connective lines.
The indoor unit has evaporator coils, blowers, and air handlers. It supplies the cool or warm air. It is placed in the room it is supposed to cool or heat. If you want to ensure the best results, trusting us with a Mini Split in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, WA is a sure fire way to go.
The Importance Of Energy Efficiency
Ducted systems lose up to 30% of energy due to the construction and placing of ductwork. This loss reflects on your energy bills. Also, that loss of energy results in inadequate heating of rooms. With a Mini Split in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, WA, you can greatly minimize that loss. These systems give you greater control of energy bills through zone heating. You only heat the rooms in use.
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Ease Of Control
Mini split units have a variety of control features that are nothing but convenient. These units come with remote controls, which is a good thing considering the indoor unit can be placed in an out of reach space. The remote control allows you to set timers on the system so that the system is on only when it is needed. You can also adjust the air flow to control the temperature.
Ease Of Installation
A mini split unit is quite easy to install, but only for HVAC companies. These units come with user manuals that outline the installation process. The process is much like the heat pump installation process.
One look at a mini split manual and you will realize you need electrical wiring expertise, some construction knowledge, and HVAC experience. You better just call the pros. We have installed hundreds of mini splits, and as you can see here, our customers are quite satisfied.
Types Of Mini Split Units
There are generally two types of mini split AC systems you can choose from. A single-zone mini split, while cheap, can only heat one room. Multiple zone mini splits are convenient for large homes. You can control the temperatures of multiple spaces in your home.