If you’re considering ways to save money but maintain your home’s cooling efficiency, you should take a peek at split type air conditioners.
These units have been described as a cross between window AC units and central air. These units come in handy for homeowners who may be expanding their homes. Or for those who are trying to save a little money while staying cool in the summer.
There are several benefits to switching to this type of air conditioning. If you’d like to learn more, keep reading.
The best part of split air conditioning units is that the chance of drastic leaking ceases. Ducts can become victims to tears, ruptures and other irreparable damage that you may not catch in time.
But with ductless units, that risk goes away. Spit AC units use blowers that sweep and control the air in your home, cooling it. This efficient method of cooling will save you money in the long run.
Because these units rely on recycling the air in your home, it can be a good idea to install a few units throughout your home. This allows the air to move easily between each unit.
You’ll be able to cool the room you want much easier too. Because whole-house units can be extremely inefficient, switching to split AC units allow you to control which rooms and areas you want to keep cool during a warm Richardson summer.
These units are also extremely quiet. You won’t even notice they’re in a room! Many users have said they never notice the unit is even in their room.
It’s always a good idea to call in a professional to install your new units. They’ll be able to tell if a unit is installed correctly.
If you notice your ductless AC unit is louder than normal it may be time for it to be serviced or repaired.
The best part of a split type unit is the ease of control you have. Each unit comes with a remote control. This allows you to adjust the unit’s thermostat from anywhere in the room.
This may seem like a simple thing. But it’s just another perk to a quiet, efficient, easy device that will give your home a cool interior and save you some money in the long run.
Keeping a home cool in Texas can be a real struggle. There are so many different things to consider and once a unit is installed, the maintenance needed to keep it running smoothly can be a pain.
But luckily there are some good energy saving options out there. If you think a split type air conditioner might be something you want to try, give our staff a call.
We’ll be able to walk you through the installation process and we’ll even have someone on hand should the worst happen and your unit needs to be repaired or replaced.