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There are many different types of roof-mounted AC systems, one of which is a mini-split AC. For those looking into adding a new AC system like this into their homes or businesses, there may be many questions about them.
The biggest is probably going to be the difference between a standard HVAC unit and these specialty systems. Unlike the more traditional systems, a mini-split AC system is crafted with a ductless design. This can be a very energy-efficient and budget-friendly option for homeowners when installing a new AC system into their homes.
But with years of experience under their belt, our team of highly skilled technicians wants to be the ones that help answer all of your questions when it comes to this type of system. They are trained and passionate about delivering HVAC services that rival our competitors. By putting customer service first, we try to be as discreet as possible in your homes and work as promptly and efficiently as possible to get your new system up and running.
So no matter what part of the process you’re in, whether you’re simply doing research or getting ready to install a new ductless mini-split system, we can help you make the process less stressful.
This system is designed with a ductless build that is different from most home cooling units found in homes today. Because of this, they require a different level of maintenance and a vastly different process when it comes to installing them. Because of the intricacies of the process, you want to make sure you invest your hard-earned money with a team of qualified professionals.
So here are a few key things that we think should always be on your mind when considering which professionals to go with:
Because of the unique build of these systems, you’re going to want to find a group of professionals with the necessary training and knowledge to set them up and maintain them for many years efficiently. Not every HVAC technician will have this knowledge, so you want to look for specific knowledge in this field.
This system uses a direct cool system, which means using the air from outside to cool your home. So, the professionals you choose should have particular knowledge about circulation tactics. In other words, they need to lay out a floor plan for the ductless system that will maximize its efficiency and allow you better climate control.
Transparency is key no matter what type of work you’re looking to have done on your home. Most of the time, these systems are very budget-friendly, unlike their HVAC competitors. You want to make sure that whoever you hire gives you detailed estimates and is completely open with the cost structures at what the whole process will be due to your wallet.