Adding a ductless heat pump

My house is two stories, nearly 2,500 square feet and was built in the late eighteen hundreds.

There have been a lot of renovations made over the years.

We’ve torn down walls, added windows and significantly changed the configuration of the living space. The furnace and air conditioner are not only quite outdated, but the ductwork design has not been updated. There aren’t enough supply and return vents in certain rooms. My kitchen was either overly chilly during the winter or overheated and sticky in the summer. I used to sometimes run a portable space heater or a box fan trying to improve comfort. I wasn’t happy with these pieces of equipment taking up space and detracting from decor. Plus, they didn’t help all that much. I needed a better option that could be implemented without a big remodeling project. Just recently, I invested in a ductless heat pump. The system consists of an outdoor compressor and an indoor air handler connected by way of a conduit. The installation requires nothing more than a three-inch hole in an exterior wall, mounting capabilities and access to electricity. The air handler is lightweight, streamlined and unobtrusive. It sits high up on the wall and gets adjusted by way of a cordless remote. I’m able to adjust temperature, fan speed and decide the direction of airflow. The system provides both heating and cooling, handling year round comfort. It runs quietly and is super energy efficient. The ductless heat pump features inverter technology that allows it to alter speed according to demands of the space. It maintains a very even indoor temperature and effectively combats humidity.

air conditioning filter