Adding a ductless heat pump

My dwelling is two stories, nearly 2,500 square feet & 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 & significantly changed the configuration of the living space. The boiler & air conditioner are not only quite old, however the HVAC duct design has not been updated. There aren’t enough supply & return vents in certain rooms. My bedroom was either overly frigid while in the winter time or overheated & sticky in the summer. I used to sometimes run a portable space boiler or a box fan trying to improve comfort. I wasn’t cheerful with these pieces of device taking up space & detracting from decor. Plus, they didn’t help all that much. I needed a better opening that could be implemented separate from a big remodeling project; Just recently, I invested in a ductless heat pump. The system consists of an outdoor compressor & an indoor air handler affixed by way of a conduit. The replacement requires nothing more than a three-inch hole in an exterior wall, mounting capabilities & access to electricity. The air handler is lightweight, streamlined & unobtrusive. It sits high up on the wall & gets adjusted by way of a cordless remote. I’m able to adjust temperature, fan speed & decide the direction of airflow. The system provides both heating & cooling, handling year round comfort. It runs quietly & 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 truly even indoor temperature & effectively combats humidity.



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