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Why Consider a Ductless Heating Installation?

It may be a bitter pill to swallow for some, but it is now nearly the midpoint of September, and you know what that means; winter is going to be here before you know it. Before the coldest  time of the year arrives yet again, it is important that you ensure that you have a great heater installed in your home. If you are ready to invest in a brand new heating system for  the very first time, or if you’d like to schedule a heating replacement before winter gets under way, consider the use of a ductless heater in Fort Collins, CO. They have many benefits to offer, provided that you schedule your installation with a trained professional, such as those here at Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning.

Great Energy Efficiency

Ductless heaters are able to heat homes with outstanding energy efficiency. This is due to the fact that they have no ductwork which can tear, corrode, or otherwise degrade, leading to air  loss  en route. Air ducts are quite effective at efficiently delivering air through a home, but they will run into problems eventually, and these problems can be tough to spot.

Better Indoor Air Quality

While your main concern with damaged ductwork may be problems with energy efficiency, remember that you may also encounter problems with low indoor air quality. This is because pollutants can make their way into your  air ducts with almost as much ease as air can leak out of them. By eliminating the need for ductwork, you eliminate the risk of such problems.

Improved Temperature Control

When you heat your home, do you have to heat it to one temperature throughout? If so, you may be putting the comfort of certain individuals in your home on the chopping block. Different people are comfortable at different temperatures,  after all. Because the individual blowers in a ductless heating system can be controlled independently of the others, you  can actually heat different areas of your home to different temperatures. Contact us today to learn more.


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