Ductless AC Installation in Western Kentucky

Ductless AC Unit

Although ductless air conditioning systems may not be the best option for every home, they are vastly more energy efficient than traditional systems. A ductless AC unit can save you up to 20 or 30 percent of the energy used to cool your home.

Thornton Heating & Air’s skilled technicians can install, repair and maintain your ductless AC unit. It is important to have a qualified professional install and work on your system. Doing so will ensure that the manufacturer warranty is upheld and not voided.

Ductless AC Provides Versatility

If your home has additions or conversions, It may not be cost-effective to adjust the existing unit to accommodate these rooms. Since the original system was not designed to cool these rooms, you may have to do a complete overhaul of the system.

If you have a sunroom or an attic that you would like to cool down, installing a ductless AC unit is a logical choice. If you have a small kitchen that gets unbearably hot while you are cooking, you may want to look into getting a ductless cooling system.

Using a ductless AC system could make sense when you want to remodel an unfinished basement. It can also be effective for cooling an external storage room/building or garage. Climate controlled storage units are a hassle, not to mention they are really expensive.

How Ductless Air Conditioners Work

Ductless AC units are similar to window units in that they are individual units for a room. A ductless air conditioning system is made up of an internal unit mounted on the wall or ceiling and an external compressor.

These systems are perfect for individual rooms that never get cool enough. They can also be incredibly useful if there is an ongoing war over the temperature in your household.

When downsizing a large home, ductless systems are a good option. People who are downsizing often close off vents to the rooms they do not use. This can cause pressure imbalances.

When you have ductless heating and cooling systems installed in your home, you may qualify for utility incentives and a federal tax credit. If you have decided that a ductless unit is right for you, or you would like to find out more about ductless AC, call us today.