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Comfort Made Simple: Your Quick Guide to Powerful Ductless Systems

Woman sitting in a chair enjoying her comfortable sunroom.

Woman sitting in a chair enjoying her comfortable sunroom.There’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all when it comes to home comfort, especially if you’re dealing with stagnant air or uncomfortable temps. However, there is one system that can help you win the battle over hot spots and stuffy rooms: a Carrier® ductless split system.

Ductless systems are exactly what they sound like—small units that don’t require ductwork to heat and cool your home. The two-part system includes an outdoor condenser and an indoor unit that can be installed on a wall or ceiling. It can fit almost anywhere, and does not affect your room’s décor because it only requires a small, hidden three-inch hole for installation. Plus, they’re simple to operate and quick to connect when you’re working with the professionals at Roth Heating.

The popularity of ductless units has been on the rise among homeowners because they are an effective, virtually silent comfort solution. These powerful systems are especially convenient because they offer single-room comfort management, are remote controlled, and double as both a heating and cooling unit. They’re most often installed in rooms that struggle to cool down or warm up with the rest of your home, or those that are not connected to your main comfort system, like:

  • Offices
  • Additions
  • Sunrooms
  • Attics
  • Basements
  • Garages
  • Guest Rooms

More Ways Ductless Systems Improve Your Home Comfort

In addition to providing heating and cooling comfort, ductless systems can improve your indoor air quality (IAQ) by reducing dust, allergens, pet dander, and other contaminants as they pass through the multi-stage filtering process. It’s important to clean your filter regularly, and because ductless units are more manageable in size than standard furnaces or A/Cs, you can typically take care of this yourself.

Ductless systems can also help lower energy bills because they only cool and heat the room they’re installed in. That means less wasted energy in areas that don’t need it and in air that loses its desired temperature as it travels through ductwork.

If you’re unsure how to treat your hot or cold spots and think a ductless system may be the perfect answer, give our pros a call. We can help you determine what the best solution is.