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Summer is nearly here, and most homeowners in New Orleans, Louisiana, have turned on their cooling systems. Perhaps your central air conditioner isn’t working as well as it should, and you’re in the market for a new unit. Don’t sweat the experience. Read on to learn three benefits of installing a ductless HVAC system in your home.

HVAC Zoning Capabilities

You’ve probably seen a ductless HVAC system mounted on the wall of a small restaurant or office space. That’s because, if you don’t want to spend money to install or extend ductwork, a single ductless unit can efficiently cool and heat your space. A single ductless HVAC system is much more efficient than a window AC or space heater.

But ductless HVAC systems provide more capabilities than that. You can install multiple indoor units to create different temperature zones in your home. For example, you can cool your bedroom at night without cooling the rest of your house. As a result, you can save energy and money by not cooling living spaces that you aren’t occupying.

Energy and Cost Savings

In addition to giving you zoning capabilities, ductless HVAC systems operate on less power. When you combine both energy-efficient features, you save a lot of money. What’s more, homeowners who install a ductless HVAC system can become eligible for utility rebates and tax credits, which helps you keep even more money in your pockets.

Environmental Friendliness

Since they cut your energy consumption, ductless units help you reduce your carbon footprint. Ductless HVAC systems operate using R-410A refrigerant. Unlike R-22 refrigerant, R-410A is non-ozone depleting. They also follow strict Energy Star guidelines, making them more energy-efficient than systems following the minimum standards.

Do you want to learn more about going ductless? Contact Surgi’s Heating and Air Conditioning today at 504-224-6740. We can help you select a cooling system that’s right for your home and budget.

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