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Ductless Mini Splits

Traditional HVAC systems have served heating and cooling needs in Fort Wayne, IN for decades. An air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump connects to a series of ducts to distribute the conditioned air to all parts of a house.

But more and more Masters Heating & Cooling is hearing a new sentiment concerning HVAC needs, “Once you go ductless you’ll never go back.” It refers to the rapid technological advances in mini-split heat pumps.

They are still thought of mostly for supplemental heating and cooling, but more and more they are also replacing central systems. One example, mini splits are a great air conditioning companion to radiant floor heating. It means you can heat and cool a home in Fort Wayne and surrounding areas without any ductwork.

If you’re not familiar with mini-splits, here are the keynotes:

  • Individual air handlers installed in rooms (generally on a wall)
  • Each controlled by its own thermostat
  • Multiple air handlers can be connected to one outside condenser
  • Handlers deliver conditioned air directly to each room (no ducts)
  • Ideal choice for living areas not attached to current central system

Although thought of most often as ventless air conditioners, heat pump technology has advanced so rapidly that mini splits can also handle many heating needs, even in cold climates.

Masters services all brands but features mini-split heat pumps from Fujitsu

 

Fujitsu

Fujitsu: The company has more than 40 years of experience. Their units are noted for their quiet operation and energy efficient heating and cooling. As many as 8 rooms can be connected to one outdoor compressor.

 

 

Convenience, comfort, and money-saving efficiency. Shouldn’t you be calling Masters Heating & Cooling right now and talking with our comfort advisors about the advantages of going ductless?

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