Having a consistently comfortable temperature in your home is important for most homeowners, especially during Columbus, Georgia’s, sweltering summers. If you find that there are areas in your home that stay warmer than others, a ductless mini-split AC system can help improve climate control and keep the room comfortable. Here’s a small guide to help you decide if one of these systems would work well for your Columbus home.

Supplemental Air

Ductless mini-split AC systems are excellent for providing supplemental air and temperature control to a home. They’re used in zones or specific areas in the house that need cooling rather than using an overall system. This makes them a popular choice for home additions because they eliminate the need for a bigger system when the unit is sized appropriately for the rest of the house.

Improved Efficiency

These systems are far more efficient than typical central air systems. Since they’re directly connected to an outside unit, there is a reduced chance of air leaks and their compressors take less energy to start up than larger central systems. All of this means that the running cost of a ductless mini-split AC system is significantly lower than trying to extend a central air system, and it is a lot easier to adjust accurately thanks to the direct airflow and the minimized probability of leaks.

Visibility

One of the downsides of a ductless mini-split AC system is that it is more visible than a traditional system. There is a portion of the system that is mounted on the wall in the room where it’s being used. For many, the benefits far outweigh the presence of the visible component, but for others having a minimally visible system is more important than the benefits this system provides.

If a ductless mini-split AC system sounds like something that would work well for your home, give Indoor Solutions a call at 706-225-8241 to schedule a consultation today!

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