Minnesotans are used to extreme weather conditions because we get to experience both worlds—hot, steamy summers and frigid, snowy winters that usually last longer than we’d like, but you shouldn’t have to settle for being uncomfortable inside. To alleviate hot and cold spots in your home once and for all, our technicians recommend energy-efficient Bryant® ductless split systems. These convenient units are small, but capable of providing you with a powerful boost of heating or cooling power that can help you go the distance when the seasons decide to do the same.

The Ins and Outs of Ductless Systems

Ductless split systems offer year-round comfortDuctless systems are a great solution for rooms without ductwork or where airflow isn’t enough to reach your desired temperature. Ductwork is notorious for leaking and losing the precious heat and cold air you’re paying for. Because ductless systems do not require ductwork, you can eliminate this energy waste and enjoy targeted temps to improve your efficiency and comfort. Plus, they’re simple to operate via remote control.

Ductless systems are most often installed in:

  • Additions
  • Sunrooms
  • Attics
  • Basements
  • Guest rooms
  • Garages
  • Empty rooms
  • Rooms without ductwork

One of the best advantages of these systems is they only require a small, three-inch hole through the wall, which is safer than window units. Plus, because there’s no ductwork, it can be up and running within a day rather than the few days it typically takes for traditional air conditioners or furnaces. They are small in size and can be installed on the ceiling, wall, or other location that’s out of the way and doesn’t affect the design of your room.

Ductless systems also last between 15 and 20 years, so the investment you’re making will pay for itself over the course of its lifespan.

How to Know If Ductless Is Right for You

As convenient and effective as they are, ductless systems are not always the right solution for everyone. Give our professionals a call when you’re ready to talk about your options. We can assess your home comfort and help you determine which unit is the right choice.