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As another Florida summer comes to an end the days will grow cooler. Many of us gradually decrease use of the AC unit and start turning on the heat when the coldest days arrive. Ductless HVAC units are a good solution during these transitional times of year and have many benefits year round. Here are five reasons to consider going ductless.

1. Flexibility

Ductless units can be installed in any type of dwelling from homes to apartments. These systems can even be fit for homes that now use duct forced-air systems. Instead of replacing your current unit, you can add the ductless system to improve climate control. The possibilities are endless.


When a home’s temperature depends upon an inefficient system, energy bills become a costly issue. Ductless systems run on less power and are smaller than traditional systems. They also allow homeowners to create zones in their home, which means they no longer have to cool or heat rooms that aren’t occupied.

3. Air Quality

In most cases the quality of indoor air is actually worse than outdoor air. With traditional HVAC systems, air ducts harbor dust and allergens. Ductless system offer filtration that can drastically reduce dust, bacteria, and allergens that can put your family’s health at risk.

4. Noise Reduction

Traditional air conditioning and heating units can make a fair amount of noise, especially as they age. The noise a ductless unit produces amounts to a quiet hum at most.

5.Easy Installation

Ductless systems can be installed in much less time than it takes to put in central heating and air conditioning. Two technicians would need at least a week to install the ductwork and other parts of a traditional system, or one to two days to replace a system with ductwork already in place. Ductless systems can often be installed in a few hours.

Call Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. today at (866) 881-5935 and find out if ductless HVAC is a good fit for you.

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