If you’re longing for the year-round comfort and convenience of central heating and cooling but your Chester County home doesn’t have a ducted ventilation system—consider a ductless mini-split HVAC system. With flexible installation options and no need for ductwork, mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps deliver clean, quiet indoor comfort with improved energy efficiency.
Instead of a centralized heating and cooling unit that forces air through ducts and registers, ductless mini-split systems consist of separate, strategically placed components. A flexible conduit connects outside compressors and condenser units with separate indoor air-handling assemblies. These units are mounted inconspicuously on walls or ceilings of rooms that are being cooled or heated. A separate thermostat controls each air handler, so it’s easy to adjust the temperature of a room or zone. Enjoy optimum comfort when a space is occupied—and save money on utilities when it is not.
Mini-split HVAC systems are especially suited to homes where installing new ductwork is impractical or cost-prohibitive. They are ideal climate solutions for home additions, remodels and multi-unit retrofits. Other advantages of mini-split systems include:
As with any type of HVAC equipment, the effectiveness of a ductless mini-split system depends on proper sizing and installation. As your hometown, family-operated climate expert, Oxford Plumbing & Heating has earned a reputation for quality workmanship, responsive service and 100% customer satisfaction. Count on the go-to Oxford pros for these fine HVAC services:
If you’re planning a remodel or home addition, consider installing a ductless mini-split HVAC system. Many high-efficiency mini-splits are ENERGY STAR®-rated and eligible for rebates and tax credits. For a premier service experience with every visit, call the HVAC professionals at Oxford Plumbing. We’ll show you how practical and affordable a ductless mini-split can be. Dial 610.932.9503 for a no-obligation consultation or request an appointment online now!