Spring in Sarasota, Florida, is just over the horizon, and with it will come a fresh wave of pesky allergies for homeowners. If you’re tired of sneezing, blowing your nose, or having asthmatic reactions, then it’s time to consider new ways to battle poor indoor air quality. Using filters and air purifiers is a great way to start cleaning your air, but if you want to get at the root of the problem, then a ductless system could be the right solution. Keep your home healthier and more efficient by installing a ductless system.
What Makes a Ductless System Different?
Ductless HVAC systems have been picking up steam in recent years, thanks to the efficiency they provide. Conventional central HVAC systems use duct networks to distribute air throughout homes. Leaks can form within these ducts, which cause air to escape, (reducing efficiency) and can allow allergens and other particles to enter (reducing indoor air quality). A ductless system, on the other hand, eliminates ducts and blows air directly into rooms from air handler units. Therefore, efficiency is improved.
Ductless Systems and Indoor Air Quality
Even with the help of filters and air purifiers, a central HVAC system’s ducts can still lower indoor air quality. In an airtight duct network, pollen, dust, dirt, and other particles can build up and be continually distributed throughout a home. By eliminating these ducts, one source of poor indoor air quality is eliminated. Ductless systems also contain a powerful filtration system that cleans a room’s air as it is cycled through the system and back into the living space.
With a ductless system, you can finally have control of your home’s indoor air quality. And thanks to the better air flowing through your house, your ductless system will undergo less strain and be more efficient, resulting in lower utility bills. You win in more ways than one. To experience the benefits of a ductless system for yourself, call Climatic at (941) 758-3080.
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