Keeping the great outdoors outside is the reason HVAC systems were invented. We expect comfort indoors throughout the year and that’s why HVAC systems have a long history of innovation. The most common type of HVAC system in Minnesota uses a series of ductwork, vents, and grilles to bring comfort to the home, but what if a space doesn’t have vents and ducts? What if you added on an addition to your home or converted a porch or garage to be used all year? For that, many turn to ductless systems. Let’s look at the pros and cons of going ductless!
They’re Space Savers
Ductless systems can go in many different places and can fit in areas that ducts can’t fit. They are a space-saving solution that can provide comfort in homes that just don’t have the real estate for bulky vents and ducts but that need the extra cooling and warmth just like other places in your home.
In addition to being great space problem solvers, they are also cost effective. If you have an addition or three-season porch you are converting to a four-season room, it may be too expensive to upgrade your entire central HVAC system. Ductless provides easy install and less mess and renovation.