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Get Multi-Zone Comfort with a Ductless Heating System

When it comes to ensuring the comfort of yourself and your family in your North Carolina home, there are many steps you can take. For example, you can be sure to schedule HVAC maintenance so that your heating and/or cooling system remains in good shape and lasts as long as it should.

You can also make energy upgrades to your home in order to help your HVAC system to not work as hard and breakdown prematurely. One additional way you can ensure your family’s comfort in an energy-efficient way is by having a ductless system installed so that you can enjoy multi-zone comfort.

Ductless Systems and Their Role in Zoned Heating and Cooling

A ductless heating and cooling system is an all-in-one system comprised of multiple units, each charged with conditioning a single room or section of your home, spaced throughout the living areas. This allows you to turn the system on in individual rooms without the need to condition the entire home. Small spaces are easier to keep warm or cool than larger ones.

This gives ductless systems a big advantage over centralized HVAC systems. You can condition just a few rooms in the home while leaving the rest of the household alone—which is particularly beneficial if people in your home have different temperature preferences, and/or if you have an unused guest room in your home.

Make the Most of Your Ductless System

Having a ductless system professionally installed during this time of year is a great step in making your home warm and cozy for the holidays and beyond. Quality installation is just the beginning though. You’ll also want to invest in routine preventive maintenance, and do everything you can to ensure your system works efficiently, such as by keeping windows and doors closed when the system is running and sealing cracks where drafts may be getting in.

For superior ductless system installation and services in Sylva, NC, contact Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC today!

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