A ductless air conditioner or heat pump typically consists of an indoor unit that is mounted on the wall, combined with a compressor on the outside. Ductless units, unlike window units, require only a small hole to be drilled through the wall, making them less vulnerable to air leakage and security problems. They are also less audible and visible. It is most often used in a situation where a window AC unit or a baseboard heating would be considered, such as in a new addition to a house.
Ductless Heating and Cooling Reviews
Ductless Heating and Cooling systems are exceedingly energy-efficient. In the average house, you’re losing 25 percent or more of your energy to the ductwork. You will end up with a more efficient heating and cooling system if you remove the ducts.
Ductless models also have inverter-driven compressors. These are designed to save energy by
speeding up or slowing down, as opposed to the traditional on/off systems HVAC’s used to employ.