Any Vero Beach, Florida, homeowner will agree that maintaining a comfortable environment in your home is a challenge. That’s especially true during the hot summer months. Have you considered a ductless air conditioning system to keep your home comfortable and cool? Read on to find out the top three benefits of a ductless AC system.

Save Money and Energy

Cooling your home in the summer can put a huge strain on your wallet. Ductless AC systems use substantially less energy, allowing you to cool your home at a fraction of the cost of other cooling units. You can avoid cooling empty rooms, too. As a result, you prevent energy waste.

With a ductless mini-split system, you also won’t have to worry about spending money on cleaning, repairing or maintaining ductwork. As an added bonus, because a ductless AC system is more energy-efficient, it reduces your carbon footprint.

No More Dirty Ductwork

Air quality is an important factor related to the comfort of your home. Poor air quality can have a huge impact on your health.

Invisible particles float around your home and can aggravate allergies or even spread illness. Traditional duct systems need to be cleaned regularly to prevent a build-up of dust and dirt from spreading into your home. A ductless AC system, however, has a built-in filtration system that traps dust, bacteria, pollen and other contaminants. As a result, it allows the air in your home to remain fresh and clean.

Quiet Operation

Many conventional air conditioning systems are noisy. Some can even disturb your sleep at night when they turn on and off.

Because the major parts of a ductless system are on the exterior of your home, the noisy part of the operation is outside your living space. With a ductless system, you can enjoy the cool air without even realizing that the unit is on. As a result, you’ll sleep in peace.

Barker Air Conditioning and Heating specializes in a variety of HVAC installation services. Contact us today at 772-562-2103 to schedule an appointment to see if a ductless AC system is right for your home.

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