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Conventional HVAC Not an Option? We Have A Solution!


Does your home have an unconventional cooling system? Then you may want to consider a ductless mini-split. Like your typical HVAC system, ductless mini-splits are split into the evaporator – the inside unit – and the condenser – the outside unit. But, as the name suggests, they differ in that they don’t include a duct system.

So what type of home makes a good candidate for a ductless mini-split? We’re glad you asked! Ductless mini-splits are typically found in multi-family housing or in houses with non-ducted heating and cooling systems. Think homes with hot water heat, radiant panels and wood, kerosene or propane heaters. Small apartments and room additions may also benefit from a ductless mini split, in cases where adding or creating ductwork isn’t an option.

According to, the benefits of ductless mini splits include:

• Easier to instal

• Small size and flexibility for zoning or heating and cooling individual room

• No energy loss typically associated with ductwork (Duct losses can account for more than 30 percent of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic.

• More flexibility in interior design options

Ready to install a ductless mini-split system in your home? Contact us today and get 25% OFF of your purchase and install!

This offer is only good until April 30th so don’t delay!

What’s Covered Under My HVAC Warranty?


Buying a new home is so exciting — and it can be a big headache if the HVAC system in your new construction home isn’t working. Luckily, most units have a warranty for the unlikely event that something goes wrong. Here’s what you need to know about your HVAC warranty before scheduling your service call: … Read More

HVAC FAQs for Homeowners


Having a trusted HVAC service provider is necessary to ensuring your family stays comfortable all year long. Here are the top FAQs that we get from our customers:

Why Does the Fan on my Indoor Unit Always Run? The Air Feels Fine!

An “always on” fan often causes concern — but most often there is nothing wrong. In most cases, someone in your home has moved the fan switch to “On” instead of “Auto”. This cues your system to power the indoor fan continuously. Simply move the switch back to “Auto” and the fan should turn off after each cooling cycle. … Read More

What to Know about Your Air Filters and Thermostat


The air filter and thermostat are two major components responsible for helping your HVAC system run as efficiently as possible — they’re also two of the easiest things to maintain on your own. Here’s what you need to know:

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