If you’re building a new home or making changes to your current residence, you’ll have a lot of decisions to make. Which color should you paint your home? What kind of furniture will you purchase? While all of these are important questions, there’s something else you should be asking yourself: Should you choose a ductless or ducted air conditioning system? Your air conditioning system is one of the most important home-related investments you’ll make, so it’s important to be informed about what kind of system will work best for you.
What Are the Benefits?
What are the benefits of a mini-split system? Mini-split air conditioning systems are more energy-efficient, less visible than ducted systems and may save you money on your electric bills. Some people opt for ducted systems instead of mini-split systems because ducted systems require less maintenance, but it’s impossible to say whether the potential cons outweigh the benefits without speaking directly with a homeowner. While mini-split systems can cost more to install, you’ll make up the extra money that you spend in electric bill savings. If you choose a mini-split system, you also need an air conditioning company experienced with ductless systems that can provide quality installation, maintenance and repair services. At Air Boca, we only work with the most trusted brands in the industry. These are the brands we carry:
- American Standard
- FHP Manufacturing
- First Co.
Keep Your System Running Efficiently
Mini-split systems include wall models that require monthly maintenance. If you choose a mini-split system, you’ll need to schedule regular professional maintenance as well, and you’ll need a company you can trust. We’re licensed and insured with more than 30 years of experience, so you’ll be working with one of the most experienced companies in South Florida.
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Air Boca serves customers in both Palm Beach and Broward counties, so even if you’re not in Boca Raton, you can reach out to us for all of your air conditioning needs.
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