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Are you adding an extra room to your home in Lake Park, Florida? Or perhaps you live in a small space and don’t need the cooling power of a conventional central air conditioning system. Whichever the case, a ductless HVAC system is an option worth considering if you want to conserve energy, save on cooling costs and live in a greener world.

More Control

Conventional central AC systems move cooled air through ducts before it streams into your home’s rooms and spaces. Ductless HVAC systems, on the other hand, deliver it directly. Cutting out the so-called ‘middle man’ improves temperature control. And ductless HVAC systems are a more cost-effective alternative to window units.

Greater Efficiency

With a smaller HVAC system comes more efficiency, especially if you aren’t using it to cool the entire house. Since you don’t have to pump cool air through ductwork, you eliminate the possibility of losing it because of leaks. What’s more, ductless HVAC systems use advanced chemical processes that are less harmful to the environment.

Fresher Air

If you own a conventional central AC in your home, you need to invest in duct cleaning to prevent poor indoor air quality. Since ductless systems don’t require such professional attention, you won’t have to worry about this extra expense or the risk. Ductless HVAC systems also use multi-stage filtration, which improves IAQ.

Higher Savings

The bottom line is that ductless HVAC systems are smaller in size, use less energy to operate and require minimal upkeep, which keeps more money in your pocket. For additional savings, invest in a programmable thermostat.

When you entrust one of our NATE-certified service technicians to install a ductless HVAC system in your Lake Park home, we’ll make sure it’s up and running in a matter of hours. If you’re interested in more information about these energy-saving units, contact Mechanical Air Conditioing Corp. at (561) 899-4587 to speak with a live representative.

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