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October is Fire Prevention Month—A Reminder of Why Periodic HVAC Maintenance Is Crucial

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October is Fire Prevention Month, so it’s a good time to raise awareness and implement steps to protect our family.

The National Fire Protection Association reports that a home structure fire is reported every 87 seconds each year. Additionally, 3 out of 5 home fire deaths occur in homes without smoke detectors or without working smoke detectors.

Steps to take to be as prepared as possible include:

  • Home (or workplace) fire escape plan
  • Changing your smoke-alarm batteries
  • Awareness of any chemicals in the home
  • Awareness of main reasons for fires starting in the home

While our HVAC systems keep us comfortable when they are working in our favor, well not well maintained, they can be dangerous.

What Causes Fire Hazards in the Home?

As far as your AC system, electrical and mechanical failures are the foremost cause of AC-related home fires. When you get your regular tune-ups, we are able to make sure everything is working as it should.

Just think: sometimes in the summer, people keep their AC units running, and for longer. At times, that can mean conditioner drains overflow or have other issues.

First, we want to make sure that any heating coils are in the normal operating range—this is to avoid any resistance which can cause heat, and then a fire. We make sure the system is operating as it should; any squeaky sounds, strange noises, bumping or tapping is just one sign you could have issues with your system.

Maintaining your HVAC  system by a professional not only improves its efficiency, but it reduces the risk of fire. 

Here’s a look at some of the steps along the way: 

  • Ensuring the fan motor is not being overworked, including cleaning the interior AC coils and replacing the air filters regularly
  • Ensuring window air conditioner are not using extension cords
  • Lubricating belt drive pulleys or other equipment, when applicable
  • Expertly-cleaned coils or furnace burners, ensuring debris is removed

When it comes to ultimate fire safety, you’re also looking to do the following:

  • Ensure that ACs are plugged into their own outlet
  • Remove any improperly grounded receptacles (something electricians can assist with)
  • Keep any flammable materials far from any space heaters
  • Make sure any space heaters are only on firm and solid surfaces
  • Inspection of the attic and crawl spaces
  • Remove  loose fittings, leaking valves, faulty pilot lights, and/or any debris or improperly stored flammable materials near HVAC system and others places
  • Remove any overloaded circuit breakers, panel boxes, or fuse boxes
  • Inspection of the individual breaker connections

Ready for your HVAC maintenance? Give us a call today at 859-491-4915. 



The Ultimate Fall Maintenance Checklist

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Maintaining your heating and cooling system will help you combat unwanted costs and avoidable system failures. Of course calling for your fall tune-up is a vital step, where we come and check the gas or oil connections, your gas pressure, burner combustion and heat exchanger, and much more, to make sure you stay comfortable year-round.

Change Your Filters

When your furnace is forced to “work harder” to pull the air through, the more it will cost you, so be sure to replace your furnace filters on a monthly basis (or as your qualified HVAC professional tells you to do, depending on the climate where you live and your system).

Check the Fireplace

Have a professional check your chimney, clean when needed, and make sure the fireplace is working as it should.

Take a Look at Your Furnace!

Make sure nothing is near the furnace that shouldn’t be, such as something that could be flammable. Give the furnace a dust if it looks like it needs one!

Ask us About Sealing & Insulating

With winter around the corner, ask us about our recommendatinos for how you can insulate and seal air leaks. Whether those air leaks be in the attic, basement, a crawlspace, or around your windows and doors, you will notice the difference with these spaces taken care of.

Check That Your Carbon Monoxide Detector is Working

When you go to change out your air filter, just add one more thing to your list—checking the CO Detector. Yes, your furnace inspection is important to make sure your heat exchanger is not leaking, and a CO Detector is not meant to replace a tune-up, but this is a safety precaution to consider.

Regular System Checkups

You knew this had to be on the list! Regular maintenance is what you must do to make sure your furnace will run optimally, and when you need it most. This will save you money due to reduced energy requirements, keep you comfortable, and keep your intake pipe clear.

Look Outside the Home

Depending in your system, you may need to look at the exhaust and intake pipes that are on the exterior part of your home. Ask us for more information, but you want to make sure the  area around these pipes are clean from debris.

When You Have a Programmable Thermostat…Use it!

Being able to control your energy means you can better control your bill each month, as well as have a better sense of the demands you are putting on your system over time. Ask us if you have more questions about how to find comfort using a programmable thermostat. During your tune-up, we will ensure your thermostat is working as it should.

Consider Your Shades

Do you close your curtains or shades during the night? Give it a try and then you can open them back up during the day.

Need more reasons to take care of your home this Fall as you prepare for winter?  Here’s just a few reasons:

  • You can work to reduce allergy-causing pollutants
  • Ensure you don’t have carbon monoxide or gas leaks
  • Ensure you don’t have any disconnected or leaky fuel lines or connections
  • Ensuring your air flow is what it should be

Do your best to prevent any surprises. Call Greater Comfort to schedule a visit at your convenience 859-491-4915.


From Fort Thomas to Cincinnati to Southeastern Indiana—Our Top 16 Favorite Testimonials

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We break down some of our favorite testimonials. Thank you for all the reviews!

  1. “Talk about service. The office called at 8:30 and Cody was here in 30 mins. He was professional, efficient and went out of his way to explain what was broken and why it was not working. In my case it was lack of general maintenance I was letting fall through the cracks. Cody Beverly went out immediately to get the part I needed and had everything done in 3 hours. Dan has quite a team at Greater Comfort and I will be telling everyone in Northern Kentucky/ Cincinnati about his company. Thanks Dan and Cody.” – Kristin B.
  1. “Your straightforward approach and clear description of issues plus itemized, fair pricing. Simply, it is a pleasure to do business with Greater Comfort, it’s rare today to find a company you can really can trust. Thanks.” — Joe T.
  1. “I called Angel at 7 AM today. Within 20 minutes, Zach was at my house and an hour and fifteen minutes later, my AC was working again! I am thrilled! My husband was sure that the AC was toast, but Zach was able to fix it, and it was super affordable. We also signed up for the bi-annual check up, which was a great deal. I highly recommend Greater Comfort. They are kind, helpful, and trustworthy!” – Emily G.
  1. “Cody came and serviced my furnace today and he did a wonderful job. He was knowledgeable and very thorough. I would definitely recommend this company and will use again in the future.” — Michele M.
  1. “I have been a Greater Comfort customer for many years and there is a very good reason for that. When it’s time for my furnace/AC maintenance, I always receive a call right on schedule. The call usually comes from ‘Angel Huff’ at the front desk. Angel should be rewarded for her professionalism, great customer service and perhaps, most of all, her kindness. I also want to recognize another deserving employee. His name is Cody Martin. He arrived at my home right on time to service my furnace and A/C. Cody is extremely knowledgeable, thorough and such a gentleman. I am hoping that he will be the one for my next maintenance. I definitely recommend Greater Comfort. I know they are the best! Thanks!” – Marilyn L.
  1. “Just had Greater Comfort Heating & Air install an air purifier and humidifier. The technician Robbie Baker was very professional and before he finished he made sure that I understood how to maintain the units. Should’ve had these systems installed years ago. Thanks Greater Comfort.” – Antoine S.
  1. “We appreciate everything you have done to make sure our air conditioner is running properly. It has been keeping us plenty cool during this recent hot spell. You and your staff really went the extra mile to help us. Thanks again!” – Tina
  1. “They have a very strong planning process, replacement of heating and a/c began within 24 hours. Competent, on time, excellent supervision, customer contact and follow up. I could not expect better service!!! Highly recommend this company. Everyone was so friendly and understanding.” – Tamra Y.
  1. “I would like to take the time to tell you what a great work and service I have received from your company. The technician came out and basically saved us from fumes and oil from the old furnace that a previous guy American home shield sent to and almost killed us with fumes and an oil leak. You did a fantastic job with installing and taking out the old Williamson from 1958. Now the tech was here today, and the outside heat pump and unit needs to be replaced. Again he worked with American Home Shield and you are installing a whole new unit. I would like to request the same technician to be sent out to do the job. He is very knowledgeable, and just a great personality and I have the utmost confidence in his work. Thanks again, you have been a fantastic in all that you have done for me.” – Mike
  1. “Thanks for the excellent service I received from the time of my first phone call to the conclusion of the request for service. Everything was handled in a very friendly and professional way…My first meeting with Jeff was delightful. I found him to be very friendly, a good conversationalist and very knowledgeable of his profession. I use the word profession because I think he is a real professional in all aspects. His knowledge and ability to find a problem with my heat pump and to repair it in a timely manner fascinated me. I really appreciate him and the fantastic service he gave me. I also feel the same way about your entire company. You show a real concern for your customers. Your immediate response to a customers call and quick service is commendable. I love it. It was a real pleasure doing business with you and I’ll be sure to call you back for a spring cleaning. Also I’ll request that you send Jeff Pelfrey to do the job. Thanks again, I appreciate you folks very much.”— Melvin P.
  1. “From the very friendly office staff to the profesional & informative technician that installed out new unit, we could not have been happier. My husband & I were very impressed with the entire experience. We definitely will be referring this company to our family & friends.” – Elizabeth B.
  1. “I would like to thank you again for your installation of my new heating and air conditioning system. In this day and age, you do not find too many companies like yours. You say exactly what you are going to do, and follow through with it, no matter the circumstances. I appreciate all of your help, and would be more than happy to refer you to anyone at any time…” — Michael
  1. “Thank you for helping out my mom and dad with the new furnace. You guys where great! from the lady that answered the phone to the technician and the guys installing the furnace. I will be telling all my friends.” — Rick
  1. “…I never thought I would have heat again so quick! He then did a complete assessment of my furnace prior to departing. I feel much more secure knowing I can count on Greater Comfort Heating.” – Jeff
  1. “Today I had a great experience. I had my yearly preventative maintenance done and the service tech, Cody was very through and discovered that I had some issues with my A/C unit. I was wondering why my a/c would run and run. Cody quickly diagnosed the problem and fixed it quickly. He was very friendly and knowledgable. I would highly recommend this company to friends and family. Thanks!” — Shelley H.
  1. “I’ve been using GC for years now; they have done a lot of work at my home. I had to call Angel after Justin left my home this past week. Justin called me when he was on his way and gave me an approximate arrival time. He offered to put ‘booties’ on to walk through the house. He arrived with everything in hand and ready to go to work. I showed him the thermostat, then showed him where the furnace and humidifier are. I left him to do his work. Once he finished he walked me through both receipts (one was the furnace check-list including pressure and temp readings, the other everything he did from start to finish). Justin was knowledgeable, kind and personable. I told him I would see him in six months for Spring maintenance. Great service!” – Kim

Prepare Your Home for Winter with Fall Maintenance

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Fall is officially here: bring on the football, pumpkin, and also bring on the preparation for winter!

Looking for confirmation of the benefits of preventative maintenance?

Think of it this way: any heating system is more likely to break or break down when it is working the hardest—which generally means when you need it most.

Winterize Your Home—Starting Now

Here’s what to do to prepare your home for winter, which can help protect the investments you’ve made in your heating and cooling system as well as keep your utility bills as low as possible.

1. Have Greater Comfort Perform Your Heating Tune-Up

You want to be sure that your furnace or heat pump is operating efficiently. You also want to make sure it’s clean and in good repair, and nothing is unsafe for your family or business. Have peace of mind when you make a quick call now that will help prevent any kind of repairs when the frigid days of winter are here!

2. Reverse Any Ceiling Fans

Do your ceiling fans have a reverse switch? If so, take advantage in rooms with high ceilings once you turn on the heat. When you turn the fan’s blades in a clockwise direction you can help create an updraft and “push down” heated air from the top of a room towards the rest of the room.

3. Consider Insulating Your Home for Winter, Including Insulated Windows

Worried about higher heating bills? If you’re home is insulated as it should be, you can keep the warm air inside, where it’s meant to be! Just how much can you save thanks to good insulation? The US Department of Energy says that on average, you will save up to 20 percent on your home’s heating and cooling costs by adding insulation to your attics, floors, and crawl spaces. (Source: Energy Star.) There are many kinds of insulation, all of which have their benefits.

When you have insulated windows, you prevent heat from escaping and you also create a warm window surface inside—two important factors in late fall and in the winter. Insulated windows should help you resist heat transfer and work to reduce any issues with condensation.

4. Don’t Forget Your Water Lines

We don’t have to tell you what happens when water freezes and expands, but sometimes—while we may remember to turn of the lawn/irrigation system—we can forget to turn off the AC’s water shut-off valve, when appicable. When your system has one, you want us to drain the hoses and pipes to be sure that no water remains.

“Do I really need to do a fall tune-up?”

If you’ve ever wondered if you really do need your heating maintenance each fall, the answer is yes! Just like with changing the oil in your car, it’s proven to be preventative maintenance that you just need to do.

Winterization takes place inside and outside the home. It only takes minimal effort to be sure that you’ve done your fall tune-up and to make sure you’ve fixed any insulation issues that you have before the frigid temperatures hit. Learn about our maintenance program and call Greater Comfort today.


Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Homeowners: Top Reasons to Get Your Furnace Tune-Up

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This time every year, we have our regular homeowners and business owners who call us for their fall tune-up.

Many are well aware that they might actually be required to maintain their furnace for their warranty to be valid, but there’s more reason than just that for proper maintenance of your system.

Enhance Your Comfort & Prolong the Life of Your System

Getting your fall season tune-up isn’t just to avoid a scenario where your furnace doesn’t turn on at all—it’s to keep your furnace running as efficiently as possible, and for as long as possible. Getting your tune-up in now is the best way to avoid any kind of repair later, especially when the cold weather hits hard!

What are the areas we are examining during a tune-up, and how are we prolonging the life of your system? There are quite a few benefits of regular maintenance:

Your Tune-Up Maximizes Your Energy Efficiency

You don’t want any surprises once the cold weather hits, and a tune-up helps prevent that. When the Greater Comfort team is able to clean and inspect your furnace burner and heat exchanger, we’re making sure it is running just as it should.

Your Tune-Up Keeps Your Family or Workers Safe

Your tune-up ensures your electrical components are working as they should. Of course any family wants to avoid a situation where any dangerous carbon monoxide levels are present.

Your Tune-Up Ensures Proper Airflow

Over time, your system may see limited airflow or have restricted airflow, which we work to correct. Again, any inefficiency translates into a more expensive energy bill for you, and a system that’s being taxed more than it should be.

Your Tune-Up Saves You Money

Doing maintenance on your home is less expensive than repair costs later. It also saves you money all winter as your system operates at peak efficiency.

Improves Energy Efficiency

Cleaning and inspection of your furnace burner and your heat exchanger ensures safe operation. Again, it is one more measure to keep your furnace running as efficiently as possible.

Even if you have skipped maintenance in the past, now is the time to start regular maintenance on your system. As many as 9 out of 10 HVAC system failures are caused by dirt and dust that could have been prevented by a professional. (Source: Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service.)

Doing your tune-up when it’s still warm out is the ideal scenario to make sure it is operating at peak performance and will be safe for you and your family. Beyond checking the thermostat to ensure maximum efficiency and comfort, take a look at the list of the other tune-up measures we take:

  • Changing filters for efficient operation
  • Testing your air flow
  • Checking vents, drafts, and flues
  • Checking for gas leaks
  • Checking all electrical connections and controls
  • Lubrication of the blower bearings and blower motor
  • Cleaning dust from your system
  • Inspecting gas or oil connections, gas pressure and burner combustion
  • Inspecting the heat exchanger (no carbon monoxide leaks)
  • Checking all your safety components

Want to learn more? Give us a call today to learn about our maintenance program.


Ductless Mini-Split Systems: Why They Mean Greater Efficiency for Your Home

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Lots of people come to us with room temperature issues. They’d like to find a solution that can appropriately fix the problem, but they want it to be a low-cost one.

Central air, or other ducted systems, work to cool (or heat) the air in your home, but they also do so in a way where you don’t have much control over where that air goes. Vacant rooms in the house are getting cooled (or heated) in just the same way as the other rooms.

For example, if you have a large section of the basement used for storage—your ducted system is working just as hard to cool that room as it is to cool your master bedroom! In today’s world, that means you are paying a lot more than you need to. Here’s where there may be other inefficiencies in your current system:

Your thermostat.

Thermostats attached to a ducted system are not always built for large homes or homes with rooms that naturally have competing air-flow or temperatures. For example, if you have a thermostat in your master study, if you were to change that temperature, it still affects people in the basement. The point is that the rooms are not treated as individually as they could be.

Wasted energy.

By nature of its very setup, ductwork tends to run through un-insulated spaces of the home or apartment. This of course means there is heat loss. If there is any leak or non-optimal installation of the ductwork, then you can have even greater wasted energy, passed along to you as greater expenses each month.

Fluctuations that translate to reduced efficiency.

In many cases, such a catch-all kind of cooling system is in fact idea. But for certain homes today, having one single speed compressor that can only run at full speed means that your system is only working at full capacity, or it’s not. In other words, your system is either working hard, or it acts “off.” This cycle may cause a bit of inefficiency in the home.

Compare this on-off cycle to how a ductless systems would work. A ductless system would be able to provide control at all times, rather than working in cycles. Even the slightest temperature change would be detected. That means no huge drafts of air or any fluctuations in how your system operates.

Think of a ductless system as a temperature-controlled system that allows you to still stay cool, but to do so in a way that can save you on your energy bill.

Ductless systems are quiet, easy to maintain, and quick for us to install. The technology is more efficient than conventional HVAC systems.


3 Home Energy Myths That Are Costing You Money

AC repair and AC units myths and the truthMyth #1: When coming home to a hot house, turning the AC down to a temperature lower than the desired house temperature, will help cool the house faster.

Truth: The reality is that this won’t help your house cool (or heat up) any faster. Because your air handler is only going to move warm air out at a set speed, you can’t deliver cool air faster, no matter how low you put the thermostat setting.

Also remember that a risk you run—if you do set the thermostat extremely low—is that you can forget about the setting, and over-cool your house, or you might even freeze your thermostat if it gets too cold.

Myth #2: Leaving a ceiling fan on will cool a room, even if you are not in the room. 

Truth: It might seem obvious but ceiling fans work to circulate the air in the room to create a draft, and they do this through a motor that is powered by electricity.

Ceiling fans are just cooling people, and they are not cooling rooms. In fact, they are not doing anything to lower the temperature of any room. Since they take electricity to run, if anything, they are adding a slight bit of heat to the room.

Second, while the breeze may feel nice, assuming your AC is still running and you haven’t set the thermostat higher, it isn’t saving you any energy. With that said, ceiling fans add a nice breeze, but it’s important to know they aren’t doing any cooling to the room.

Myth #3: Buying or upgrading to a energy efficient AC system will automatically reduce your energy bill.

Truth: This is why you rely on the experts at Greater Comfort to walk through all the choices you have, including the cost savings associated with any kind of change, replacement/repair, or upgrade. Keep in mind that the size of the unit and the location of the installation all are going to impact the efficiency you end up seeing. That means that if a unit is improperly sized or installed, you can end up paying more than you should be paying.

The Department of Energy says that poor installation and improper sized equipment can waste as much as one-third of your energy consumption. That’s where we come in to make sure you receive the quality installation and service to see maximum savings.

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Air Conditioning 101: Ductless/Split System

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We’ve talked about it before: a ductless or mini split air conditioner is one that has a split design, and it does not have any system of ducts. In other words, you get cool air—no ductwork required!

The Basics: Ductless Split Air Conditioners

You might also hear these setups being called mini-split, ductless split, or duct-free systems. They are ideal systems for many home because they allow you flexibility as to which zones you want to cool, and how much you want to cool those specific zones (or rooms) in your home

These split system have at least one unit inside the home—your evaporator—and one outdoor unit—the condenser. Small tubes of refrigerant run from the outdoor unit to the indoor units. Indoor units are wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted. All of the indoor units can be used independently of one another.

Pros & Cons

As with any system you choose, be sure to ask your HVAC about all your options—make and model and even the zoning implications for your home and your energy bill (see more on that below).

Generally speaking, people choose ductless split air conditioners because they are cost effective and they work to keep all rooms of your home comfortable. The compactness of a ductless system is also a benefit, especially for people looking to be able to better control temperatures in zones like attics or basements.

Keep in mind your compressor sits outside the home, so the system also has the benefit of being quiet. In many cases, they are also considered easier to maintain than window air conditioners.

Installing Your Ductless Split Air Conditioner

A single zone ductless split system has one evaporator, or air handler, and one condenser. Here’s where we discuss with you the make and model that is best for your needs, and how we can best set up your home in zones. In many cases, you will see one unit per room. Popular choices for installation include within the ceiling (recessed), suspended from the ceiling, concealed in the ceiling or wall mounted.

We’ve been asked which is more “complicated”: installing central air or a ductless split air conditioner system. The answer is that while we wouldn’t call either complicated, but they do of course require a certified HVAC to install. If we had to say, installing a ductless/split system is less complicated than installing central air.

If you’re ready to increase or lower the temperature simply via remote, then maybe a ductless system is right for you! If you are ready for precision and control, ask us to help you look at the possibility of ductless air conditioning for your family.


Why Every Homeowner Who Wants a Cool, Airtight Home Needs an Energy Audit

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Wanting to find areas that can quickly save you money? Or, perhaps you are looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint. Either way, it’s time for an energy audit.

How an Energy Audit Works

Energy audits are designed to provide an overview of how your home uses energy and in what ways you can reduce that consumption. Air leakage can increase heating and cooling costs over 30 percent. Air leakage can also contribute to comfort, health and safety-related problems. We work with you to make sure you aren’t wasting money with any hidden air leakage sites or inefficiencies in the home.

Diagnostic Tool: Blower Door Testing 

We use a blower door to measure air leaks in your home or building. You want to reduce leakage in order to:

  • Reduce energy consumption that is due to any air leakage
  • Avoid moisture condensation problems
  • Avoid unwanted drafts caused by air leakage
  • Determine airflow factors that are impacting your air quality

We seal up the building envelope, pressurize it with a blower fan, and measure the air loss to determine where the home is leaking.

One measure of a home’s leakage rate is called ACH, or air changes per hour. This measurement estimates how many times in one hour the entire volume of air inside the building/home leaks to the outside.

Leakier houses have higher ACH’s. For you, that means you have higher cooling and heating costs. Other “costs” include excess moisture, comfort-related issues, and health problems.

We use infrared cameras to pinpoint the exact location of each air leak and any spots where insulation is missing. By developing a clear map of your home’s insulation and potential leaks, we can recommend with precise accuracy where you need to have upgrades made. This is much faster and more cost efficient than having your entire home re-insulated.

What to Expect 

When we visit your home or building, we will want to do walk-through of your space together. This way, we can talk about any areas or zones you feel you have trouble cooling/heating, or any areas you notice more drafts than you’d like.

To prepare, know that we may need access to areas of the home that includes closets attics, your unused rooms, or even crawl spaces. Recall that we will be shutting exterior and interior doors and windows. Anything we would change, such as the controls on atmospheric fossil fuel appliances, we will set back upon completion of the audit. On average, this process may take about an hour. Ask us any questions you have about the process, or about how long it might take for your specific home or building.

The Benefits of an Energy Audit: An Energy Efficient Home With Controlled Ventilation

During our energy audit, we determine exactly where your home/building needs upgrades, and we will recommend changes that will increase the efficiency of your HVAC system.

The best part of a home energy audit is that you can then look at a list of specific actions that will save you money, as well as result in less noise pollution and less indoor air pollution. You then get to decide which, if any, changes you want to pursue.



The Top Benefits of a Ductless Cooling & Heating System

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What are the advantages of a ductless system over a forced air system?

Recall that just as it sounds, rather than having ducts that run throughout your entire home, ductless systems give you zoned cooling and heating. We setup units that are strategically installed to optimize cooling and heating efforts with efficiency and control.

Ductless mini-split systems can also be used in single zone or multi-zone applications. Besides being attractive and quiet, systems can be built based on your needs and your home’s layout.

A ductless cooling and heating system helps you save money, stay comfortable, and even be healthier as a family. Read on to see the other benefits of being able to customize your home temperature to your exact needs.

Cost savings.

We might call it efficiency, but as a home owner, that equates to saving money! You already know how your cooling & heating is responsible for more than half of your energy bill each year. Because a ductless system can help you save up to 30 percent of your energy costs, you have huge potential for savings.


While it might no be the major reason you decide to go ductless, it’s still good to know: ask us about our systems that are as much as 40 percent more efficient than window units. Ductless means you can target the areas you want hotter or cooler, meaning you really do have more control over all aspects of your system. Largely considered one of the most eco-friendly systems you can adopt today, this means you can stay comfortable, cool, and still do your part for the environment.

Easier to maintain.

Not only are ductless systems easy to install, but they are easy to maintain. Filters can also last up to 10 years so that means you won’t have to replace them very often. Filters for a ductless system are easy to remove and you can typically even rinse them in the sink to clean.

Cleaner air.

Say goodbye to indoor air-caused allergies! We’ve talked before about the dust, pollen, bacteria and stale air within the home that can do harm to your family’s health. A ductless system is able to purify the air and remove these pollutants.

Ultimate comfort.

Consider how a split-ductless provides you with temperature control in the rooms your family uses most. Or, look at it the opposite way: you no longer have to waste energy cooling or heating the rooms that you don’t spend a lot of time in.

Combine efficiency, targeting capabilities, and flexibility and you get a comfortable family!

A ductless system clearly has many benefits over a conventional system. Ask us for more information if you’d like to compare costs and see what your optimal options are.

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