Are you looking for air conditioning that’s simple to install, silent, and costs 30 to 40 percent less per month than traditional systems to operate?
Ductless air systems offer a simple but sophisticated alternative to HVAC systems. They currently require a larger up-front investment but will save you money in the long run.
At KCA SERVICES, we’re committed to keeping our customers informed.
Here’s a quick list of ductless benefits:
- It’s energy efficient.
As previously mentioned, ductless systems cost 30 to 40 percent less than traditional units in terms of electricity usage. They are a perfect alternative for homeowners who are conscious of their carbon footprint. It is a product that balances sustainability with comfort.
- It will save you money.
Besides being more efficient, a ductless system may require less costly repairs than a traditional HVAC unit. Clogged or broken ducts in traditional systems are a common issue and cause systems to run inefficiently, on top of incurring maintenance costs. Ductless systems remove this issue altogether, saving you money on extra repairs.
- It’s quiet.
For some, the hum of a traditional air conditioner can be a source of disturbance, especially at night. Ductless units contain nothing more than a fan and an evaporator. They produce significantly less noise than their predecessor. This is another reason for their increasing popularity.
- It’s versatile.
Ductless air conditioning also works as a heater, effectively functioning as two systems in one. You’re in control of the temperature all the time, with a simple, user-friendly interface.
- It’s perfect for families.
Do you live with someone who likes the temperature a little warmer or cooler than you do? With the ductless system, each room can be adjusted to its own unique temperature. It’s the perfect way to please everybody.
Does going ductless seem like the right option for you? Call KCA SERVICES for a quote at 210-698-8520 or request an estimate online. Our team of experienced technicians is proud to provide you and other homeowners in San Antonio, TX, with a sustainable alternative.