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What is a split air conditioning system?

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Are you in the market for a new air conditioning system? You might have noticed there are tons of different HVAC systems to choose from these days. You can always go with the traditional HVAC units, but you should also consider looking into a split air conditioning system, also known as ductless AC or a mini-split system. But what is a split air conditioning system?

split air conditioning system is a small unit that can be placed in any room in your home or business. Instead of using ducts to air condition that space, conditioned air travels through the blower unit via a copper line set. They require no ductwork, and each unit can be controlled individually.

So now that you know what a split air conditioning system is, here are some benefits to owning one:

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1) Save on your electricity bill

Because the system is ductless, less air is lost. This means a split air conditioning system is going to save you a ton of money on your utility bills.

2) Cool or heat the rooms you want, when you want

You can put a split air conditioning system in any (or every) room of your house, which means you don’t have to worry about cooling or heating the rooms you spend the least amount of time in. Just use the remote control to find your perfect temperature.

3) Save the environment

Many ductless air conditioning units are rated at 28 SEER. This means split air conditioning systems are twice as efficient as a traditional AC system. With a ductless air conditioner, you can feel less guilty about cooling your home during those hot, summer days.

4) Don’t worry about ductwork in new additions to your home

If you decide to add new rooms to your home or enclose a garage, you won’t have to worry about expensive and time-consuming ductwork. You can simply have a split air conditioning system installed.

If it sounds like a split air conditioning system is right for you, give Lee’s Air a call at 559-227-9569. We can help you install your new HVAC units or repair your old ones.

Written by Thomas Howard

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