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For rooms with hot or cold spots, Ductless systems can provide more complete control, targeting those areas with uneven temperatures for more consistent comfort throughout your whole home.
Older homes weren’t built to accommodate the ductwork that goes along with standard modern heating and air conditioning systems. Carrier Ductless systems allow you to preserve the integrity of your home’s historic architecture without having to carve out spaces for ducts and vents. For low-profile home comfort, console units can be installed into the wall itself without disrupting the formal décor of spaces like dining rooms.
Carrier Ductless systems can be easily integrated into new architecture, since they don’t require a connection to existing ductwork. No special accommodations need to be made for additional space between walls or above ceilings.
Ductless works best in rooms with tight spaces and/or hard-to-control temperatures. Inverter technology allows the system to run longer cycles at lower fan speeds, which helps the system dehumidify while cooling. Less humidity means more comfort – even at higher temperatures in attics – and better control of comfort in lower natural-light conditions typical in basements.
Less kids means more space. In a home where some rooms are no longer being used every day, Carrier Ductless systems can be configured so you only heat or cool spaces when you’re using them, and you can save on energy when you’re not.
In a room with less wall space to hang a unit (as in a sunroom with mostly glass walls), a console unit can be installed detached from the wall on feet, allowing for lower-impact installation.
For a space that may not be connected to your home’s central HVAC, Ductless offers compact cooling and heating power to keep you comfortable all year long.
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