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Keeping your Jacksonville, Florida, home comfortable during the hot and humid summer months is probably one of your top priorities. Maintaining efficiency in your home probably runs a close second. Consider installing a ductless system to improve comfort and efficiency.

Create Zones

A ductless system transports conditioned air to various indoor units throughout your home. Each zone has the ability to be set to its own temperature. This convenience allows you to keep rooms at different temperatures, sending conditioned air only where it is needed and maintaining ultimate comfort for each family member. You will no longer have to battle over the thermostat settings with your loved ones.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

As the name would suggest, a ductless system does not require ductwork throughout your home. Ductwork is a popular hiding spot for dust, dirt, and dander that can get into your system and circulate throughout the air in your home. By removing the ductwork, you will no longer have to worry about this buildup getting into the air and settling on your floors, furniture, and other surfaces.

Upgrade Installation

Unlike a traditional HVAC system, you won’t rely on ductwork to connect the units to vents in your home. Instead of the ductwork, vents, and registers, you will have various indoor units that can easily work into your decor and are easy to install. They are the perfect options for new construction projects, new additions, and renovations.

Save Money

Since ductless systems only deliver the necessary amount of conditioned air wherever it’s needed, they will use less energy to get the room to the desired temperature. Less energy use means lower monthly energy bills. In addition to saving money on your utility bills, you can also take advantage of utility rebates and tax credits.

Are you looking to improve the comfort and efficiency of your home? Contact Abaco Air Experts at (904) 268-3800 today. One of our service experts will help you find the right ductless system for your home.

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