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Solar or Traditional Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning & Heat Pump
Traditional Ducted HVAC Vs. Ductless Mini Split HVAC
Why pay tens of thousands of dollars for a ducted system that has up to 40% duct-loss from the day of install?

 That is correct, “UP TO 40% DUCT-LOSS” from DAY ONE!
 How & Why? Air resistance in ventilation system’s is mainly determined by air speed in the system. Air resistance grows directly proportional to air flow. This phenomenon is known as pressure loss.
A Traditional HVAC system requires an outside unit, known as a compressor. The refrigerant “Line Sets” run from the compressor to the “Evaporator Coil” housed in the Air Handler, {which requires an expensive - fabrication and install}. That air then is moved by fan to a “Trunk” that air flows through a duct damper which has individual duct’s tapped to the trunk then each duct runs out to the individual rooms.
The placement of the Air Handler to the “Trunk” will vary depending on the homes construction. The farther the two components are from each other the more pressure loss is incurred. Once the conditioned air is pushed to the “Trunk” that conditioned air then travels to and through the individual ducts to each room creating more resistance, causing additional pressure loss..
By that time, duct loss has occurred because of pressure loss, leaky joints and inadequate insulation of each duct. The reason some rooms have better flow than others.
So you can picture why some rooms farthest from the Air Handler have a harder time getting comfortable. So what you pay for at the air handler is not what you are receiving at the other end in the home.
It gets worse-
When you set your thermostat to 75° to condition a back bedroom for 70° now you know why. Also that thermostat cannot read an ambient temperature in a separate room. Little to no control over most rooms in the home. Increased energy usage –decreased comfort. Even the most efficient systems are only as efficient as an antiquated design can be.
Calculates 1° variation in accuracy = 1% Increase in energy cost= IE: 5% energy Increase in lost comfort!

There is a Solution-
The “Most Used Rooms” concept gives you complete Control-Comfort & Efficiency that old antiquated systems just are simply
not designed to do.
Ductless systems eliminate all of your duct energy loss problems. Because they are ductless, what comes out of the evaporator
head is delivered directly into the room. What you pay for is what you receive. UP TO 98% efficiency delivered on Ductless Mini
Split Systems –
Because of the Most Used Rooms concept you are using that energy only when & where it is needed, while able to customize
each room’s climate. Giving you complete control over your comfort & energy usage. How’s that for freedom?
Ductless air conditioning systems are becoming more common in single-family homes. Here are a few main reasons builders
and homeowners choose to install mini splits:
You don’t need existing ductwork. With a mini-split system, you can add air conditioning to your home without ductwork in
place.
• Affordability. Choosing a mini-split system is more affordable if you’re retrofitting your home or building from the ground up
without ductwork. It also takes less time to install a mini-split system.
• Heating capabilities. Mini split heat pumps are becoming increasingly more common. That means you can get both heating and
cooling from the same system.
• Versatility. Mini-split systems can be installed in a variety of orientations based on your home’s configuration. Floor-mount, ceiling-recessed and horizontal-ducted configurations are common.
• Easy installation. Ductless air conditioning systems are easier to install and weigh less. So the “Do It Yourselfer” can install with ease.
• Energy efficiency. Ductless systems don’t lose hot or cold air due to duct leakage. Most mini-split systems are approximately 30% to 40% more efficient on average.
For many homeowners, mini-split systems will provide adequate cooling and serve as a budget-friendly alternative to traditional air conditioning installations. Designed to be energy efficient, mini-split systems are also a smart buy for the eco-conscious homeowner.