The Advantages of Having Split System Heating & Cooling

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With winter weather, the emphasis on heating returns to the fore. However, have you ever stopped and thought about having just one system for both cooling and heating? More specifically, have you ever thought about equipping your home or office with split system heating and cooling? It’s the best type of system for any home or office since it takes up less space on your premises. It means that it’s less burdensome to install, and it’s also a whole lot easier to manage and maintain.

It’s easier to install compared to the conventional system of heating and cooling

Conventional versions of heating or cooling systems have one entire unit containing the heating and one entire unit containing the cooling. Having a split system heating and cooling unit means that the heating and cooling unit as well as the air outlet system act as one coordinated system. And the compressor can be located outside to minimize noise.

These systems are easier to install in any given situation compared to non-split type systems. You see, you have more options as to where you can put the heating/cooling outlet in the room. You don’t necessarily have to put it in a place that has to be by the outer portion of a wall. All you need to worry about is where to put that outlet for the most comfort possible. Most of the other components are out of sight.

When it comes to maintenance, split system heating and cooling units are also more manageable

With split system heating and cooling, maintenance is based on tried and true components that have stood the test of time and have modern reliability. That means that only the worn or faulty component needs to be taken out, and not the entire system. That means less hassle on the part of the repair service, and lower costs for you.

Split system heating and cooling units are more energy efficient

When it comes to energy consumption, split system heating and cooling units are more energy efficient. That’s because, as a heat exchanger, they are more efficient at converting cool air into warm air and warm air into cool air, and therefore, consume less power. If it takes less time to heat or cool, while requiring less power to do so, that translates into a much better system for you.

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