Keep Your NH Home Cool This Summer
For New Hampshire residents with older homes, depending on the season, you may have experienced a particular room that is either too cold or warm. This can make it very uncomfortable, especially if it’s a room that you and your family spend a lot of time in. With the temperatures rising, those hot rooms are going to need an AC unit for the window, which can be tedious when you have to drag them out of storage. Eliminate this step by upgrading that hot room with a ductless system!
Ductless, or mini-splits, systems offer comfort for each individual room by providing cool or warm air immediately. Once the ductless system reaches the temperature is was set to, it will slow down. This helps to lower your heating and cooling bills all the while keeping your room temperatures even.
Ductless systems are perfect for any room because the necessary tubing for installing is small. Compared to ductwork, these can go just about anywhere in your home. Because these types of systems use their own heat pump, there won’t be any disturbance to your current system.
HVAC systems focus on the home as a whole, while with ductless systems, you’re able to focus on individual spaces and rooms. They offer you a much more energy efficient solution to heating or cooling a specific room in your home.
Another popular reason for a ductless system is that it keeps the air in your home moving. Without the consistent movement of air, some additions can smell off. Ductless systems come with reusable filters that not only keep the air circulating, but clean it as well!
How Can I Use a Ductless System?
- Renovations and additions
- Enclosed patios
- 3 season porches
- Too hot or cold rooms
- Homes without ductwork
- In your entire home
Contact Our Heating & Cooling Company
For New Hampshire homeowners that are looking to upgrade their AC window units this summer, consider a ductless system with Daigle Plumbing & Heating! We are happy to answer any questions you may have or schedule your appointment online or by calling us at 603-434-6353.