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Ductless Heating

[fa icon='calendar'] Dec 17, 2019 12:48:00 PM / by Reid Geiler posted in Split System, Ductless Heating, HVAC

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A ductless heating system could be a low cost and energy efficient system for your home that could also save you a lot of money in the long run. 

Ductless heating systems are also referred to as "split systems" because they rely on a main outside unit and up to eight wall mounted inside units that provide different zones or areas that can be controlled individually.  These systems are ideal for homes that don't need to heat certain rooms in the winter.  Certain rooms can be set to warmer temperatures to maintain comfort and other rooms can be set a little lower to save money and energy.  The wall mounted units can also be installed within hours with very little construction activity needed.  A small hole for the piping from the main heating unit and a some wall brackets are all that are needed.

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The Best Way to Heat a Garage in Winter

[fa icon='calendar'] Dec 17, 2018 3:55:54 PM / by Reid Geiler posted in Split System, Ductless Heating

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Garages are an underutilized space in the home. Garages create extra room for doing hobbies, playing games, and entertaining.

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Why is One Room in My House So Cold?

[fa icon='calendar'] Dec 10, 2018 7:24:29 PM / by Reid Geiler posted in Split System, Ductless Heating

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If you find that one room in your house is cooler than others (and not on purpose) you may have an air duct balancing issue. There are some things you can do on your own to investigate the source of the issue.

First, make sure all your vents are fully open and your furnace filter isn’t dirty.

Second, make sure the windows are completely closed.

Once you’ve eliminated your filter, vents, and windows as the problem, then it’s time to call a professional to look at your HVAC system.

You may have an outdated HVAC and it’s time to replace your unit.

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