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Ductless Mini Split Systems in Washington, DC

Are you thinking about replacing an old, inefficient heater in your home? Do you have a new house lacking a whole-home cooling system? Did you know that you can get both a heating and a cooling system in one convenient, efficient package? With a ductless mini split system in Washington, DC, you can enjoy many benefits unique to ductless air conditioning and heating. Just remember that, as is the case with any whole-house cooling system, you really must have your ductless mini splits installed and serviced by skilled, trained professionals. That is where our staff comes in.

Since 2001, Polar Bear Air Conditioning & Heating Inc has been helping homeowners to enjoy the level of comfort that they deserve in their homes. Give us a call today to learn more about what we can do for you. When it comes to getting the most from any ductless mini split system, high-quality services are the first step toward success.

What Is a Ductless Mini Split?

As you’ve no doubt deduced on your own, a ductless air conditioning and heating system is an HVAC system that does not require the use of ductwork, even as it heats and cools your entire home using conditioned air. How is this possible? Rather than use a central unit connected to a ductwork system, ductless mini splits use individual, wall–mounted blowers in their operation. Each of these blowers is tied to the outdoor unit via power, refrigerant, and any necessary drainage lines. They act as localized air handlers, and are tasked only with heating or cooling the particular zone in which any given air handler is installed.

Why Choose Ductless Mini Split Heating and Cooling Systems?

There are a few benefits that you’ll enjoy thanks to the use of a ductless mini split system. First of all, because these systems use heat pump technology, you can both heat and cool your entire home with just one system. Also, efficiency is optimized as you won’t have to worry about conditioned air leaking out of compromised ductwork, and you can choose to heat or cool different areas of your home to different temperatures, further boosting efficiency. Plus, everyone in your home can live more comfortably, as the zone control capability inherent to these systems allows for varied temperature maintenance throughout the house.

We Install and Service Ductless Heating and Air Conditioning Systems

Just like any other whole–house heating and/or cooling system, your ductless mini split must be of the right size for your home if it is to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible. When we install your ductless mini splits in Washington, DC, you can count on the system being exceptionally well–designed and integrated into your home successfully. Not only that, but we offer the routine maintenance and ductless HVAC repair services that you’ll need to keep your system as reliable as possible. Eventually, if a ductless heating and cooling replacement is needed, we can handle that as well. Just give us a call today if you think that going ductless is the right call for your residence.

Ductless Air Conditioning & Heating Services in Washington, DC

For high quality ductless services in Washington, DC and the surrounding area, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are the trusted choice for ductless mini split system repairs as well as installations and maintenance calls. Call us today to schedule ductless services in Washington D.C. and the surrounding areas.

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