With summer fast approaching in Columbia, MD, you will want to know that your cooling system is going to keep you comfortable throughout the season. If you have an older air conditioning system, or you are looking at options for air conditioning in your home, a ductless mini split system offers you versatility. You can have a mini split system easily installed in your home, and you’ll have cool air throughout.
Grove Heating & Cooling in Columbia provides HVAC services for homeowners and businesses throughout the area. If you are trying to keep comfortable this summer, and you are considering a mini split system, it’s time to reach out to the professionals at Grove Heating & Cooling.
A mini split system uses wall-mounted blower devices and an exterior unit to provide cool, comfortable air back into your home. There’s no ductwork involved, and you can have a mini-split installed in spaces where traditional HVAC systems are unable to reach. The temperature is controlled by adjusting the thermostat on the wall unit, and each unit is self-regulated.
The warm air from the interior of the home is pulled into the mini split wall unit, and refrigerant within the coil system removes the heat from the air. The air is then returned to the home, now that it is cooled off.
The biggest benefit of a mini split system is that you can have varying temperatures in different rooms of the house, depending on comfort levels. You can have one room be a bit warmer while keeping another room cooler, simply by pressing a button that controls the wall unit in each room. They are perfect for contained office spaces where there are a number of employees who prefer different temperatures from one another.
When you work with Grove Heating & Cooling, you will get the experience and skill you want when it comes to an HVAC company. As a family owned and operated business, we understand the importance of taking good care of your family. The mini split installation process is generally quick and easy. There are no air ducts that need to be installed, and only a few small holes will be drilled for refrigerant tubes that are connected to your exterior unit.
One of our HVAC technicians will carefully mount each wall unit, and attach the unit through the wall to the outdoor condenser unit. The unit outside is responsible for powering the wall units, and takes care of removing the heat from the coolant. The coolant is then sent back into the wall unit, where it again removes heat from the interior air.
Many homeowners and business owners decide to go with a mini-split system over a central air conditioning system because of the benefits, which include:
Each wall unit only takes care of a specific area of the house. Since cool air doesn’t have to travel through ductwork, no conditioned air is wasted in transit to another space. When the system doesn’t have to turn on as often to stay comfortable, it is less expensive to cool off your home.
Most people in a home or office don’t like a universal temperature throughout the space. If you have rooms you aren’t using, you can turn off the mini split units in those rooms to conserve energy. Each wall unit is its own system, and you will only be cooling off the rooms that you are using.
Mini splits are also ideal for new home additions and garages where there is no existing ductwork.
At Grove Heating & Cooling, we are ready to help you stay comfortable this summer. If you are interested in learning more about a mini split installation, give us a call and speak to a member of our team. Our technicians are trained and ready to offer you a solution to your cooling needs.