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Ductless Heat Pump Installation by For-U-Builders in Connecticut

Ductless Heating & Air Conditioning in Connecticut & Surrounding New England Areas

Our team of seasoned pros, at For-U-Builders, understands how your home works, from the inside out. We know that when it comes to energy proficiency and conservation, your home has the potential to save you money, and improve your day-to-day life, and your family's comfort. For homeowners looking to make their home's more comfortable, and save money on heating and cooling bills, we recommend a state-of-the-art ductless heating and air conditioning system. Efficient. Affordable. Comfortable.

When you need our help in WallingfordWindsor, East Lyme, Middletown, or Glastonbury, give us a call at 203-349-6468 or click here to make a reservation for services at your property within our service area. We also serve customers in Portland, Uncasville, South Windsor, Old Lyme, and South Glastonbury.

The Ductless HVAC System

Ductless Heating & Cooling system for your home

Now, you might have never imagined that the air circulating in your home can become an important asset when it comes to your energy consumption. The ductless HVAC system can not only bring you energy-saving benefits but also fit in or around the property of your home.

Normally, most homes use air ducts to heat or cool the home. If you are in an older home or a home built without ducts, having the home retrofit with ducts can take some time and disrupt your daily activities, as well as add a huge expense. Receiving comfort should never be uncomfortable, and this is where ductless heat pumps reveal their charms.

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How Does This System Work?

During cooler months, the system works by taking in the air from outdoors and converting it to warm air before it lets it in your home to heat the rooms, and in turn, takes the cool air from inside your home and expels it outside. This system also works when it comes to cooling your home, but instead of taking in warm air outside, it works just like any other central air system would, but without the ductwork and additional equipment.

Advantages of Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems

Easy to Install

Unlike insulating your air ducts, the ductless system does not necessarily need to tear down your walls for it to work. It can be installed by simply mounting it on the wall, which is then connected to a compressor placed outside your home. It is fast, easy, and can be used within the day of installation.

Helps You Lower Utility Costs

Besides keeping you warm during the cold seasons, one of the many reasons why homeowners choose this system is to lower their utility costs. When a home’s heating system is inefficient, chances are that the homeowner’s monthly electrical bill increases. Ductless HVAC are smaller than traditional heating systems, thus, use less power. This system also creates “zones” in which, the “zoned” area, usually unoccupied rooms, no longer need to be heated.

Improve Air Quality

The quality of indoor air can be worse than the air outside. With traditional systems, they need to be cleaned and maintained constantly, leaving dust, dirt, and allergen particles, in your home. Ductless HVAC systems, on the other hand, have multi-stage filtration, which reduces dust, bacteria, pollen, and other tiny particles in the air.

Lowers your Carbon Footprint

Bigger doesn’t always mean better, and this is proven by this system’s size. Not only does it consume less space, but it also takes advantage of environmental advances; helping the environment throughout its lifespan.

For the best ductless heating & air conditioning system in Connecticutcontact For-U-Builders today by dialing 203-349-6468 or visit our contact page! We serve the following areas - South Windsor, Uncasville, Wallingford and near counties.

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