Ductless Split HVAC System Repair in the North Shore
Serving Salem, Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, Lynn & Surrounding AreasCranney offers repair services for ductless split systems. Ductless splits are air conditioning systems that are small and affordable; they are called “splits” because they have an outdoor system as well as an indoor one. Ductless splits are ideal for any home or building. Because they are designed to cool smaller areas, they are ideal for additions, garages, and sections of the home or building that are frequently used. Cranney is ready to answer any questions or concerns that you may have, and keep you cool with ductless split repair.
How Ductless Splits WorkDuctless splits are ready to install and minimally invasive. To cool designated areas in your home or business, they are simply mounted or suspended to a wall or ceiling in your home that has outdoor access. Ductless splits are comprised of two major parts; the indoor and outdoor sections. Indoors is where you will find the wall mount, and outdoors is where the compressor will be placed. The two are connected through a small hole in the wall. They’re a perfect cooling method for downsizing, additions, or buildings that have one roof but different requirements.
Advantages of Split Systems
- Size: Ductless splits are small and are adjusted to fit on your wall. There will be no bulky components that are in the way or take up precious floor space.
- Flexibility: Ductless splits can be placed in almost any room or space that can be connected to the outdoors. They are a perfect solution for cooling sections of the home or building with high traffic or frequent use. They can be placed on walls or ceilings, and can be suspended.
- Easy Installation: Most models only require a small hole to be drilled into the wall of your choice. This is to connect the indoor and outdoor components and is minimally invasive. The necessary hole is typically three inches or less in diameter.
- Energy Efficiency: Because ductless splits are small and are typically used to cool smaller areas, you will be using less energy. Central air conditioning cools an entire home or building, which typically goes to waste in areas that aren’t used like spare bedrooms or attics.
Ductless HVAC Installation & ReplacementInstalling a new ductless HVAC system or replacing an older model couldn't be easier for our team of dedicated professionals. For more than 30 years, homeowners and businesses throughout the North Shore have enjoyed our reliable ductless HVAC installation services. We make sure that every component is appropriately selected, connected, and secured. It is our pleasure to help you identify the best position for the system and the ideal replacement option for your comfort. Contact Cranney Home Services at (978) 750-6900 for more information about ductless HVAC installation and replacement in the North Shore.
Ductless HVAC Repair & MaintenanceWe are available 24/7 to perform emergency HVAC repairs and maintenance. When your comfort is on the line, our certified HVAC professionals are a phone call and a short drive away. Our technicians have all the tools, equipment, and replacement components required to maintain and repair your ductless HVAC system quickly and effectively. Contact Cranney Home Services at (978) 750-6900 to schedule ductless HVAC maintenance or repairs.
Ductless System FAQs
Can Ductless Systems Provide Both Hot and Cold Air?Absolutely. Many units are highly effective at delivering cool comfort in the summer and cozy warmth in the winter.
How Do Ductless HVAC Systems Operate?Ductless systems operate much like traditional heat pumps. In the summer, the system passes hot air from within the home over the evaporator coils. The refrigerant within the coils absorbs the heat and transfers it outside the home. In the winter, the process reverses itself.
Is It Easy to Install a Ductless HVAC System?Ductless HVAC systems are very easy to install. They require attaching the outside condenser and interior air handler to the home or apartment. Connecting them requires drilling a small hole in the wall and connecting the wires to the home's electrical system.
Are Ductless HVAC Systems Ideal for Zoning?Zoning your home can give you considerable control over your comfort and energy usage. Installing ductless HVAC systems makes it easy to zone your home and enhance your comfort. Moreover, you can connect ductless HVAC systems to smart home technology, which can further improve your energy savings and provide considerable year-round comfort.
How Long Do Ductless HVAC Systems Last?With proper installation and attention to maintenance schedules, ductless HVAC Systems on the North Shore can last 20 years or longer. As with all systems, quality construction and reliable maintenance play a significant role in determining how long the system will provide reliable comfort. Contact Cranney Home Services at (978) 750-6900 for more information about ductless HVAC systems.
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