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Can I Save Money With Ductless A/C?

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When most people think of an air conditioner, they either think of bulky window units or big central air systems. But there’s a third home cooling option that may just be the most cost-effective solution for you: a ductless air conditioning system.

Ductless (or “mini-split”) systems include two components: an indoor air handler and an outdoor compressor, which connect via thin tubing through an exterior wall. A single compressor can power multiple air handlers of different sizes, giving you a wide range of possible configurations that can be mixed and matched to meet the cooling needs of your home.

Four ways a ductless A/C could save you money

Why are ductless systems such a great option for energy- and cost-conscious homeowners? Four big reasons:

The bottom line

With high efficiency operation and oodles of flexibility, a ductless system can be a great option for many Staten Island or New Jersey homes. Yet despite all these advantages, ductless isn’t the ideal option for every home: if your current house already has a large ventilation system installed, for example, switching to ductless probably doesn’t make much financial sense.

However, for homes that have recently been expanded or have rooms outside the main house, a ductless system could be ideal. Simply mount the air handler, connect it to the compressor, and you’re ready to go with A/C for your sunroom, home office, workshop, garage, or guesthouse.

If you aren’t running ductless yet, you could be missing out on savings – especially now: for a limited time, install one Fujitsu electric indoor ductless mini-split head and you’ll get the second one FREE!* Contact Rucci today to learn more about ductless mini-split installations in NJ or SI.

* Offer valid for one standard heat pump compressor, with 2 Fujitsu electric ductless mini-split heads. Rucci will deduct the cost of one A/C head unit when installation of both units is done at the same time; anticipated value: $1,250