How does a ductless system work?

Two-way heats pumps use electricity to transfer heat between outdoor and indoor air by compressing and expanding refrigerant. The refrigerant vapor compression cycle collects heat from outside and deliver it inside the house on the heating cycle, and the opposite on the cooling cycle.

How much does a ductless system cost?

For a single indoor heating/cooling head, the average cost of an installed ductless system is between $3,000 – $5,000.

Are ductless systems energy efficiency?

Yes, they use 25% – 50% less energy than baseboard, wall and ceiling heat or electric forced-air furnaces. 

Are rebates available for ductless systems?

Yes, many utility companies will provide customers with up to $400 back per a ton. Click here, for more details.

How much maintenance does a ductless system require?

Basic maintenance like keeping indoor filters and outdoor coils clean is required to ensure optimum performance.