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Heating your home in the winter can get expensive, especially with the extremely low temperatures you’re likely to experience in New England. Here, the winters are harsh, and the temperatures drop so low it can take a lot of energy to keep your space warm. However, ductless heat pumps are one of the best ways to keep your home comfortable throughout the colder months.

A ductless heat pump can help to lower winter heating costs by offering energy-efficient heating throughout your home. Below, we’ll go over how these incredible ductless heating systems give your home superior comfort even in the coldest conditions.

How Does Ductless Heating Work?

Ductless heat pumps work by connecting an outdoor condenser unit to an indoor wall-mounted air handler with thin tubing. The tubing makes it easy to transfer the heated or cooled air from outside the home to the rooms that need it. The outdoor air condenser passes the air through a heat exchange coil to transfer the heat in the air outside to the inside of your home while pumping cold air out.

Unlike a forced air system, the ductless heat pumps don’t require ductwork so almost no energy is lost transferring the heated air. This makes them very efficient to operate and helps to save you money on your energy bills. Overall, ductless heating is one of the most energy efficient ways to heat you home.

What are the Energy Benefits of Ductless Heat Pumps?

One of the reasons ductless heat pumps are so energy efficient is that they use the heat that already exists in the air and transfers it to where it is needed. This design allows these heating and cooling units to operate very efficiently. Each ductless unit operates separately from the other units, which makes it easy to keep the rooms perfectly comfortable all year long.

Because these ductless units are so energy efficient, they offer energy savings! You can save up to 40% on energy bills when switching from a forced air system to ductless heat pumps.

Heating and Cooling with a Single Unit

As mentioned above, ductless heat pumps work both as high-quality heating units for keeping your space warm in the winter and energy-efficient air conditioners during the summer. Each ductless unit offers heating and cooling capabilities to give you a perfectly comfortable home all year round.

Zoned Heating and Cooling for Superior Control

Because each ductless unit is controlled separately from the others, it’s easy to create zones of comfort throughout your home. If you have a room that stays consistently colder during the winter, keep the ductless heat pump in that room set a few degrees higher than the others. Similarly, if your kitchen is regularly too hot, keep the ductless unit in that room set to a cooler temperature.

Having this amount of control over your home’s comfort will help you save money on energy bills throughout the year.

Better for the Environment

Not only can switching to ductless heat pumps help you to save money on your energy bill by heating and cooling your home all year long, but they are also good for the environment. Heating and cooling your home with ductless is one of the greenest ways to keep your home’s comfort level under control.

Additionally, because the ductless systems are so energy efficient, many homeowners can apply for rebates, incentives, and more when getting their new ductless system installed. Talk to your comfort specialist about the savings you could see by equipping your home with a new ductless heating system!

Is a Ductless Heat Pump Right for You?

Keeping your home comfortable in the winter doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune on your heating bills. If you’re looking for the perfect way to make your home comfortable throughout the year, a ductless heat pump system might be the solution.

Call today and talk to our comfort specialists about the benefits of switching to a ductless heating and cooling system for your home, condo, or apartment. We’ll design the ideal system for your comfort to help you save money and get more comfortable in your home.

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