Ductless heat pump is ideal for master bedroom remodel

We recently enlarged the master bedroom in our home; We tore down some walls to combine the existing bedroom with an exterior back porch.

We needed to close in the porch, replace windows & add insulation, then one of the largest debates was over how to manage temperature control.

Our home is outfitted with a forced air oil furnace & central a/c. The ductwork doesn’t extend to the back porch area. Once both of us combined the bedroom & the porch, the number of supply vents were not adequate to manage consistent temperature control. Adding on to the ductwork would have been an especially invasive, extravagant & messy project. We hoped to find something a little more convenient, affordable & easy. I consulted with a local HVAC corporation who recommended the upgrade of a ductless mini split. This genre of system is especially compact & stretchy. It relies on an outdoor compressor connected by way of a narrowconduit to an indoor air handler that mounts up high on the wall. The indoor air handler combines both heating & cooling capacity & includes an independent thermostat. This allows us to customize the temperature in the master bedroom without affecting the rest of the house… Despite its small size & simplicity of upgrade, the ductless component is surprisingly powerful. It’s able to maintain ideal comfort no matter the severity of the outdoor weather. It handles sub zero conditions plus high heat & humidity. The heat pump operates legitimately quietly, effectively filters contaminants out of the air & is super energy efficient. It features something called inverter technology that automatically adjusts speed to meet decreasing demands & maximize cost savings.

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