Keep Comfortable with a Ductless A/C This Fall

Fall has made its way to New England, and soon the nights will be cooling down in Massachusetts. Are you ready to start prepping for colder temperatures? If you spend a lot of time at home, you want your home to be a comfortable space.. Maybe the weather is not quite cold enough to turn on the heating system—maybe you’re not ready to start burning fuel yet. There is an alternative if you don’t want to be turning your heater on and off or running it too early in the season. Ductless A/Cs are a great addition to the home, especially during fall. They have the ability to both heat and cool rooms, and installation is easy.
Winter Home Warmth

What Is a Ductless Mini-Split A/C?

Ductless mini-split A/C systems consist of one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units that work together to efficiently distribute cool or warm air throughout your living space. The indoor units can be affixed to any interior wall, and the system does not require ductwork to operate. This makes ductless mini-split systems a favorite for homes without central forced-air heating systems. They are sleek, unobtrusive, and have advanced features like whisper-quiet operation and remote control.

Cold Weather Benefits of Ductless Mini-Splits

Want home comfort equipment that works all year round? Look no further. See below for all the benefits ductless A/Cs have in the fall and winter.

Heat when the seasons change

Temperatures vary a lot throughout the fall in New England, and we know you don’t want to start using up your fuel until the forecast predicts consistently cold weather. Ductless heat pumps can provide supplementary heat on those chilly nights before it’s time to use your central heating system.

Supplement your central heating system

Many homeowners in Massachusetts use their ductless mini-split system together with their oil heating system. Doing this can help alleviate high fuel costs and heating bills in the fall and winter.

Keep hard-to-reach rooms warm

Does your home have rooms without baseboard heat or rooms not connected to your duct system? With a ductless mini-split, you can warm spaces that your home’s primary heating system has trouble reaching, such as attics, additions, or in-law apartments.

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Contact Surner Heating for Ductless Mini-Split A/C Installs

Surner Heating is proud to install and service ductless mini-split A/C and heat pumps for our customers in the Western Massachusetts area. If you think a ductless heat pump would be a good fit for your home, contact us today!