If you want to save monthly energy costs, and have the ability to regulate the temperature in specific rooms of your house, then a ductless air conditioning system is something you should consider looking into.
Also known as a mini-split system, A ductless air conditioning system doesn’t use ducts within the walls to distribute air. It sends refrigerant directly to multiple small air blowers, and removes heat individually throughout your home. They are a great choice for homes that require only a small space conditioning system, and they make a good fit for add-ons to homes with non-ducted heating systems.
The ductless air conditioners have an outdoor condenser that pumps cool air to the house. There also is an indoor unit that you will mount on a wall or the ceiling, which releases the cool air to the house, and then a conduit connects the two together. Another benefit to this, is that you only need a three-inch hole through a wall for the conduit to connect both the condenser and unit.
You can install a ductless system almost anywhere in the house; in the ceiling, floor, wall, but this will all depend on the area you wish to cool. This flexibility factor brings huge value, and each zone within the house will have its own thermostat, since the ductless system cools individual rooms. You will be able to save money and energy, because you only need to condition occupied places.
The ductless systems also have easier access than duct systems, because many offer a remote control to make it easier to turn the system on and off when it’s positioned high on a wall or ceiling. When your system is ductless, your home is bound to be cleaner and healthier with the air you breath.