Dewees HVAC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Ductleass Split Air Conditioners’

What to Do When Your Ductless Unit Has Airflow Problems

Monday, August 28th, 2023

Ductless air conditioners allow you to have full control over the cooling zones in your home, and that granular control can help you finally get along with others in your home who have very different ideas of what’s comfortable and what’s freezing cold. But they’re not perfect, and airflow problems happen.

If you run into airflow problems, it almost always leads to ductless HVAC repair. But before it does, you can follow what’s on this list to hopefully resolve the issue before it escalates to a repair call.

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Why a Ductless System Might Be Ideal for Your Home

Monday, March 13th, 2023

An online search for “mini split air conditioner near me” may have brought you to this page, which means you’ve already given some thought to installing one of these HVAC systems for your home. 

We don’t know what other type of research you’ve already done into ductless mini systems, but we’d like to go over some of the ways a ductless system might be the right one for your needs. 

Before we do that, we want to clarify what type of system we’re talking about.

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Are Ductless Mini Splits Effective for Home Heating?

Monday, December 5th, 2022

You probably had your first introduction to ductless mini splits when you saw the air handler for one hanging on the wall of a restaurant, bar, or other commercial establishment.

These HVAC systems have been popular in homes in Japan and Europe since the 1980s, but they made their first inroads in the US in businesses. Now they’re beginning to enter US household use as well. You may be in a position where you’re considering mini split ductless systems in Jacksonville, AR as a potential installation for your house.

People who are new to ductless mini splits have many questions about them, and we’re going to answer one of the most common here: “Can a ductless mini split work as an effective home heating system?”

The answer is…


Okay, maybe you want more info than that. Let’s get into the details below.

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