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Ductless Heating Services in Idaho Falls, ID by Advanced Home Services
Ductless heating offers you the convenience of having a single system provide both heating and cooling for your home, as ductless heaters uses heat pump technology. Thanks to a component called a reversing valve, heat pumps can switch between heating and cooling, all with the touch of a button on your dual–mode thermostat. The heat is delivered via independent indoor blowers that mount flush to walls and ceilings, and they are connected to your outdoor unit by a conduit drilled into an exterior wall. Simply turn on your indoor blower and your heating process begins.
Because ductless systems can both heat and cool, they can suffer more wear and tear than separate heating and cooling systems do. As such, it’s important to have access to trained and certified experts, like the ones at Advanced Home Services, for repair, replacement and maintenance. If you are considering the installation of a ductless heater in the Idaho Falls, ID area, or need assistance with an existing one, give us a call today!
Advanced Home Services offers quality ductless heaters and provides ductless heating services in Idaho Falls, ID and the surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
The Key Component: The Reversing Valve
The reason a heat pump can both heat and cool while an air conditioner just cools lay in a component called the reversing valve. This valve can change the directional flow of the refrigerant in your heat pump system, and when the refrigerant changes direction, the mode (heating or cooling), also changes. The valve is cylindrical, and using a sliding mechanism to change the flow of the refrigerant. But as the homeowner, all you have to do to set the mode change in motion is press a button on your thermostat. Sometimes the valve can become stuck, at which time it will be necessary to call one of our experts for help. We are here for all of your ductless heating needs, so hesitate to contact us when need us.
Benefits of a Ductless Heating System
You already know that a ductless heater will also cool your home in Idaho Falls, ID, but here are some other benefits worth noting:
- Very good energy efficiency – heat pumps need only 25–50% of the electricity a whole home air conditioner uses to operate.
- No need for fossil fuels – if you have needed oil or natural gas in the past, you won’t with a ductless heater.
- No air loss from ductwork – faulty ductwork can account for up to 30% of your home’s total air loss; this won’t be an issue with a ductless heater.
We Provide Services for Ductless Heaters in Idaho Falls, ID
The best way to ensure that your ductless heating system provides the heating and other benefits you need and expect is to work only with trained and certified experts. Our heating specialists having been servicing ductless heaters for years, and we are here to assist you, too. If you are having issues with your ductless heater, or are looking for a new installation, call us today!
Ductless Mini Split Systems
Ductless mini split systems use refrigerant to move heat out of a home as it absorbs heat from the indoor air handler mounted on the wall. There may be several of these indoor air handlers in a home, and they can provide heat too. Refrigerant reverses to move heat into a home, not just out of it, and this works even in very low outdoor temperatures.