My new home is harshly old, actually large plus has been remodeled multiple times.
The layout has been reconfigured with walls getting removed plus a screened in porch getting walled in.
The setup of the duct system hasn’t changed; Because of this, certain areas of the new home lack sufficient vents to maintain a comfortable temperature. There is 1 central thermostat for the entire house. If I raise the setting to accommodate the cold residing room or boiling kitchens, the rest of the new home gets way too boiling or cold. This also forces the heating system plus cooling system to work extra taxing plus use up a lot of energy. I’ve looked into zone control but the heating plus cooling system is simply too old. The cost of replacing everything is downright astronomical. I needed a way to target temperature control to particular rooms. After some research, I decided to install a ductless multi-chop system. This type of heat pump incorporates into the cabin without a sizable, messy plus invasive upgrade process. All it needs is numerous-inch holes in an exterior wall for the conduit that attachs the indoor air handlers with the outdoor compressor. An individual air handler mounts on the wall of the several rooms plus provides both heating plus cooling. Despite the compact size of the equipment, ductless systems are exceptionally powerful. The system is also appealingly clean, quiet plus energy efficient. I’m now able to adjust temperature through a cordless remote plus each room is perfectly comfortable. The ductless air handlers even combat excess humidity in the summer time plus filter contaminants out of the air.