ductless HVAC systemIf you’re considering having a ductless HVAC system installed and are worried about the price, you’re in the right place.

It’s true that purchasing a ductless HVAC system may set you back more than you’d like, but have you considered how much money it can actually save you?

Or, more importantly, how much your current and inefficient system is costing you?

You’ve probably heard of some of the following ways ductless HVAC systems save you money, but some may be quite surprising. Grab your calculator and read on to watch the savings add up.

Ductless HVAC Systems Work Efficiently and Reduce Energy Costs

We’ve already mentioned that your traditional system, whether a whole-home HVAC or an in-room air conditioning unit, operates inefficiently and expensively. Just by installing a ductless HVAC system in your home, you can save as much as 40% on your power bill each month. And that’s without additional efficiency and energy reduction practices that will further increase your savings.

Since ductless systems are designed to work in zones, you’ll also be reducing your energy consumption and bill by only heating and cooling the rooms that need it. This means you won’t be trying to keep the spare room comfortable daily when you only use it twice a month for game nights.

Ductless HVAC Systems Have Low Failure Rates

Ductless HVAC systems are a good investment because you don’t have to worry about as many repair costs and failure issues as you do with traditional units. Fewer things can go wrong and when they do, the cost is typically less than repairs you incur with other units.

In fact, ductless mini-split HVAC systems are known for their reliability and easy maintenance – two main reasons homeowners make the switch. At Irish Heating and Air, we only work with high-quality, reputable manufacturers to make sure you get the best equipment in your home.

Ductless HVAC Systems Save on Installation Costs

While the units can be a little pricey, you’ll save a lot of money when it comes down to installation and additional supplies. You won’t have to purchase the ductwork and additional parts that are needed with a traditional HVAC system. What’s more is that a ductless system won’t require any major home renovation or installation process that further increases the cost of installation.

You’ll save on materials, installation, and labor when you choose a ductless mini-split system. You may also be able to take advantage of rebates and tax credits that will help offset your purchase price. Keep in mind that a ductless system offers both heating and cooling, so you won’t need a separate furnace or boiler and air conditioning. It’s taken care of in one unit.

If you’re interested in learning more about ductless HVAC systems and how they can save you money, contact us today. Our team of experts will be happy to discuss your options, answer any questions you have, and help you choose a ductless mini-split that’s right for your family.