“You need to have a clear understanding of HVAC systems, and their functions, to know which one would be ideal for you. Taking into account crucial factors, such as the property’s layout, location, and specific needs, is also an excellent idea when choosing an HVAC system. Common HVAC system types include:
- Split Air Conditioning and Heating: With versatile ceiling and floor units; Split HVAC systems are perfect for air conditioning specific areas of a building. Split HVACs are great for non-commercial, personal use.
- Multi-Split Air Conditioning and Heating: Multi-Split systems provide end-users with the option of choosing from a variety of configurations, such as ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted, and floor-standing units. The diverse variations allow for zone-wise customization of each unit in a multi-split HVAC system.
- Ducted Air Conditioning and Heating: Ducted HVAC systems are ideally suited for large homes and businesses. Using ductwork installed in the ceiling, the energy-efficient system delivers the same degree of comfort to every corner of a building.”
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What system to choose ultimately comes down to what the property type is, its layout, and your budget. A multi-split or a multi-zone system is an excellent choice if you’d like to control temperatures in different rooms or parts of your building. Although, the installation cost will be a big factor and may not be feasible for everyone.
At Temperature Control Specialities we offer ductless systems for both single and multi-zone use. Call us at (317) 247-7663 and tell us about your home or office building so we can advise and recommend a proper HVAC solution.