Air conditioning is an essential part of your home. Without an efficient AC unit, you, your family, and your guests will be uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are more cooling system options than ever before.
For this blog, we’ll focus on the ductless mini-split vs. central air conditioning debate.
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First, let’s examine the mini-split AC. A mini-split air conditioning unit has two parts.
One is an outdoor unit that compresses the air from the outside of your home. Then, it funnels it to the interior of your home. The other component is the indoor unit which filters and releases the air into your home. They are an easy heating and cooling system for contractors to install.
Depending on your heating or cooling needs, you may benefit from a ductless mini-split AC. If you are looking at cooling a select few areas of your home, a mini-split will accomplish that nicely. Similarly, if you live in a less sizable house with only a few rooms, this cooling machine will work wonders for you.
Central Air Conditioning
Another popular form of AC in the Toronto area is central air conditioning. Central AC has some similarities to ductless mini-splits.
Firstly, it also has two components, and the components serve the same functions. However, central air differs because it spreads cool air throughout your entire house using a ventilation system. Naturally, central AC is more expensive than mini-split units.
There are several benefits to central air conditioning. To start, it creates more space in your house as everything operates through vents. There’s no sizable unit taking up space in your window or on your wall. Plus, it increases the value of your home if you are looking to sell soon.
When debating a mini-split vs. central air conditioner, you must determine your cooling needs. If you live in a home without much space, it doesn’t make sense to install a central AC.
Similarly, if you only want an AC in your bedroom or living room, ductless mini-splits make more sense.
If you’re looking to cool the entirety of your home, central air conditioning is your best bet. Toronto homeowners with multi-story houses and sizable families tend to opt for central AC as it is hard for smaller units to cool more than one room at a time.
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Temp-a-sure’s contractor team can install, repair, and provide maintenance services for all types of air conditioners. If you are looking to install a mini-split or central AC , schedule an appointment today.
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