Is Your Brownstone Getting Too Hot? It May Be Time for a Ductless Mini-Split System

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Summer has started heating up our Brooklyn community. If your classic Brownstone or other historic home does not have central air conditioning, you may have already started suffering from hot temperatures.

Or you may have resorted to a noisy window unit air conditioner. This may not be cooling your home or could be running up your utility bills.

If so, it may be time to consider a ductless mini-split air conditioning system from your Brooklyn air conditioning experts at Petri Plumbing & Heating. Continue reading to learn more about ductless mini-split systems, including their many benefits, or simply reach out to our AC pros today!

Ductless mini-split systems have many benefits. They are quiet, can be tucked away in inconspicuous locations and run more efficiently than other AC types. They are also perfect for homes where a traditional HVAC system cannot be installed.

Ductless mini-splits work in a similar way to central HVAC systems but on a smaller scale and without running ductwork throughout the home. Because of this, many times these systems can be installed within one day.

As Brooklyn’s green plumbers, Petri believes that sustainability is a big deal. Mini-split systems maximize efficiency. Since they are based on heat pump technology, they use less electricity than many HVAC systems and are far more efficient than window units.

They also do not require major renovation. Therefore, you don’t need permission from the city’s planning commission to run ductwork or plan extensive structural alterations.

Ductless mini-splits are also compact. This feature provides you with the flexibility to place them where they will be the most effective but out of the way.

Help from the Brooklyn AC Experts

So, if you’re trying to beat the heat efficiently, want to avoid noisy window units and don’t want to damage your home’s integrity, call the Brooklyn air conditioning experts at Petri today to request a consultation.

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