Looking for a cost-effective way to keep your Eastman, Georgia, home comfortable year-round? Find out how multi-split heat pumps work and learn why this type of system could be ideal for your home.

No Ductwork Means Easy Installation

The first thing you should know about multi-split heat pumps is that they don’t require ductwork. The outdoor unit only needs a conduit to connect to the indoor units.

That means installing a new multi-split system is a breeze, even if your home has no ductwork in place. In fact, we can have your new multi-split heat pump up and running in a few hours.

Zoned Heating and Cooling

One of the biggest positives of a multi-split system is that it creates heating and cooling zones throughout your home. A system like the Infinity Ductless Multi-Zone Heat Pump 38GJQ/40GJ can support up to five indoor units, allowing you to program different temperature settings for different areas of your home.

Keep It Compact or Plan For an Expansion

You might only need two or three indoor units now, but that doesn’t mean you won’t want to heat or cool additional zones in the future. Many multi-split systems allow you to add extra ports during installation, so you can meet greater HVAC needs later without investing in a new system.

Efficient Climate Control In Any Type of Weather

While ductless air conditioners only provide cooling power, a system like the Performance Ductless Multi-Zone Heat Pump 38MGQ/40MB offers both heating and cooling to multiple zones throughout your home. That means you can depend on a multi-split system to keep your energy consumption low, keeping your family comfortable in any type of weather.

Whether you’re ready to schedule a new system installation or want to learn more about your HVAC options, we’re here to help. Call the HVAC experts at Pruett Air Conditioning today at 478-298-4115.

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