3 Reasons to Choose a Ductless HVAC System

by | Mar 14, 2019 | Blog

Ductless or mini-split HVAC systems have one or more indoor units connected to an outdoor compressor. They’re available with a range of convenient features, including programmable thermostats and remote controls. You can choose indoor units that attach to your home’s walls or models that hang from your ceilings. Here are some compelling reasons to consider a ductless HVAC system for your Round Rock, Texas, home:


If the ductless system you decide on has more than one indoor unit, you can use zoning. Different family members can set the devices nearest to them at different temperatures. That way, you can avoid arguments about the most comfortable temperature. You can also customize the temperature in your area or zone instead of using blankets or portable fans.

A ductless system can help you keep bad smells or common household contaminants such as dust, pet dander, pollen and dirt from spreading as well. With these types of HVAC systems, pollutants will never linger in ducts or spread through them. Better indoor air quality can help you and your family avoid sore throats, runny noses, rashes, eye irritation and other health issues.


Without ducts, your HVAC system won’t need to push conditioned air through ductwork. You won’t lose any hot or cold air through leaks. As a result, you can conserve power and lower your utility bills. If your system uses zoning, you can also save energy by turning the air or heat in unoccupied zones down or off.


An expert from Cool Cat AC & Heating can install a ductless system in as little as a few hours. You won’t have to spend any of your time or money getting ducts designed or connected. Maintaining or repairing ductwork will never be necessary. As a result, you’ll save on duct cleaning or repair costs.

Cool Cat AC & Heating has more than a decade of HVAC experience. We can help you find the ideal ductless HVAC system for your family. For quality service from our knowledgeable service technicians, call us anytime at (512) 775-2591.

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