Ductless AC in San Diego
The changing weather now more than ever justifies the idea of Ductless AC in San Diego! Given that many older homes don’t have AC, a ductless mini split air conditioning system makes perfect sense in San Diego this summer season. The main reason is that Ductless systems DON’T require air ducts at all. How’s that for simplicity?
Technology has improved so much in recent years it only makes sense that comfort systems have as well. In San Diego, the weather has become more and more hot and humid. Many homes don’t have ac, hvac, or any type of air conditioning system at all. A good example of whole communities that don’t have air conditioning systems are the areas of North Park, South Park, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, Pacific Beach, Spring Valley, La Mesa, Granite Hills, La Jolla, Imperial Beach, Coronado, Chula Vista, and many other San Diego neighborhoods.
If you live in one of these areas, chances are you have suffered the heat and humidity at least more than a few times in recent years. Some customers have tried the “penguin type” systems that plug into the wall and have a long tubular hose. WIth this type of system, you have to keep your window open to exhaust the heat. This leaves a big opening for dirt, dust, insects, or intruders to get into your home or space.
Get your Windows BACK!
A Ductless AC in San Diego makes more sense because it doesn’t use your window or need to have an opening at all times. (See Window unit vs Ductless) A Ductless AC is mounted on the wall securely with a metal bracket. But by the end of the installation, none of the connections can be seen at all. NO Exposure to the outside elements!
Ductless AC systems have been installed by B Air Ductless mini splits since 2006. There are literally hundreds of system installed all over San Diego.
Some people don’t know there are options for comfortable living available at an affordable price. These are good questions and answers for typical concerns people may have in deciding whether or not a ductless system is right for them. FAQ’s here
The outside condensing units are quiet and very slim so they sit out of the way. Even on condos, they can sit on the balcony or tied to the wall. So, there is no reason why you can’t feel comfortable all year round in San Diego at all. Try one for any space….you’ll be glad you did.