What will the indoor unit on my ductless heat pump system look like on my living room wall?
I talk to many homeowners about a ductless heat pump as a solution to their heating and cooling needs. They are extremely efficient systems, that do a great job of heating and cooling a home. One question, and I would say the most frequent concern regarding ductless systems, is how is that thing going to look mounted on my wall? Manufacturer’s have conducted studies that show the average homeowner doesn’t notice the unit after 3 weeks of having it installed. It’s hard to convince someone that is the case, just by mentioning a study. After all, our heating systems here in the United States have traditionally been tucked away in a garage, basement, attic, or closet, not introduced as a focal point of our living room. I have seen how much people benefit from ductless heating systems, and the amount of money they can save, so I look at it from a different perspective. If you can hang something from the wall of your home, and it will pay you money every month, is it not worth it? A friend of mine, in conversation about ductless systems, said they are like an ATM in your house. What a perfect analogy! When you consider the amount of savings people are achieving on their heating costs, and you compare that to what the monthly payments typically work out to on a financed system, they really do pay you to be mounted there. In fact, it’s like having a low profile ATM that produces money for you, that doesn’t come from your bank account. Who wouldn’t want that? I will wrap this up by saying, what did people think about microwaves when they first started making their way into our kitchens? Kitchen counter top real estate is usually less abundant than wall space, but yet who doesn’t have a microwave sitting on their counter top now days? Why is this? Because it’s great technology that makes are lives better, and more convenient. If you would like to learn more about ductless heat pumps, and how they can save you money, and provide cooling for you during the summer, then contact us for a free consultation.