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What is the ideal location in your home for a gas furnace?

As homeowners here in Albuquerque know all too well, winter nights here in northern New Mexico can be downright frosty. This is why many homes here rely on a gas or electric furnace for their winter comfort. These furnaces are typically located in a basement, attic, garage, or utility closet. We often get questions from our customers about whether or not the furnace location matters and what places in the home a furnace can be installed. In this article, we’ll review that topic in greater depth and discuss the ideal location in your home for a gas or electric furnace.

Every home is different. If your Albuquerque or Santa Fe home needs a new furnace this winter, you should give us a call. At Wagner, we offer free in-home estimates on energy-efficient and reliable Daikin heating systems. We can match your home to the right furnace and identify the best place in your home to install it.

The ideal furnace location in a home is an semi-enclosed space with enough air supply for the unit.What is the best place for a furnace?

How do furnaces work?

First, let’s review how forced-air heating systems work. The process starts when the furnace pulls room temperature air in the home into the system. Using natural gas, the furnace transfers heat energy to the air through the heat exchanger.

In an electric furnace, the air is pushed past heating elements, but the principle is the same. The blower fan unit then pushes this heated air through the air ducts of your home. The heated air comes out of vents and registers in the rooms of your home, raising the temperature. During this process, the furnace releases ignition byproducts through a vent to the outside air.

What are the factors to consider when choosing a location for the furnace?

Based on this description, there are already some basic needs that need to be accounted for when installing a furnace:

  • Air Intake: The furnace needs to be placed where there is fresh air circulation available.
  • Energy Intake: The furnace needs to be located somewhere in your home where there is either a natural gas line connection or sufficient electrical connection.
  • Venting: The furnace needs to be installed where there is either a pre-existing furnace vent or the capacity to install one in the ceiling.
  • Adequate Space: For obvious reasons, the furnace needs to physically fit into the footprint of that space. However, it’s also important that the furnace has adequate space around it for a technician to address repair and maintenance needs.

Where are furnaces commonly installed?

This unique set of needs means that, in most homes, the architect or build already designated a space for a furnace. The most common places where furnaces are placed include:

  • Basements: In homes that have them, basements are the perfect place for a furnace. The system is kept out of the way but also has adequate space and airflow. The only provision here is that the furnace should be elevated off the ground to protect it against potential basement flooding.
  • Garages: Many furnaces are placed in garages. In many new builds, the garage is designed with a special “alcove” that holds the furnace without sacrificing space for parking vehicles.
  • Utility Rooms: Some homes—especially those without basements or garages—have a specialized room in the center of the house that holds the furnace and water heater.
  • Larger laundry rooms: For reasons we will review below, furnaces and other major appliances cannot coexist in too limited of a space. However, in homes with a larger laundry room, the furnace may be placed there.
  • Attics: In homes with limited space, the furnace can be installed in the attic.

However, not every home has a pre-existing designated space for a system. Older or historic homes, for instance, often featured much smaller heating systems than the modern ones we install today. As a result, their designated space for a furnace is often no longer a good fit, which means that an HVAC professional will need to vet out a different space in the home.

Other furnace location considerations

Furnaces generate heat—and lots of it. So do water heaters, washers, and dryers. Too much heat in one confined space can lead to problems. As tempting as it might be to put all these appliances into one laundry closet (provided there’s enough physical room), you could run into overheating problems down the road.

As a general rule of thumb, every cubit foot of natural gas burned by a gas furnace requires 15 cubic feet of air for intake and 15 cubic feet of air for the dilution of gas byproducts. A Daikin DM97MC Whole-House Gas Furnace, for instance, is capable of generating up to 140,000 BTU per-hour. Since one cubic foot of gas is equal to 1,000 BTUs, this means that it uses 140 cubic feet of gas per-hour at its highest speed or 2.3 feet of gas per minute. This means this system needs about 70 cubic feet of air every minute.

If the furnace has to compete against a clothes dryer that also needs fresh air, there may not be enough air intake in a small closet for both systems to use. For the gas furnace, this can result in two outcomes:

  • First, the furnace will not be able to complete the combustion process as intended, which can lead to the buildup of dangerous carbon monoxide gas.
  • Second, the inadequate air supply could lead to backdraft gases being sent into the home.

Conclusions

To prevent either of these things from happening, a furnace installation professional needs to:

  1. Take measurements of the home to find the right-sized gas or electric furnace.
  2. Using that furnace’s air supply needs, ensure that the planned space for the furnace has an adequate air supply.
  3. Calculate that needed air supply against the air supply needs of other appliances and vents.

Have your furnace installed by professionals

There is a direct correlation between the quality of furnace installation and the efficiency and safety of the system. An experienced, factory-trained contractor is the best person to install a new gas or electric furnace the right way, and will also be able to advise you on what spaces of your home have adequate ventilation, physical footprint, and gas / electrical connections for the furnace unit.

In Albuquerque and Santa Fe, Wagner is your locally trusted team for furnace installation. We’re a Daikin Comfort Pro Dealer, and our experienced technicians are gas and electric furnace installation professionals. We’re proud to bring the very best service and products to your home.

To get a free in-home estimate on a new Daikin gas or electric furnace, contact our team today.

The 4 signs you need heating repair in Albuquerque this winter

Winter nights here in Albuquerque can get chilly. It’s important to have a working furnace or heat pump in your home. However, problems do happen. In this blog, we’ll review the most prominent signs you need heating repair from the professionals at Wagner.

Need to contact our team? Give us a call at (505) 884-2822 or contact us online.

The 4 signs you need heating repair

Here are four of the most common signs that you need heating repair for your furnace or heat pump:

This winter, look out for the signs you need heating repair.1. Frequent system cycling

This doesn’t refer to your furnace taking a bicycle tour around Albuquerque. “Cycling” is when your furnace or heat pump is constantly turning on-and-off in rapid succession. This not only wastes energy, but can lead to extra wear-and-tear on your system. There are multiple causes for cycling, and it’s important to call in an expert technician to inspect your system.

Furnaces and heat pumps may have cycling issues because they’re too large for your home (this is why professional heating installation is so important!) or because you have thermostat issues that are leading to your furnace getting the wrong temperature reading.

2. Your furnace or heat pump is making strange sounds

We wrote about this last month, and that’s because strange noises are one of the most reliable indicators that you need furnace repair. If you hear something that isn’t right, trust your instincts and call Wagner out for a furnace or heat pump inspection.

Never ignore strange noises, or try to “tough” them out through the rest of the season. Doing so can lead to irreparable damage to your furnace or heat pump, leading to the new need for an entirely new system. Instead, contact the pros at Wagner.

3. You’re experiencing system performance issues

If you have a working furnace or heat pump, it should be able to get your home to the temperature you’ve set on your thermostat. If it struggles to do so, then something is probably wrong. It’s not just a matter of comfort: issues with performance can indicate that your furnace or heating system is on the verge of a full breakdown.

First, see if hot air is coming out of the registers or vents in your home. If it’s not, or your system is blowing cold air, that’s your first indicator that something is wrong. Our technicians can determine if that “something” is the system itself or something off with your ducts.

4. Strange odors or other visual problems with the system

Your furnace or heat pump should not produce a strong, burning smell. Nor should it have a musty or moldy odor. If it is, that indicates that something is wrong, and that you need a professional tech to look at your system.

Every home that has a furnace needs to keep carbon monoxide detectors up-to-date with fresh batteries during the winter. Over time, a furnace’s heat exchanger can develop small cracks that can possibly release carbon monoxide into your home, putting you and your family in danger. If you suspect something is wrong with your heat exchanger, turn everything off and call Wagner.

Never try to remain your own furnace or heat pump

There are many things in your home that are suitable for DIY projects, from building a coffee table to painting your kitchen cabinets. Furnace repair is not one of them. Never attempt to repair your own furnace or heat pump.

Not only could you make the problem worse, you could cause permanent damage to the system and—even worse—possibly put yourself at risk of electrocution or carbon monoxide poisoning. Always call a professional HVAC technician when there are signs you need heating repair.

Your heating professionals in Albuquerque and Santa Fe

When you need fast, reliable heating repair this winter — or when you observe the signs you need heating repair — contact the team at Wagner. We’ve been serving Albuquerque and Santa Fe for decades, and we’re proud of our commitment to our customers.

Fall heating maintenance: Here’s what Wagner looks for during a checkup

When the temperatures drop at night here in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, you’ll know that it’s time to schedule fall heating maintenance with the team at Wagner.

We’ve previously written about the importance of furnace maintenance, and how taking proactive steps by scheduling a checkup of the heating system during the fall is a good idea. Not only will a routine checkup result in reduced energy bills, it will also reduce the chances of potential problems during the winter that require costly repairs.

Call Wagner for your fall heating maintenance today!

Our fall heating maintenance includes a thorough checkup

In this blog post, we’ll run through the main items of our fall heating maintenance checklist. Here are just a few of the things that we look at when you call us out to your home for a heating checkup.

1. We examine your gas connections

A lot of homes have gas heaters. Improper gas connections represent a great fire hazard. They can also result in gas leakage that will increase your utility bills. That’s why we thoroughly inspect your furnace’s gas connections during our routine fall heating checkup.

2. We check gas pressure

Gas pressure is another important thing to check during a heating checkup. High gas pressure is a great hazard that will not just damage the furnace but will also result in bursting of the gas pipe. The experienced technicians at Wagner use specialized equipment to check the gas pressure, and take appropriate actions to resolve the issue.

3. Wagner cleans the gas burner

Your gas burner gets dirty over time and needs to be cleaned. Not cleaning the gas burner will result in energy-inefficient operation. It can also cause serious damage to the heater. That’s why it’s essential to call Wagner for a furnace checkup, so that we can clean the gas burner before the system damages itself.

4. We check the fan belt

The inspection of the fan belt by a trusted professional is an important aspect of fall heating maintenance. The fan belt will be inspected to check for signs of fraying and cracks. Also, we examine the tension of the belt by pushing down in the belt’s center. The belt will be tightened, in case it deflates by about an inch.

5. We inspect the air filter

The air filter also needs to be checked during your fall heating maintenance. The filter prevents dirt and dust to enter the system. It becomes clogged over time and must be cleaned or replaced. This is important to ensure efficient operation of the heating system.

Call Wagner to schedule your heating checkup

If you reside in New Mexico, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque, or surrounding areas, you should contact us here at Wagner for the inspection and maintenance of your heating system. Reach us at (505) 884-2822 or contact us online.

On Vs Auto: Which Is The Better Furnace Thermostat Setting?

Better Furnace Thermostat SettingMost new gas furnace thermostat features different controls for fan control. The thermostat setting that you select have a direct influence on the heating bills. You can save hundreds of dollars just by using the right thermostat settings in the home.

One aspect of the thermostat setting that most people get confused about is the ‘On’ and ‘Auto’ settings.

Should you set the fan to ‘on’ or ‘auto’? Which one is the better furnace thermostat setting?

In this article, we will look at the pros and cons of each so that you can decide for yourself which one is the right setting for the home furnace. Need more advice? Contact the professional team at Wagner Mechanical!

The pros and cons of the ‘On’ thermostat setting

Setting the thermostat settings to ‘On’ keeps the fan running at all times. When the fan is kept running, the air is pulled through the in-built filtration system that keeps it clean. In addition, keeping the fan running will result in fewer starts and stops of the fan thereby reducing the risk of a malfunction.

The major disadvantage of keeping the fan running is that it jacks up the heating bills. Unless variable speed motor is installed, it will cost you as much as $50 per month to keep the fun running 24/7. Another con of keeping the fan running constantly is that the air filter will tend to clog up quickly due to which you will have to change the filter frequently.

Also, when the fan is running, you will feel cold air coming from the vents. While the temperature of the air will be similar to that of the space heater, it will feel cold when compared to your body temperature.

The pros and cons of the ‘auto’ thermostat setting

The ‘Auto’ thermostat function will make the fan run according to your specified settings. The fan can be controlled through a timer circuit inside the unit. Generally, the auto setting will start the furnace fan about half a minute after the burner is lit. The fan is turned off about a minute after the desired temperature is reached.

The main benefit of setting the thermostat to ‘Auto’ is that it will result in more energy efficient usage. This is because the fan will run only when it’s required. Also, the air filter will need to be changed or cleaned less frequently when the thermostat setting is set to ‘Auto’.

However, more starts and stops will mean that the fan will wear out more quickly. In addition, it will result in the less efficient distribution of heat inside the room.

Conclusion

The above discussion will make it clear to you whether ‘On’ or ‘Auto’ thermostat setting is right for you. If you want to keep the energy bills low, you should set the thermostat to ‘Auto’. However, if you prefer more even distribution of heat inside the house, it’s better that you set the thermostat setting to ‘On’.

Call Wagner with all your thermostat questions

If you want more information about furnace repair and installation tips from certified and professional technicians in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico., you can contact Wagner Mechanical.

Here’s Why Professional Furnace Servicing Matters

Importance of a Furnace Tune-UpProfessional furnace servicing should be your top priority as it will ensure that the heater runs smoothly during cold months.

You should have the heater serviced regularly if you want to avoid the prospect of emergency system breakdown during the middle of the winter months.

If you haven’t serviced your heating system for more than a year, it’s absolutely necessary that you call the professionals at Wagner Mechanical for a furnace tune up.

Here are just some of the benefits of scheduling a furnace tune-up:

1. Lower energy bills

The foremost benefit of regular furnace tune up is that it will keep the energy bills down. The furnace will operate efficiently without drawing extra power when it is serviced regularly. The reduced energy bill will result in great savings over the long run.

2. Fewer emergency repairs

Another great benefit of regular system service is that you will have to face fewer repairs. An experienced technician will be able to detect and resolve problems that may cause major damage to the system.

The regular inspection, lubrication, and cleaning during the annual maintenance will result in smooth operation and require fewer repairs. Seasonal maintenance of the system will ensure optimum heat throughout the winter season without any breakdowns.

3. An improved lifespan

During your professional furnace servicing, the technician will clean the burner assembly, adjust the ignition assembly, examine the heat exchanger, and perform necessary repairs. This will ensure that the system works optimally for longer period of time.

With regular servicing, the furnace can last for up to 20 years, resulting in great cost savings for you in the long run.

4. Improved heating

A regular tune-up of the furnace will also ensure improved heating of the room. The system will perform at optimum levels. You are less likely to face the prospect of cold spots inside the house as the heater will ensure that the heat is optimally distributed throughout the room.

In the end, a regular furnace tune-up will bring you lots of benefits. Your system will operate efficiently without breaking down resulting in reduced energy bills and repair costs. Regular tune up in short will keep your family warm and cozy throughout the frigid cold winter months.

Call Wagner for regular furnace servicing

You must select experienced and certified technicians for annual furnace tune up. Certified technicians can perform the job professionally and competently. For annual furnace maintenance in Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico, you can contact Wagner Mechanical with confidence.

We are proud to be the oldest and most trusted heating and cooling company in New Mexico. We have a team of certified technicians that can offer comprehensive furnace tune up services to you.

3 signs that you should replace your furnace

Is your furnace more than a decade old? Even if you don’t have to rush out and replace your furnace tomorrow, now might be time to start thinking about an eventual upgrade. However, it might be a good idea to replace your furnace before that final breakdown. Here are three signs that you should replace your furnace before it finally breaks.

Replace your furnace with Wagner

Has your furnace been struggling to keep up with your heating demands? It might be time to upgrade.

#1. Poor energy efficiency

If you’ve noticed a spike in your monthly winter energy bills without a significant increase in how much heat you’re using in your home, it could be a sign that your furnace is becoming less energy efficient with age. As a general rule, most furnaces begin to lose their efficiency as they pass a decade in age, and are inefficient by the 15-year mark. Naturally, an annual furnace tune-up from the pros at Wagner can help you get the most out of your system, but even our expertise can’t turn back the clock completely.

Here’s another thing to consider: today’s furnaces are far more energy efficient than their predecessors, meaning that upgrading to a new furnace could save you a decent chunk of money monthly this winter. If your furnace has begun the downward spiral in energy efficiency, consider calling Wagner and requesting your free in-home furnace estimate. Also, weigh the costs of a new furnace against what you might pay extra in energy.

#2. Poor heating performance

After all, the entire reason you own a furnace is to have a comfortable home during the winter. If your aging furnace isn’t getting the job done, it might be time to trade it out for a furnace that will.

Older furnaces can struggle to heat your home. The continued wear of heating your home for a decade or more worth of winters can result in your furnace working harder to create even less heating than it did when it was new. If you’re experiencing hot and cold spots in your home, it could be a sign that your furnace is struggling to maintain the temperature throughout your entire home. Another symptom of an underperforming furnace is that it’s constantly running, but the temperature in your home only goes up very slowly.

Needless to say, a new furnace will perform better than an aging one: not only is it fresh out of the box, but it also is able to take advantage of years of HVAC innovation in the areas of energy efficiency, performance, and noise reduction.

#3. Continual repair needs

Do you feel like your older furnace is becoming a bottomless money pit, and that you’ve constantly been pouring money into repairs? If so, you should consider the costs of all those repairs. After all, constant furnace repairs can really start to add up. Even if those costs don’t exceed the cost of a new furnace, it’s money that you wouldn’t have to have spent with the new system that you eventually would need to upgrade to, anyway.

At some point, you’ll need to decide between furnace repair and replacement. Of course, nothing beats a professional coming to your house to give you advice about your specific situation. Give us a call to schedule a furnace inspection.

Wagner Mechanical can replace your furnace

At Wagner, we’re furnace installation experts. Our NATE-certified technicians are true professionals with years of experience installing advanced heating systems in hundreds of homes right here in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We offer free in-home estimates on new HVAC systems, and we back all of our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

If you’ve decided to replace your furnace, give us a call at (505) 884-2822 or contact us.

Furnace repair versus replacement

It’s a cold winter night, and you’ve just heard a terrible sound in your attic. It was the sound of your furnace dying, and now you’re faced with a choice between furnace repair versus replacement. In other words, do you choose to have the professional team at Wagner revive your current furnace or is it better to just cut your losses and have Wagner install a new one.

Every situation—and furnace—is different, and resolving the furnace repair versus replacement debate will require a certified professional technician inspecting your heating system and providing you with details. However, in this blog post, we’ll review some things to think about if you’re debating between having your furnace repaired or just getting a new one.

No matter what you decide, Wagner is here to help. To get started with either a furnace repair or new furnace estimate, give us a call at (505) 884-2822. We serve the Albuquerque and Santa Fe metro areas.

Furnace Repair Versus Replacement DebateUpgrade to save on repair costs

No one plans on having their furnace break down. It just happens, but it’s often unexpected, and the cost of repair can be surprising. If your furnace is more than 10 years old, any manufacturer’s warranty it might have once had has probably since expired, meaning that you’re on the hook for any and all repair costs. To make matters more complicated, with an older furnace, there’s no guarantee that something else unrelated to the first problem might break down the road, or even in the same season.

In contrast, a new furnace is not only far less likely to break down, but most new systems—including those installed by the professional team at Wagner—come with a manufacturer’s warranty protecting parts and labor. If something does go wrong, you’ll be covered in most cases. Over time, the cost of repairing an older furnace can add up to the cost of just replacing it with a new one. But, that’s not the only place where your older system can be stealing money from you.

Upgrade to save on your energy bills

For good reason, many of us think that it’s a good idea to keep using things until they break for good. For example, you wouldn’t throw away a toaster oven that keeps toasting your bread. However, a furnace is much more complicated, and as furnaces age, they become less and less efficient. Your toaster oven may also be using more energy as it gets older, but since toasters don’t account for nearly 50% of your home’s energy use, you don’t notice the problem. That’s not the case with your furnace.

Your older furnace could be costing you money on two fronts. Not only is an older furnace more likely to experience mechanical failures and breakdowns as it ages, but it’s also draining more money out of your bank account every single month through higher and higher bills. If you’ve been debating furnace repair versus replacement on the grounds of costs, take into consideration what you’ll be spending extra for the old system, in the form of higher monthly bills. Over time, those additional costs can add up.

We can provide you with an estimate on a new furnace.

We can provide you with an estimate on a new furnace.

Upgrade for better comfort

So, your older furnace isn’t getting the job done in terms of reliability or energy efficiency. Not to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s probably also not performing like it once did. As furnaces age past ten years, they just don’t heat your home as effectively as they did when they were new. In most cases, your home will begin to experience hot and cold spots instead of the even heating you once had. When this happens, you’ll know that it’s time for an upgrade.

Wagner can help you resolve the furnace repair versus replacement debate

The best way to determine if it’s better to repair your older furnace or replace it with a new one? Talk to the technicians from Wagner Mechanical. We pride ourselves on being honest and helpful. We’re not going to push you into buying a new furnace that you don’t need. Instead, we’ll lay out the advantages of upgrading and what things will cost, so that you have the knowledge to make a great decision. From there, we’ll help you with whatever you need. Debating between furnace repair versus replacement doesn’t need to be stressful.

Ready to get started with either furnace repair or new furnace installation? Give Wagner Mechanical a call at (505) 884-2822, or contact us online.

Why you should consider a Mitsubishi ductless system

Many homes have air ducts and a traditional cooling and heating setup. Others do not. Both are perfect candidates for the addition of a Mitsubishi ductless system. That’s because ductless systems can be installed in any room of your house, including garages and home additions without ducts.

Non-intrusive, highly efficient, and powerful, ductless cooling and heating has become a popular comfort solution. That’s why Wagner Mechanical—New Mexico’s original cooling and heating company—is proud to partner with Mitsubishi to install advanced ductless systems. In this blog post, we’ll review some of the benefits of the Mitsubishi ductless system line, including better efficiency and greater zoned control over your comfort.

Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling LogoEnergy efficiency

Once, ductwork was the only way to deliver cooled or heated air throughout the home. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most inefficient ways to do so. It takes energy to push air through ducts and vents, and that’s not including the heated or cooled air that is lost through leaks in the ducts or into rooms that you’re not even in.

In contrast, ductless systems are far more energy efficient, as this U.S. Department of Energy infographic outlines. They don’t have ducts where energy can be lost and wasted, and they can be set to only cool or heat the room you’re currently in. Mitsubishi systems, especially, are built with energy efficiency in mind.

Zoned control

You can connect multiple ductless systems together to form an interconnected network of cooling and heating units throughout your home. Here’s where it gets really cool, though: you can then independently control each system. Does your visitor from out-of-town prefer a warmer temperature in their room compared to the rest of the home? You can use your smartphone to set that room a little higher than the rest. Or, is everyone spending time in the living room? Just cool that room without paying to chill the others that no one is in.

Zoned control is easy and allows you to customize the comfort of your home. It also can save you money over time: by only cooling or heating spaces that you need cooled or heated, you’ll reduce your energy bills.

Mitsubishi Ductless System

One of Wagner’s technicians changes out the filter in a Mitsubishi ductless system.

Other benefits

In addition to allowing you to control which parts of your home receive cooling or heating, ductless systems also offer better indoor air quality. One of the leading causes of poor indoor air quality in the United States is home air ducts. Out-of-sight and out-of-mind, ducts collect dust, pollution, pollen, pet dander, and more, trapping and storing it and then re-circulating it into your home’s air every time you turn on the air conditioner or furnace. Gross, right?

Of course, ductless systems don’t have ducts, so they don’t really have that issue. In fact, what our lineup of advanced Mitsubishi ductless units does have is an easy-to-clean filter that traps a vast majority of all airborne particles and contaminants. If you want to breathe easy and have better control over how often your home’s air filter gets cleaned, a ductless system might be the perfect option for your home.

Also, it should be noted that ductless systems come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Most modern systems are wall-mounted. Placed near the ceiling, they blend in with the rest of the room, and only need a small line that connects them to a small outside unit. Other ductless systems are floor units. Either way, you have more options than a traditional air conditioner that needs ductwork to function.

The Mitsubishi ductless system

As a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor, Wagner carries and installs some of the most advanced ductless air conditioners and heating systems on earth. Mitsubishi is one of the main companies responsible for bringing ductless cooling and heating to the United States, and we’re proud to be affiliated with them. They’ve pioneered some of the latest advances in the ductless world, including automatic sensors that can detect air temperature and make small adjustments, as well as better filters and quieter systems.

Sure, the name “Mitsubishi” is something you associate with cars. But, with a Mitsubishi ductless cooling and heating system, you’ll soon learn that they’ve brought great engineering into the home, as well. Give Wagner a call to learn more about our line of Mitsubishi ductless systems.

Get a free quote

The best way to learn if a Mitsubishi ductless system is right for your home is to give us a call. We offer free estimates on new cooling and heating systems, and our experienced, certified team can help you pick the right kind of ductless system. Get in contact with us, or read more about our ductless systems.