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Whether you’re renovating, expanding, building brand-new construction or just upgrading an outdated facility, is it time to consider ductless cooling and heating for your business?

Just like their name implies, ductless HVAC systems are heating and cooling systems that operate without ductwork. Using an outdoor compressor and indoor air handling units, they deliver air straight into a room, rather than forcing it out through a maze of ducts.

Also known as multi-split systems, ductless cooling and heating systems are an environmentally friendly and fully customizable option. Here are the top five reasons to consider a ductless HVAC system for your business.

1. Significant Cost Savings

In business, it’s all about the bottom line. If energy costs represent a major line item in your company’s budget, choosing a ductless HVAC system is one of the best ways to control utility expenses and keep that money in your business where it belongs.

Over their lifetime, ductless HVAC systems cost less to run than packaged and window units, and you may even be eligible for tax credits or utility rebates for installing more energy-efficient equipment. They are also reliable and long-lasting, which means you will be able to enjoy them longer, without worrying about repairs or replacement.

2. Flexibility

Ductless technology offers business owners a cost-effective way to replace inefficient window units, space heaters and electric heaters. Because ductless HVAC systems are modular, it’s easy to add units to keep up with your expanding business.

You also have options when it comes to installing the air handlers. You can choose to mount them to either the wall or ceiling, which frees up valuable square footage and gives you more design flexibility in your interior. Unlike a rooftop unit, you can choose to install one unit or many to meet the needs of your facility.

Ductless HVAC units can be installed in new construction, condominiums and apartments, or to improve temperature control in specific rooms of an office building. Ductless systems can even be retrofitted in buildings that currently use ducted forced-air systems.

3. Micro-Climate Control

The zoning capabilities of ductless HVAC systems are ideal for providing micro-climate conditioning in commercial and residential spaces that are broken up into multiple rooms.

Ductless HVAC systems can be an excellent choice for:
Multi-tenant housing
Assisted-living facilities
IT/server rooms
Office buildings
Small businesses

4. Improved Indoor Air Quality

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside your business may be more hazardous to your health than the outdoor air – even if you live in a large city. Traditional HVAC systems encourage dust and other allergens to proliferate, and they also require regular cleanings, which can be expensive.

The extensive multi-stage filtration in ductless options can reduce or even eliminate airborne particles such as bacteria, pet dander, pollen, mold and dust. Additionally, multi-split HVAC units are much easier to keep clean and maintain, with filters that you only need to rinse, not throw out and replace.

5. Quiet Operation

Many HVAC units can be noisy, annoying and distracting, especially if they make a sound every time they turn on and shut off. Because the major parts of a ductless HVAC unit are on the exterior of your building, ductless units are whisper-quiet. You will likely not even notice the unit is on, while still enjoying comfortable temperatures year-round.

MBI Heating & Air Conditioning Is Proud to Be a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor

MBI offers advanced Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems – the most efficient heating and cooling products on the market.

MBI Heating & Air Conditioning has attained accreditation as a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond™ Contractor, which is a guarantee of the highest level of excellence, training and expertise available in the HVAC industry. Our professional installation, repair and maintenance specialists have all been extensively trained by Mitsubishi Electric to correctly size and install all types and sizes of ductless HVAC systems.