This means that the air handlers automatically adjust the amount of heated or cooled air provided according to demand
I have recently figured out that a ductless heat pump is an amazing system. Our house is rather old, really big and divided up into a lot of small rooms. We have a forced air furnace and central air conditioning system that connects to vents in each of the rooms. There are specific areas that consistently presented a temperature control problem. They would feel chilly in the winter and overheated during the summer. There was no way to target those specific rooms. Our heating and cooling system is too old to update to zoned control. We would have needed to tear out and entirely replace. That was simply too invasive and expensive of a project. Instead, we invested a lot less time and money into a ductless heat pump. The system consists of an outdoor compressor that links to multiple indoor air handlers. The air handlers are lightweight, streamlined and mount up on the wall in the various rooms. The installation process required little more than drilling a three-inch hole into exterior walls and was completed in a single afternoon with no mess. The air handlers operated off independent thermostats, allowing us to customize the comfort level of each room. Plus, we’re able to control the temperature from either a cordless remote or an app on our smartphones. Because the air handlers include both heating and cooling capacity, they are beneficial all year round. We spent more for a higher efficiency ductless heat pump that features inverter technology. This means that the air handlers automatically adjust the amount of heated or cooled air provided according to demand. Because of this, the system costs very little to operate and maintains very consistent temperature.