Heating and Cooling Systems, Ductless HVAC & Ductless HVAC ServiceOak Brook, IL, Westchester, IL, Lombard, IL, Addison, IL, Elmhurst, IL & Villa Park, IL
Making an update to your heating system is a big deal. Along with a major investment, it’s your chance to improve comfort, energy efficiency and air quality. You can take better control over the indoor environment and reduce monthly expenses. Choosing the right type of system is important. Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company is happy to help! We offer assistance and service across Elmhurst, Villa Park, Lombard, Westchester, Addison & Oak Brook, IL.
Types of Heating Systems – Traditional & Ductless Options
Alan Energy Services Air Conditioning and Heating Company has been on the job for over seven decades. Family owned and operated, we are a third generation business and a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. Our team is knowledgeable in everything from traditional heating systems to ductless options. We hope you’ll give us a call at (630) 303-9075 to discuss your upcoming project and take advantage of our experience, expertise and recommendations.
Ductless HVAC in Oak Brook, IL | Ductless Air Conditioning Villa Park, IL | Ductless HVAC Installation Lombard, IL
The ideal choice of heating system is affected by your exact requirements and preferences. We’ve compiled a list of things to consider to help you decide between ductless and traditional heating solutions.
Ductless vs. Traditional Heating Systems
- Aesthetics – Instead of vents, the ductless system requires indoor air handlers mounted into the ceiling or on the wall. While the cabinets are slim and modern-looking, they are visible.
- Existing ductwork – If you already have ductwork installed in the home, staying with central heating is cost-effective. Without ductwork, a ductless system is going to save you money. It will also avoid a lot of renovation and mess, requiring only a three-inch hole in an exterior wall for the conduit.
- Investment – In general, traditional heating systems are more expensive. However ductless costs go up depending on the number of indoor units and efficiency ratings.
- Sound levels– Although the operational sounds of traditional heating has been reduced in recent years, nothing quite compares to the whisper-quiet of ductless equipment.
- Square footage – While ductless systems allow for multiple air handlers with a single outdoor unit, homes larger than 2,00 square feet are a challenge. You might do better with the power of central heating.
- Zone control – You can have zoning with central heating, but you’ll need internal dampers in the ductwork. Ductless systems excel at zoning, with each air handler offering independent control.
Energy efficiency – Ductless technology eliminates the energy waste of ductwork, offers the benefits of zoned conditioning and provides higher potential energy efficiency.