Do you want to remodel a room without having to extend the ductwork?
Are you planning a new construction project in Silverdale, WA?
Ductless systems—also known as mini splits—add quality and comfort at a lower operating cost. We have yet to meet a Sequim homeowner who misses their air ducts after switching to ductless. That’s because when you lose the ductwork, you gain long-term savings, added comfort, and improved efficiency.
Choose Air Flo for All Your Heating and Cooling Services
Air Flo is your go-to company for air conditioners, furnaces, heat pumps, and more. We’re proud to install ductless mini-splits. Our team is committed to bringing you the finest heating and cooling solutions money can buy
You can count on us to install, repair, or service your next ductless system. We work on all makes and models.
What Are the Advantages of Ductless Mini Splits?
Ductless mini splits pair an outdoor compressor with an indoor [air-handler]. You can install these flexible systems to add comfort in any part of your home, from your basement to the attic. Here are some other advantages:
1. Heat and cool with ease.
2. Spend less on heating and cooling.
If you’re looking for an energy-efficient solution to keep your home comfortable, mini splits are hard to beat. They use 30 percent less energy than a conventional air conditioning unit and 60 percent less than electric resistance heating on average [LINK: energystar.gov]. Plus, they are easy to maintain.
3. Enjoy some peace and quiet.
The small indoor modules are anything but clunky. They’re easy to install, mounting snugly to your wall. Additionally, the fans make very little noise. In fact, sometimes it’s difficult to tell if your mini split is running. You’ll find it easy to soak in the peace and quiet.
How Do They Work?
A small, rectangular indoor air handler unit mounts to your wall, ventilating and controlling the temperature of the surrounding areas. A small conduit that houses the condensate drain, suction tubing, refrigerant tubing, and power cable connects the air handler to the compressor.
You can install one air handler to add comfort to a part of your home or add multiple air handlers to create a zone control system. Our licensed professionals will recommend the best setup for your home.
Ductless Installation and Replacement
Are you ready to go ductless? Our experts at Air Flo can help make your plan come to life. We’ll do all the necessary load calculations to ensure you get the right equipment for the size and layout of your home.
Ductless systems are much easier to install than conventional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Want to turn your detached garage into a workout room? Go ductless!
Air Flo offers flexible financing plans tailored to your budget and needs. Apply today and purchase the quality HVAC system your family deserves.
The weather can be unpredictable here in Washington. For that reason, HVAC issues catch the best of homeowners off guard. Fortunately, our specialists can troubleshoot and fix it in no time.
Common ductless problems include:
- Clogged drain
- Poor heating or cooling
- Odd noises or smells
If you think something is going on with your heating and cooling system, give us a call right away. Our experts will always give you an upfront quote before performing any repair. Additionally, we provide repair warranties to back our work.
We offer 24/7 emergency repair services to be there if you need us on nights, weekends, or holidays. Your comfort is our top priority. Call us today.
Well-maintained mini splits can operate at peak capacity for up to 20 years or even longer. But to get the maximum mileage out of your investment, it’s vitally important to take care of it.
Seasonal maintenance protects your investment and ensures it runs at optimal efficiency. Additionally, it allows your HVAC specialist to spot and fix small problems before they become costly repairs.
Here are a few of the many vital maintenance tasks your expert will perform:
- Clean the condensate drain
- Check for refrigerant leaks
- Fine-tune electrical connections
Ductless units work harder than most of their competitors. Plus, you can install a ductless heat pump that offers you heating in the winter and cooling in the summer. It is the perfect solution to add comfort in areas where extending ductwork might be a costly hassle.
Be sure to ask about our customized H.E.L.P. HOME EQUIPMENT LIFE PLAN tailored to your budget and equipment needs. Enjoy deep discounts on repairs, parts, and service calls—sign up today!
MAINTENANCE TASKS—INDOOR UNIT
- Clean air handling unit filters
- Check evaporator coil for dirt and clean as necessary
- Check drip tray for dirt, debris, and check condensate pump for correct operation (if fitted)
- Check fan motor running current
- Check air on coil temperature in cooling
- Check air off coil temperature in cooling
- Check air on coil temperature in heating
- Check air off coil temperature in heating
- Check operation of auxiliary heaters (if fitted)
- Set temperature point for indoor unit
- Check Cooling mode
- Check Heating mode
- Check Fan Only mode
- Check Auto mode
- Check louver swing
MAINTENANCE TASKS—OUTDOOR UNIT
- Inspect and clean heat exchanger
- Check for refrigerant leaks
- Check integrity of pipe work and lagging
- Check all electrical connections including main isolator
- Check unit operation voltage and record
- Check unit operation current and record
- Check discharge temperature and record
- Check suction temperature and record
- Check operation of crank case heater
Your Investment (prior to sales tax)
One indoor and one outdoor: Monthly: $13.25 Yearly: $159.00
Add per additional indoor head: Monthly: $2.50 Yearly: $30.00
*Prices do not include Washington State Sales Tax
In future years the H.E.L.P. program may vary slightly due to economic and equipment factors. Air Flo Heating Company will strive to keep these increases as low as possible. This agreement shall stay in effect from year to year thereafter, unless either client or Air Flo Heating Company gives 30 days written notice prior to the end of the written agreement.
Prices do not include Washington State sales tax.
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Call us at 360-683-3901, 360-385-5354, or 360-307-7822.