Installations, Repairs, Maintenance & More
Ductless air conditioning may be the perfect answer to many of your cooling questions. Do you have a room in your home that stays way hotter than all the rest? Are you looking to turn your garage into a liveable space or workshop that can withstand an East Texas summer? At Simmons Heating & Cooling LLC, we offer the solution to these issues and more—a ductless HVAC system.
Want to learn more about installing a ductless HVAC system? Do you have a system that needs to be repaired or tuned up for the upcoming months? Give the Tyler ductless mini-split HVAC pros at Simmons Heating & Cooling LLC a call today! We offer a great selection of premium services specifically for ductless HVAC systems, including systems from all major manufacturers. We service units in both residential and light-commercial applications, and we offer fast response times and great workmanship so you can be confident that you’ll have the cooling your space needs for even the most brutal conditions.
Call Simmons Heating & Cooling LLC at (903) 500-2528 for more information about installing a new ductless mini-split cooling system or repairing a current system.
What Is a Ductless HVAC System?
Ductless air conditioning and heating systems do not require an elaborate and difficult to install duct system, and this makes them cheaper and easier to install for a number of different applications. Chances are that you’ve actually seen one of these systems at some point in your past—they’re usually a large white box mounted somewhere high on a wall in a room that blasts out cold air when turned on. Ductless systems are actually fully-functioning air conditioners that are contained within a single unit, or two units in the case of mini-split systems. The term mini-split refers to the compressor and evaporator coils being separated rather than inside the same housing.
Ductless HVAC units are ideal for:
- Pool houses
- Storage units
- Mobile or manufactured homes
Mini split systems are becoming extremely popular because they can be installed in a number of different areas with very little effort or upfront expense. Mini-split systems generally require a hole no larger than a couple of inches to be drilled in your wall in order to feed refrigerant and electrical lines to the outdoor unit. The outdoor unit can also be mounted either on the ground outside or sometimes even to a wall itself.
- Since we had used Simmons Heating and Cooling during the February winter storm and were very pleased with their service, I gave them a call.- Jim T.
While a single ductless unit can’t cool an entire home, they can quickly and efficiently control conditions in a limited space. Combining several different ductless units can create whole-home coverage with zoning capability, and do so for even less than the cost of installing central cooling.
For more information on our ductless HVAC services, contact Simmons Heating & Cooling LLC today.
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