Ductless split system improves comfort

About five years ago, my husband and I purchased a very large and older home in Springfield, Missouri.

The house has been renovated multiple times by various owners.

Walls have been removed and added to alter the floorplan. Windows have been added, and a screen porch was converted into living space. The basement was remodeled to include the laundry room, a guest bedroom and a home gym. Very few of these updates took into consideration the design of the ductwork or location of the supply and return vents. One thermostat for the entire house provided very broad control over temperature. The hot, humid summers and chilly winters in Springfield require effective and efficient cooling and heating. We were faced with extremely high monthly utility bills and a rather uncomfortable home. Certain rooms tended to be overheated in the summer while others were unpleasantly cold in the winter. When we reached out to a local HVAC provider in Springfield, we were hoping to update our ductwork to zone control. Unfortunately, our system is too old to accommodate this modern convenience. The HVAC technician recommended that we invest into a ductless multi-split system. This proved to be an affordable and ideal solution for us. The ductless system consists of a single outdoor air compressor that is compact, quiet and unobtrusive. It links by way of a conduit and small holes in the exterior wall to multiple indoor air handlers. The air handlers are lightweight, streamlined and mounted up high on the wall. Each one includes an independent thermostat and provides both heating and cooling. We are able to customize temperature settings in each room.

Springfield Missouri Commercial HVAC