Ducted refrigerated heating and cooling systems are one of the most efficient systems available today. It is one of our personal favourites and we highly recommended to consumers that are interested in having a long-lasting, and affordable solution all wrapped into one. Since ducted refrigerated systems can provide heating and cooling, it’s a great way to get the most out of one unit, especially if you want something subtle that doesn’t take up extra space in your home and isn’t obvious as a heating or cooling unit on your walls, ceilings, or floorboards.
As mentioned previously, ducted refrigerated systems can provide heating and cooling solutions to your entire home. This puts them to step higher than some other solutions which can only provide heating or cooling and not both. Using a condensing unit that is installed either outside or underneath your home the ducted refrigerated system is connected to a series of interior ductwork and panels, which are hidden in your ceilings, walls, and floorboards. Similar to gas ducted gas heating, ducted refrigerated air conditioning uses only electricity to generate the air and transported throughout the ductwork and into your home.
While that is the main process of how heating and cooling is distributed throughout the home, you’re probably wondering how electricity plays a role in cooling air or heating the air. In fact, during the cooling process the air it’s cool with the help the electrical connections that reduces temperature, expel humidity and distributed evenly throughout the homes vents or airshafts. When you decide that you would like to use heating, the process works in reverse to pull cool air from home so that the air can begin to warm.
So, if you’re concerned about the costs of installing a ducted refrigerated unit, you can anticipate your initial installation costs to be higher than what your monthly bills thereafter will be. Depending on the size of your home, will also help to determine how much you can expect to spend relating to energy use for your ducted refrigerated unit. Most mid-size families and homes don’t spend more than $1,500 annually in electrical costs to heat and cool their entire home, regardless of the season. If you compare this price to other heating and cooling systems in mid-size homes, you might find that this option delivers the best, most affordable, and efficient long-term results, both in terms of outcome and money spent to keep the system running.
If you’re stuck on whether or not to invest in ducted refrigerated air cooling systems, then consider how it will fit into your home. The condenser is placed in a hidden location that is not readily visible, while the system itself works quietly to cool the air and maintain interior temperatures. With a ducted refrigerated system, you can essentially have convenient and ready-to-use temperature-appropriate air all year-round, without worrying about window units, or staying in one room because the others are too uncomfortable.