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Ductless Air Conditioning & Heating Systems in Dallas, TX
Ductless air conditioning and heating systems are the perfect options for many homes in the Dallas area. Providing powerful heating and air conditioning while taking up minimal space, many homeowners are looking to ductless mini-split systems for whole-home comfort. Ductless systems, also referred to as ductless mini-splits, allow for whole-home comfort without the many disadvantages of using ductwork.
If you’d like to learn more about installing a ductless system in your home, or if you already have one of these systems and want to schedule services, contact Frymire Home Services. We offer “A Higher Degree of Comfort.” Give us a call to schedule ductless services in Dallas, TX, and the surrounding area.
Our Ductless HVAC Services in Dallas
The experienced ductless heating and cooling experts at Frymire Home Services offer a full range of solutions to accommodate your every need. Whether you’re new to the advantages of ductless HVAC or you require routine system care, you can count on our team for:
- Ductless HVAC installations
- Ductless HVAC replacements
- Ductless HVAC repairs
- Ductless HVAC maintenance
Are you in need of ductless AC service in Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, or the surrounding areas in Texas? Call 469-346-4999 or schedule an appointment online!
How Does a Ductless System Work?
Ductless cooling and heating systems work similarly to how a standard split-unit heat pump functions. Indoor and outdoor cabinets circulate refrigerant to transfer heat from one space to another. In cooling mode, the outdoor unit releases heat. In heating mode, the outdoor unit absorbs heat and releases it into your home.
The difference with a ductless system is that instead of using a single indoor unit connected to ductwork, one outdoor unit is connected to multiple indoor air handlers. These smaller units are mounted on the walls of the rooms in which you’d like to use them, and each air handler connects to the outside unit through refrigerant and power lines that run through the back of the wall. The air handlers send air directly into the living space without requiring ductwork to transport it.
What Are the Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning and Heating in Dallas?
Ductless mini-splits aren’t the right answer for every single Dallas, TX, home. But in the homes they’re well-suited for, they provide several advantages, such as:
- Year-round comfort: Since ductless systems often operate using heat pump technology, it means that not only can you count on ductless cooling, but you can enjoy the benefits of ductless heating from the same system, too.
- Increased energy efficiency: Since ductless systems have smaller mechanical components than standard split systems, they use less power. Another reason for their superior energy efficiency is that without ductwork, the air doesn’t lose or gain heat on the way to any given room.
- Zone control cooling and heating: Each air handler in a ductless mini-split system can be operated separately from the others. You only need to cool or heat the rooms that actually need it. Plus, you can adjust the temperature in whichever room you’re in.
- Improved air quality: Since ductwork can gather large amounts of dust and debris that can get blown out into your living space when the AC or heater comes on, ducted systems often contribute to a decline in air quality. Without ducts, this is not a problem.
Ductless HVAC Installation
Installing a new ductless mini-split system can add comfort control to areas of your home that aren’t serviced by your main HVAC. Frymire Home Services offers a comprehensive ductless HVAC installation service in Dallas and the surrounding communities. We will help you select the right system, install it for you, and then help you optimize its function to ensure you are comfortable at all times.
If you have an area of your home that needs heating and cooling but doesn’t connect to your ductwork, contact our Dallas HVAC pros to discuss ductless HVAC installation.
Ductless HVAC Maintenance
Ductless and mini-split systems need regular maintenance to work at optimal levels, and we’re here to help. Our ductless HVAC maintenance service will ensure everything is in tiptop shape. We recommend scheduling a maintenance check at the start of the heating and cooling seasons for optimal performance.
Call Frymire Home Services at 469-346-4999 to discuss ductless HVAC maintenance schedules.
Ductless HVAC Repair
Even with the best maintenance, your ductless system may run into trouble from time to time. Some signs that you may need ductless HVAC repair include:
- Your system isn’t cooling or heating properly.
- Your system is leaking or frozen.
- Your system is short cycling.
- Your system is emanating unusual sounds or smells.
At the first sign of trouble, don’t wait. Contact Frymire Home Services for professional and timely ductless HVAC repair.
Ductless HVAC Replacement
When your ductless system nears 10 to 15 years old, it’s time to start thinking about replacement. A new system will be more efficient and effective than your older one, and you will have less risk of a breakdown. Thankfully, Frymire is here to offer ductless HVAC replacement services throughout Dallas. We will help you find the properly sized system so we can get you back to a well-functioning HVAC system.
Schedule ductless HVAC replacement in Dallas now by calling the ductless mini-split experts at Frymire Home Services at 469-346-4999.
Schedule Ductless Split-System Services in Dallas, Texas
Our family-owned and -operated company has proudly served homeowners in Dallas, Collin, Denton, Rockwall, and Kaufman counties for years. When you need technicians that carry the skill and knowledge needed to provide perfect installations, optimized ductless AC integration, or precise split-system repair, we’re the experienced contractors you can trust for quality across the board.
Reach out to our team today to schedule ductless HVAC services in the Dallas area, or dial 469-346-4999 to speak with a team member at Frymire Home Services today!
FAQs About Ductless HVAC Systems
Do I need a ductless system in every room I want to cool?
No, you may not need a unit for every room in your home. However, if you use a ductless system as your primary cooling system, you may need more than one unit to keep the home cool. Typically, these systems can cool about four rooms per unit. Your HVAC technician will help you determine how many units you need to cool your home effectively. However, ductless systems can set up zoned cooling for your home to ensure proper and even cooling throughout the property.
How do you maintain a ductless air conditioner?
To keep your ductless system working at its best, keep it dusted and cleaned. Replace or clean the filters when needed, and keep the pipes and coils free of dust and debris. At least once a year, preferably twice a year, hire a professional to check the system and ensure it is working exactly as it should.
Can I install my own ductless HVAC system?
Ductless air conditioning systems need professional installation because they require a cut in the refrigerant line and charging of the system. They are simple to install, so the overall installation does not come with a high price tag, but it is always best to have a professional tackle this task.
Are ductless HVAC systems more efficient than traditional ones?
Ductless air conditioning systems can cool your home more quickly than a traditional HVAC system, and they can cost less to run, depending on how many units you need. However, a ductless mini-split system often costs more to install. Homeowners must weigh the pros and cons of these options to determine which type of cooling system will best meet their needs.