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Ductless Heating and Air Conditioning Systems in Mohave County, AZ

If you are in the market for a new air conditioner or heater, consider going ductless! A ductless system, also known as a ductless mini split, is a great alternative to the traditional heater and air conditioner combination. They are quite versatile and are a popular choice amongst many Arizona homeowners. If you are looking to boost efficiency and save money this year, a ductless system might just be the system for you!

Our technicians here at Air Control Home Services are Trane Certified Comfort Specialists, meaning they have the high level of experience and training necessary to install and service high-efficiency Trane ductless systems. We pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence, so you can be sure that you will receive top-notch customer service when you choose us for your ductless system services. Call today to schedule HVAC services in Mohave County and the surrounding area.

If you are considering making the switch to a ductless system, give us a call!

What Is a Ductless System?

Ductless heating and ductless air conditioning are one and the same. By installing just one ductless system, you will be able to heat your home in the winter and cool your home in the summer without having to install ductwork, which can be an expensive and invasive process.

Ductless systems (also called ductless mini splits) consist of an outdoor condenser unit which attaches to multiple indoor air handlers via refrigerant lines. A reversing valve is all that this system needs to reverse the flow of refrigerant, allowing for both heating and cooling. Since ductless systems do not create their own heat, they are much more energy efficient than other home heating systems. Ductless systems are great because they give you flexible zoning power and help you bypass the problems of duct based HVAC systems. Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption. Opting for a ductless mini split is energy-efficient, cost-effective, and convenient. 

Trust Us for Installation and Replacement

Your Trane ductless air conditioner needs to be properly sized and installed to meet your home’s specific needs. An oversized or undersized unit will decrease efficiency and increase repair needs. Our team is here to help you through every stage of your ductless HVAC installation, from choosing the right system to switching it on for the very first time. We’re proud to say that we’re the number one seller of Trane ductless units in the country and that we’ve held this title for the past five years. You can trust us to provide you with the best ductless system available at the right price. 

Our team can also handle your ductless HVAC replacement. If your system is old and outdated, it might be time to replace it with a new, high-efficiency model. Have a room in your home that’s difficult to keep warm or cool? It might need a little extra HVAC power. Ductless systems are great for adding a little extra cooling or heating power to master bedrooms, casitas, garages, or man caves. Investing in a brand-new system is a great way to boost energy efficiency, and save yourself hundreds on utility bills.

You’ll Need Repair and Maintenance

Eventually, you are going to need ductless HVAC repair, so do you know who to call when that happens? Air Control Home Services offers prompt repair services to keep you and your family comfortable all year long. If you suspect there is a problem with your ductless system, don’t wait to schedule repair services. The longer you continue to run your system with an existing problem, the more likely it becomes for it to cause further, more significant damage.

Did you know that the best way to avoid costly repairs is to schedule regular ductless HVAC maintenance services? During a maintenance visit, our technicians will carefully inspect your system for any signs of a potential problem. Ductless HVAC maintenance gives us the ability to detect minor problems before they become major. Plus, regular maintenance is a great way to boost efficiency and increase your system’s lifespan.