Ductless Split System

Efficient and unobtrusive, ductless split systems are great for controlling room temperature.

Ductless Split System

Heat and Cool a Single Zone

Homeowners know the frustration of dealing with a hot or cold spot – that one room that’s always hotter or colder than the rest of the house.To solve the problem, you can crank the thermostat and blow up your utility bill, or you can close the room off until the weather gets better.Or you can use ductless split systems that can control the temperature of the room without costing you an arm and a leg.

Several Advantages of Ductless Split Systems

They’re cost-effective. Ductless split systems are a good alternative to central air conditioners, space heaters, and electric baseboard heaters. The upfront cost may be higher, but ductless HVAC systems save you more money in the long run by keeping utility costs down.

They’re energy-efficient. All units follow ENERGY STAR guidelines. They consume less energy and reduce your carbon footprint. They have less of an impact on the environment – they use R410A, a refrigerant with zero potential for ozone depletion.

They’re quick to install. Ducted systems can take several weeks to install, whereas ductless heating and cooling systems can be up and running in a day. They’re less invasive – they run on tiny pipes that can be fitted into three-inch holes. They take up less space, and you won’t have to rebuild walls or ceilings post-installation.

They improve indoor air quality. Ductwork requires regular cleaning. Otherwise, particle build-up can reduce air quality and affect your health. Ductless systems, on the other hand, have an in-built filtration system that improves air quality.

Ductless Split Saves You Money

Traditional ducted units like central air conditioners and space heaters have separate cooling and heating functions. A ductless unit can do both, making it a solid investment.

With ductless heating and cooling systems, you can divide your home into different zones – or a zoning system – and set a temperature for each of them at certain times of the day. A unit will distribute air or heat directly into each zone, making your home more comfortable – and more enjoyable – to live in.

Ductless is Ideal for Passive Homes

The Passive House Standard is the gold standard for energy performance. The “Passivhaus” approach to home design results in a significantly lower carbon footprint.

To meet the standard, homes must have thick insulation and triple-glazed doors and windows. Heat usage must be lower by 90 percent and overall energy consumption lower by 60 to 70 percent compared with traditional homes. Ductless systems make this possible.

There are about 30,000 such homes in Europe, and the trend is becoming more popular here in the United States.

Ductless Systems Help Resell Homes

Homes with advanced heating and cooling systems have high resale value. Buyers are willing to pay a premium for comfort, which is why ductless systems are a great investment. They’re sustainable and energy efficient, making them a standout feature in any sale.

They also give buyers more freedom when renovating, since ductwork and wiring won’t get in the way. The home can withstand extensive remodeling work without sustaining damage to its HVAC systems. This gives you a seller’s advantage.

Add a Room without Upgrading Your Entire AC System

Add a new room to your home without overhauling your AC system. Have a ductless split system installed by a certified technician to keep your new space cool and comfortable. It has its own thermostat, which works independent of your existing AC system.

  • Find the right temperature for the new room without having to change the temperature in the other rooms of the house.
  • Manage the additional room’s temperature with a handheld remote.
  • Save thousands of dollars by putting off a premature (and unnecessary) system upgrade.

For more information, call Air Hawk Heating & Cooling at (813) 929-4295 or (727) SAME-DAY, or email [email protected]


  • Compact unit
  • Dry mode standard
  • Self-check function
  • Automatic restart after power outage
  • Wireless controller
  • “Powerful mode”
  • Quiet operation
  • Zone control


  • Zone/room control
  • Multiple wireless and handheld controls
  • Advanced microprocessor
  • Inverter driven compressor
  • High efficiency
  • Hot-start technology
  • Automatic restart after power outage

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