An outdoor component

When my fiance as well as I first got married ten years ago, we lived on a carefully planned budget for several years.  We ended up buying a small beautiful lake home on a nice piece of property. Because the home was so small, it was easy to clean and simple to maintain.  I was able to easily clean the entire home in under forty-five minutes. We spent little on our bi-weekly heating as well as cooling bills. Over time our family expanded, the home became rather tight.  We’d added three children, 2 dogs as well as a stray cat, and needed to put on an addition right away. Every one of us decided to build an additional section to the cute lake home which would provide three more small bedrooms as well as a full washroom.  Figuring out how to handle the HVAC was a challenge. The existing home is heated as well as cooled by a central forced air system, which relies on air ducts. We considered extending the air duct, but this would have been a huge, extravagant as well as labor-intensive process for us to handle.  Plus, we doubted the new furnace as well as air conditioner were capable of heating and cooling the extra square footage properly. After consulting with a local Heating, Ventilation and A/C supplier, my fiance and I chose a ductless multi-split system to provide both heating as well as cooling for the additional rooms.  There is a single outdoor component which links to an indoor air handler installed in each room. The separate air handlers allow zoned heating/cooling, which means that each room can be set to an independent temperature. We still save money by avoid heating or cooling empty rooms, as well as the olders boys can tailor comfort to their preferences.  I appreciate that the ductless system is compact, quiet as well as charmingly energy efficient. It has been the perfect solution, providing ideal temperature all year round, without costing us a fortune.