Hot and Cold Spots
Heat rises and cool air settles. The lower portion of homes are often a different temperature than the upper portion. Likewise, the direction your home faces can create natural temperature differentials. And, hot and cold spots in your home can result from design features, like:
Large Glass Exposure
The One Heating and Cooling Solution to Rule Them All
A single zone ductless system is the most efficient and effective way to add year round comfort to some of the most common problems rooms; basements, sun rooms, additions and more…
Additions and Renovations
Bryant® ductless systems can be integrated easily into new construction, especially since they don’t require any existing duct work. Low maintenance ductless doesn’t require special accommodations for additional space between
walls or above ceilings.
Attics and Basements
Rooms with tight spaces and/or hard-to-control temperatures is where ductless shines! The Bryant® Inverter allows the system to run longer cycles at lower fan speeds, which helps dehumidify the room while cooling. Less humidity = more comfort; even at higher temperatures, like in attics – and better comfort control in low natural-light conditions, like in basements.
Garages and sheds aren’t always connected to a home’s HVAC system. Some aren’t even connected to the house itself. Ductless is great for compact spaces and keeps them comfortable all year.
The large glass exposure make sunrooms tricky to heat and cool properly, especially with a conventional system. A dedicated system like ductless is a great way to enjoy one of the nicest rooms in your home during any season.