A Ductless Heating Solution in Searcy, AR
Call our experienced contractors at Noland Heat and Air today for quality ductless heating installation, repair, or maintenance in Searcy.
Central heating has long been a go-to heating system type for both homes and businesses in Searcy, AR, and beyond—but it’s not the only option. Ductless heating can provide cost-effective, even heating without the expense of installing ductwork. At Noland Heat and Air, we offer quality, high-efficiency heat pumps as a ductless alternative to central heating.
We’re a family-owned and operated company and go the extra mile to offer nothing less than the best service possible. Our skilled HVAC contractors are friendly and will treat you and your home or business with the respect it deserves. To get started with a heat pump installation, repair, or maintenance service, reach out to our team at (501) 827-1979.
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump can be used for both heating and cooling. They function much like an air conditioner. Both absorb heat using refrigerant coils and release it somewhere else. To produce heat, the pump transfers heat from the ground or outdoor air into your space, and to cool, it transfers it out.
While it’s a little more complicated in reality, the system does essential consist of two air conditioner compression units: one inside and one outside. Whether the system is putting out warm or cool air in your home or business depends on which unit is active.
Advantages of Ductless Heating
While ductless heat pumps aren’t the right option for every space, the system does provide unique benefits:
More Precise Temperature Control
Heat pumps allow you to install zoned heating, with the ability to alter the temperature of each one individually. This feature can not only lead to increased comfort but also reduced heating and cooling costs as you’re able to lower the temperature or reduce the air conditioning in rooms you aren’t using.
Less Energy Loss
Ductwork inevitably leads to some level of energy loss as the conditioned air has to travel further before its released into the space. Ductwork damage can lead to even more significant loss—up to 60% in cases! Relying on a ductless system eliminates that risk.