When my hubby and I put an addition on our home, the people I was with and I needed to figure out a way to handle year round temperature control. Both of us live in an section with more than three distinctive seasons, and most of the time, the people I was with and I need to run either the furnace or the air conditioning. Our house is equipped with a forced air plan that relies on ductwork linked to registers in all of the rooms. Both of us were reluctant to extend to ductwork because of section requirements, cost and mess. Both of us also doubted that the existing heating and cooling device could handle the additional square footage. Both of us needed a compact yet powerful plan which wouldn’t cost a fortune to install. After some research, the people I was with and I came across the perfect solution in a ductless heat pump. The plan is super small, lightweight, and the replacement was completed in a single day. There is an outdoor compressor which is linked to an indoor air handler through a conduit. Because of the long length of the conduit, there was quite a bit flexibility in mounting location. The indoor air handler is mounted up high on the wall and operated with a cordless remote. It switches seamlessly between heating and cooling, and can really hastily raise or lower temperature in the room. The ductless heat pump is extremely energy efficient, which keeps our weekly costs low. The plan also features multi-stage filtration which improves indoor air quality and keeps the new room cleaner. I like that the people I was with and I can program the ductless heat pump to start up and shut down when necessary, which further trims energy usage.