Fayetteville, Bentonville, Roger and Beyond: BurtonWright is Your Trusted Ductless Mini-Split Installer
Ductless mini-split systems are highly efficient and deliver either warm or cool air directly into different zones in your home — instead of routing through ducts first. As a result, you get even air distribution for consistent, year-round comfort at a fraction of the cost of inefficient baseboard, wall, and ceiling heat or electric furnaces. Ductless mini-splits can be a cost-effective solution that replaces an inefficient cooling system.
At BurtonWright, we offer professional installation of Fujitsu and Mitsubishi mini-splits. When you schedule an appointment with us, you'll have a licensed and trusted technician come to your home at your convenience. And because your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed, you'll gain peace of mind with your new ductless installation.
Benefits of Ductless Heating
The benefits to installing a ductless mini-split system in your home are virtually endless. In addition to increasing efficiency and comfort, saving money, and promoting better indoor air quality, you'll never have to worry about dirty or poorly insulated air ducts.
Ductless mini-splits are extremely efficient and can heat and cool your home at a fraction of the cost of traditional home comfort systems. Greater energy savings mean more money saved on your utility bills!
Ductless mini-splits are small compared to traditional HVAC units and are flexible in their ability to heat and cool different rooms. Several air-handling units can connect to one outdoor system, with each zone featuring its own thermostat for convenience.
Ductless mini-splits allow customized heating and cooling throughout the various areas of your home. One room can be warm while another room is cooler, all without inconveniencing anyone.
Because ductless mini-splits eliminate the need for ductwork, you do not have to worry about leaky ductwork harming your indoor air quality.
Ductless mini-splits are easy to install, and they don’t experience energy loss like central air systems that feature ductwork. Installation will not require you to modify any area of your home.
Mini-splits also look better as part of the interior design of a house. Often, you can hang a mini-split on a wall, mount it in a drop ceiling, or simply stand it on the floor. Some models even come with a remote control for easy temperature adjustments.