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Mitsubishi Ductless AC Mini Split Systems in Paramus, NJ
Are you looking for a way to take advantage of a high-efficiency HVAC option? Or perhaps you are looking for an alternative cooling method to using traditional ductwork. Either way, a ductless mini split heating and cooling system is your answer. Our highly trained, licensed technicians will provide you with everything your Paramus, NJ home needs for your new ductless system.
At Advanced Mechanical Services, we provide exceptional ductless heating and ductless air conditioning installations, replacements, repairs, and maintenance. Our team can not only make sure that your new ductless mini split is professionally installed, but also will ensure that your existing system is regularly maintained so you can trust its performance for the years to come. Call us today for excellent ductless system services. We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction!
Our maintenance program ends up paying for itself
$95 per unit per year, or twice a year of a big discount!
Running your HVAC unit without performing a tune-up is like running your car without a tune-up. It will end up costing you more in the long run.
- Mitsubishi Electric
- American Standard
- Certified technicians
- An accredited business
Is Going Ductless Right for Your Home?
The type of air conditioning system you choose to have installed in your Paramus, NJ home is essential to your home comfort for years. Traditional central air conditioning system use ductwork. Air ducts are very effective at moving conditioned air through your home. However, since air ducts can fairly easily obtain leaks and other damage, you might be risking significant air loss with a central system.
You also want to consider your indoor air quality when choosing an air conditioner. Air ducts provide a great home for allergens such as dust, pollen, pet dander and other debris that you wouldn’t want making their way into your home. Ductless mini–splits eliminate this danger. These systems are also highly efficient and enable you to customize your indoor climate according to different zones.
What You Should Know About Ductless Installation
Just like any other type of air conditioning system, a ductless mini–split system requires professional installation. It must have the right amount of refrigerant upon installation, the various components need to be properly connected, and each component has to perform as necessary.
The good news is that the installation of these systems isn’t as complicated or timely as the installation of a central system with ductwork. Installing ductless mini–splits involve the placement of a number of indoor air handlers. Each of these are connected to the outdoor unit, which allows you to control the temperatures of the different zones individually. Contact us today to learn more.
Do You Need Ductless Mini Split Repairs?
Generally speaking, a ductless mini–split system won’t need as many repairs or as much maintenance as a conventional system will. This is due to the fact that there are fewer complexities involved. However, this doesn’t mean your ductless system will be immune to problems. It will require repairs every once in a while, just like any other important system in your home.
Damage can happen if there is an accumulation of debris, a failed component, or any number of other reasons. Below are some signs that indicate it may be time for you to schedule ductless system repairs.
- No Cool Air: If your ductless system isn’t blowing cool air in its cooling mode, you might have a refrigerant leak. We’ll look at that as well as your thermostat to make sure it’s calibrated correctly.
- Strange Noises: If you hear a loud, unfamiliar sound coming from your ductless system when you haven’t before, it could be indicative of a loose component, damaged part, or even an electrical problem.
- Increased Utility Bills: If you notice a dramatic increase from one month to the next in your energy bills, this could very well be indicative of a problem with your ductless system, such as low refrigerant or poor airflow and efficiency.