Easton, PA – Edwin Stipe, an HVAC contractor serving residents from the neighboring communities of Stewartsville, Phillipsburg, Bethlehem, and Nazareth suggests that customers upgrade to a new ductless air conditioning system just in time for summer. Ductless air conditioners, also known as mini split air conditioners, have a lot of advantages and can bea great alternative to wall-mounted units and central air systems.
Ductless air conditioning has been used around the world for years, but is a relatively new trend in North America. Unlike other air conditioning options, ductless air conditioners are relatively easy to install, convenient, save users money, and are energy efficient.
A mini split air conditioning system is referred to as a “split system” because it has two distinct parts: an indoor and an outdoor unit. The outdoor unit can be as far as 75 feet away from the indoor unit, which means that homeowners never have to worry about noise from their air conditioner inside their homes.
Ductless air conditioning systems are perfect for homes that lack necessary ductwork, offering customers a unique option that is not bulky, loud, or cumbersome.
About Edwin Stipe
Edwin Stipe is an HVAC contractor that has been providing expert installation and top-notch service, to its customers for 120 years. Residents from Stewartsville, Phillipsburg, Bethlehem, Nazareth, and other neighboring areas can breathe easy with air conditioning and air purifier installation provided by Edwin Stipe. Being one of the oldest and largest HVAC contractor companies throughout Western New Jersey, Edwin Stipe has earned a reputation of integrity, providing customers with reliable, quality plumbing, heating, and air conditioning services that it fully guarantees.