• February, 26 2024

A ductless heat pump adds value to unused space in home or business

Many New York properties have one of these: A space that lacks heating and air conditioning and therefore is of limited value year-round.

But those spaces can be converted into valuable, inviting real estate by installing a ductless heat pump. This device, also known as a mini-split heat pump, heats and cools rooms that lack vents and ducts for more traditional HVAC.

You can serve anywhere between one and five zones depending on which ductless heat pump system you choose. This is an appealing option for use in many New York City buildings constructed before World War II.

The heat pump does double duty, providing heat in winter and cool air in summer – all at energy-efficient prices. Because it doesn’t require ducts, it can be mounted on a wall, a ceiling, or other modes.

You can qualify for a tax credit of up to $600 when you buy a ductless heat pump. See details here

If you want to transform a garage, attic, unheated room, or other area, contact an HVAC professional to walk you through the pros and cons of a mini-split heat pump and the maximum benefits it can bring to your home or business.

Elite HVAC techs install and service mini-split heat pumps in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island.