Marketing a ductless mini split

My hubby Carlos and myself made the mistake of buying a townhome that is too big. We decided to retire and relocate down south for good and all we really should have bought was a tiny one-bedroom house; we don’t need all this room we have now. Carlos and I got overjoyed by the deal with a big two story home so now we have two floors with numerous living rooms plus several washrooms – the two of us don’t need that space, and retired people certainly don’t need that type of work either. Carlos and I’s plan is to just close off the upstairs; we want to seal the upstairs up completely. It will not only lessen the workload, but also lower our utility bills. Right now, myself and Carlos are running the central Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning for a two story home. The central heating plus air has to keep up with numerous rooms as well as several washrooms. If both of us successfully close the upstairs part of the house, the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning will only need to keep up with one room and little washroom. What we really could do is close the air vents that are hooked up to the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning ducts which would mean the upstairs air duct could be closed off, and then we would also close all of the doors. Instead, I believe what myself and Carlos should do is rip out the central Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning and then install ductless Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning because it is more efficient and suits us better. The cost of the mini ductless cut will be so inexpensive; we just would have one indoor air handler downstairs which would be one device and one temperature control to run and have repairs on.

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