Ductless Systems in Eugene, OR
You can enjoy effective and energy-efficient cooling and heating throughout your home without ducts: ductless mini splits are a type of ductless heating and ductless air conditioning system that can replace the standard split air conditioner/heat pump, instead using wall-mounted units. Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. is the local Eugene, OR contractor to take care of all your ductless HVAC needs.
- Ensuring the indoor comfort of the Eugene/Springfield area since 1978
- Install your heating and cooling system better than anyone else in the Willamette Valley
- We disclose all costs prior to beginning our work so there are no surprises
We’re dedicated to ensuring a 100% satisfaction rate among our customers, and we promise the equipment we install will perform beyond your expectations. We also offer ductless HVAC maintenance, repair, and replacement.
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Ductless HVAC Installation
One of the benefits of a ductless mini split is that our technicians can install it into your home without having to disrupt parts of the house by putting in ducts. We put in an outdoor unit and attach it to different wall-mounted units around the house. These units blow out the heated and cooled air directly in the living space without using an inch of ductwork. It’s convenient, powerful, and highly energy efficient.
Ductless HVAC Repair
With regular maintenance from our techs, you’ll encounter very few issues with your ductless HVAC system. When you do have problems, you can reach us 24 hours a day to schedule repairs.
Ductless HVAC Replacement
Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. installs equipment so it lasts—we know the most important day for an HVAC system is the day it’s put in. However, your ductless system won’t last forever, and you only need to call us in Eugene, OR for a replacement when it’s time.
How can I maximize my comfort and savings?
Answer: Set the system to "heat" or "cool" mode and do not use auto mode. If you have multiple indoor units, make sure they’re all set to use the same mode. Use the "Auto" fan speed setting instead of quiet, low, medium, and high.
How often should I change my ductless filter?
Answer: Cleaning your ductless air filters every 2-4 weeks optimizes the performance of your ductless system.
What are these sounds coming from my ductless unit?
Answer: The "whirring", "clicking" or the sound of water rushing are normal and the result of thermal expansion, refrigerant movement, or mechanical parts.