Advantages of Purchasing and Installing a Mini Split vs Conventional HVAC Systems
A mini split air conditioner has indoor and outdoor components, but it takes up a lot less space than traditional heating and cooling systems. Another key difference is that it doesn’t rely on ducts to deliver heated and cooled air.
Much easier to install by the Average Homeowner and can be installed and running in half the time of a traditional heating and cooling system.
Can be operated by a WIFI or Non WIFI Remote Control instead of a Wall Mounted Thermostat.
Do It Yourself Mini Split Systems do not require you to Hire an HVAC Technician to Install or Vacuum the lineset as they are Pre-Charged along with the Compressor.
Mini Split Systems offer ease of Repair or Replacement of parts as opposed to the heavier parts of a Traditional system.
Mini Split Systems continue to operate even at low ambient Temperatures of 5 Degrees.
Mini Splits are available in Multi Head Systems which Heat and Cool every room with only one Compressor and No Ductwork. Multi Head Systems also come with separate remote controls for each room.
Mini Splits also offer Inverter Compressors which are more Energy Efficient costing you less to operate.
Mini Splits typically draw 8 amps of electricity in Heat Mode and 6 amps in Cool Mode.
More Affordable than your Traditional HVAC System.
Advantages of Purchasing and Installing Tankless Water Heaters vs Conventional Water Heaters
Tankless Heaters are Compact and typically Wall Mounted for use in Small Spaces where room is not an option.
Tankless Heaters are more economical than conventional heaters as they are usually On Demand and provide hot water only when Activated costing less in overall energy use and costs.
According to Energy.gov, “For homes that use 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, demand (or tankless) water heaters can be 24% to 34% more energy efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters.” Tankless water heaters (if gas-fired) will save homeowners over $100 annually the longer they remain in service.
Advantages of Purchasing and Installing PEX Plumbing vs Rigid PVC…
PEX Plumbing comes in different sizes much the same as Rigid PVC piping.
PEX is easily marked and purchased in Red ( Hot Water), Blue ( Cold Water), and White (Water Supply line)
PEX is more flexible than PVC and expands 5 times its size if it freezes. PVC will break when it freezes.
No Need to Use Glue or a Saw when using PEX. PEX can be cut to any length with an Inexpensive Cutter.
Can be pieced together quickly using appropriate sized Crimps, a Crimping Tool, and PEX fittings or Sharkbite Fittings.
We also have a PEX Tiny House/Shed/Cabin Basic Plumbing Kit which can easily and quickly Plumb a Small House or Cabin in just a few hours. Everything you need is included in this kit.