Say About Us
convenience & satisfaction
are our main focus.
The HVAC experts at Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning have the skills and experience to install any brand, type, or configuration for ductless systems. First, your technician will analyze the space to determine what size unit will work most efficiently. Then, along with the customer, they determine where to place the system to best suit the operation and aesthetics of the unit. Installation can be completed in one day, sometimes in only a few hours.
Ductless mini-split systems are reliable, and with regular preventive maintenance, they have a long functional life span. If you ever have an issue with your mini-split unit, our team of trained professionals has the equipment and know-how to diagnose and repair any brand or type of equipment. We also offer 24/7 emergency service for urgent service calls.
We are a four-generation, family-owned and -operated HVAC and plumbing company that serves our neighbors in Lehigh, Northampton, and Carbon counties. We are committed to providing honest, straightforward solutions for all of our customers’ heating, cooling, and plumbing needs.
To learn more about ductless mini-split systems, or to schedule a consultation, contact the HVAC experts at Andreas by calling 610-377-5261 today.
Ductless mini-split systems are effective, energy-efficient, and provide exceptional installation flexibility. They’re available in both single-zone and multi-zone designs, to suit a variety of applications where installing traditional ductwork just isn’t feasible.
This type of system combines multiple energy-saving technologies, and it’s one of the most energy-efficient ways to heat and cool your home. When compared to traditional central air systems, a ductless mini-split can help save 30% (or more) on your monthly utility bills.
Installing and kind of HVAC equipment is complex and should be done by a professional, especially if you want to maintain the manufacturer’s warranty coverage.
A ductless mini-split system uses multiple components, an outdoor unit and one (or more) indoor units, to act as a stand-alone system, supplemental system, or zoned system that heats and cools certain rooms in your home. The fact that they don’t require ductwork makes them less invasive to install and flexible enough to suit almost any location.