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Traditional central air conditioning is not always the best fit for every home. If you have an older home, installing whole house air conditioning may not be possible due to lack of space for ductwork. Fortunately, there’s a popular, flexible solution: ductless heating and cooling. What Is Ductless A/C? Ductless A/C units don’t need full-sized air ducts to work. A conventional central A/C system generates cold air at a single point and distributes it via large ducts throughout the home. A ductless air conditioner, on the other hand, uses an individual fan and evaporator unit for each room. Also called a mini split A/C, these units are quieter, more efficient and more adaptable than traditional systems. Ductless A/C installation is also easier and cheaper. To find out how you can further increase your air conditioner efficiency, follow these energy-saving tips. Explore Ductless Air Conditioners If you need heating as well as cooling, you can install a ductless A/C with heater. A heat pump is a great way to supplement heat in home additions or areas that are difficult to warm, such as rooms over garages, porches or basements. There are also mini split units with timers if you want it to turn on and off at specific times. Reference our handy air conditioner buying guide when it’s time to consider your air conditioning options.

Heating And Air Conditioning

Tips for Choosing Ductless A/C Traditional central air conditioning is not always the best fit for every home. If you have an older home, installing whole house air conditioning may not be possible due to lack of space for ductwork. Fortunately, there’s a popular, flexible solution: ductless heating and cooling. What Is Ductless A/C? Ductless A/C units don’t need full-sized air ducts to work. A conventional central A/C system generates cold air at a single point and distributes it via large ducts throughout the home. A ductless air conditioner, on the other hand, uses an individual fan and evaporator unit for each room. Also called a mini split A/C, these units are quieter, more efficient and more adaptable than traditional systems. Ductless A/C installation is also easier and cheaper. To find out how you can further increase your air conditioner efficiency, follow these energy-saving tips. Explore Ductless Air Conditioners If you need heating as well as cooling, you can install a ductless A/C with heater. A heat pump is a great way to supplement heat in home additions or areas that are difficult to warm, such as rooms over garages, porches or basements. There are also mini split units with timers if you want it to turn on and off at specific times. Reference our handy air conditioner buying guide when it’s time to consider your air conditioning options. Read more

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Tips for Choosing Ductless A/C Traditional central air conditioning is not always the best fit for every home. If you have an older home, installing whole house air conditioning may not be possible due to lack of space for ductwork. Fortunately, there’s a popular, flexible solution: ductless heating and cooling. What Is Ductless A/C? Ductless A/C units don’t need full-sized air ducts to work. A conventional central A/C system generates cold air at a single point and distributes it via large ducts throughout the home. A ductless air conditioner, on the other hand, uses an individual fan and evaporator unit for each room. Also called a mini split A/C, these units are quieter, more efficient and more adaptable than traditional systems. Ductless A/C installation is also easier and cheaper. To find out how you can further increase your air conditioner efficiency, follow these energy-saving tips. Explore Ductless Air Conditioners If you need heating as well as cooling, you can install a ductless A/C with heater. A heat pump is a great way to supplement heat in home additions or areas that are difficult to warm, such as rooms over garages, porches or basements. There are also mini split units with timers if you want it to turn on and off at specific times. Reference our handy air conditioner buying guide when it’s time to consider your air conditioning options.

Heating And Air Conditioning

Heating and Cooling With Lowe’s When the weather turns cold but you want to stay outside, it’s time to start a fire in a gas fire pit, chiminea or outdoor fireplace. Get things going with an outdoor fireplace kit, and keep it burning with wood-burning fireplace inserts or electric fireplace inserts. No firewood? No problem. Mix things up with fire glass for a unique experience. Lowe’s has a wide selection of wall fireplaces, gas fireplaces, gas logs and electric fireplaces as well as a stylish selection of fireplace mantels and fireplace hearths to keep you cozy. You can also find everything you need to keep the fire going with additional fireplace tools, like electric fireplace inserts, fireplace tools and accessories. Keep the flame contained with fireplace screens or fireplace doors. Don’t fancy fireplaces? Lowe’s also carries a ton of HVAC solutions, Honeywell thermostats, Nest learning thermostats, pellet stoves, wood-burning stoves, furnaces, space heaters, infrared heaters, kerosene heaters, propane heaters and bathroom heaters to keep you warm. Looking for a smart thermostat? Our selection makes it easy to find the best thermostat for your home. Honeywell heating controls will have your home warm in a flash. What about your water? Make sure you have a top-of-the-line water heater for your home. We also carry steel tubing and other plumbing parts for your water supply system. Need to cool things down? Bring in the breeze with our selection of ceiling fans and evaporative coolers. Breathe easy with a Honeywell air purifier. And don’t forget to pick up your air filters and air filter replacements. We have a huge selection of residential air filters, whole house air filters, commercial air filters and industrial air filters, which includes basic flat air filters and pleated air filters. Remember, when you want to find the best furnace or air filter for your home needs, come to Lowe’s.

Heating And Air Conditioning

When the weather turns cold but you want to stay outside, it’s time to start a fire in a gas fire pit, chiminea or outdoor fireplace. Get things going with an outdoor fireplace kit, and keep it burning with wood-burning fireplace inserts or electric fireplace inserts. No firewood? No problem. Mix things up with fire glass for a unique experience. Lowe’s has a wide selection of wall fireplaces, gas fireplaces, gas logs and electric fireplaces as well as a stylish selection of fireplace mantels and fireplace hearths to keep you cozy. You can also find everything you need to keep the fire going with additional fireplace tools, like electric fireplace inserts, fireplace tools and accessories. Keep the flame contained with fireplace screens or fireplace doors. Don’t fancy fireplaces? Lowe’s also carries a ton of HVAC solutions, Honeywell thermostats, Nest learning thermostats, pellet stoves, wood-burning stoves, furnaces, space heaters, infrared heaters, kerosene heaters, propane heaters and bathroom heaters to keep you warm. Looking for a smart thermostat? Our selection makes it easy to find the best thermostat for your home. Honeywell heating controls will have your home warm in a flash. What about your water? Make sure you have a top-of-the-line water heater for your home. We also carry steel tubing and other plumbing parts for your water supply system. Need to cool things down? Bring in the breeze with our selection of ceiling fans and evaporative coolers. Breathe easy with a Honeywell air purifier. And don’t forget to pick up your air filters and air filter replacements. We have a huge selection of residential air filters, whole house air filters, commercial air filters and industrial air filters, which includes basic flat air filters and pleated air filters. Remember, when you want to find the best furnace or air filter for your home needs, come to Lowe’s.

Heating And Air Conditioning

Ground source, or geothermal, heat pumps are similar to ordinary heat pumps, but instead of transferring heat to or from outside air, they rely on the stable, even temperature of the earth to provide heating and air conditioning. Many parts of the country experience seasonal temperature extremes, which would require large-capacity heating and cooling equipment to heat or cool buildings. For example, a conventional heat pump system used to heat a building in Montana’s −70 °F (−57 °C) low temperature or cool a building in the highest temperature ever recorded in the US—134 °F (57 °C) in Death Valley, California, in 1913 would require a large amount of energy due to the extreme difference between inside and outside air temperatures. A few feet below the earth’s surface, however, the ground remains at a relatively constant temperature. Utilizing this large source of relatively moderate temperature earth, a heating or cooling system’s capacity can often be significantly reduced. Although ground temperatures vary according to latitude, at 6 feet (1.8 m) underground, temperatures generally only range from 45 to 75 °F (7 to 24 °C).

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