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Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing is the only Daikin Authorized Comfort Pro in the Frederick area, which means we have access to the latest home comfort technology and products that other local contractors don't. The ductless mini-split is one example of this advanced technology. Contact our team no matter which brand of ductless system you have, and you can count on us to…
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We’ve been your local professional problem solvers since 1995. Whether you’re still deciding if a ductless mini-split is right for you or you have a ductless system in need of repairs, we're the people to call.
Customer Service Is Your Right and Our Commitment! Contact us today for quality ductless mini-split services in Frederick and Montgomery County.
Ductless HVAC Installation
Daikin products include some of the best ductless AC units on the market. No matter what type of ductless HVAC installation you choose, however, you’ll be better off with a unit with a high SEER rating. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, and the higher this rating, the more efficient the air conditioner.
Ductless HVAC systems have a higher SEER range than many conventional central AC or furnace systems. Plus, their setup involves multiple air handlers that can be individually controlled, making them even more efficient.
Ductless HVAC Replacement
Ductless HVAC systems operate on heat pump technology. This means they use refrigerant to transfer heat, making them efficient heaters and effective air conditioners. You may choose a ductless HVAC replacement system in favor of a furnace and air conditioner combo for efficiency, or you might already have a heat pump in place and want to make an upgrade.
Ductless HVAC Repair
Ductless systems are unique when it comes to installation. They do not require ductwork, and the air handlers are typically wall-mounted, then connected to the outdoor unit via a conduit that runs through a hole in your drywall into each room where you have an air handler. This conduit contains a power line, refrigerant line, and condensate line. Due to this unique setup, you will need qualified professionals to handle ductless HVAC repair whenever it crops up.