Ductless Mini Split Special

WANT A COOL BEDROOM BUT A WARMER HOME OFFICE? A DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT IS YOUR ANSWER!

Requiring no ductwork, mini split units heat or cool dedicated spaces efficiently and quietly with precise temperature regulation, while keeping energy costs down.

Rick Allgeier

Founder & CEO of Allgeier Air HVAC

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(502) 244-9999

With so many people working from home now, everyone is hungry for their own space. The mini split will allow every family member to adjust the temperature how they want in their own area, even in your man – or woman – cave.

Older Homes and Mini Splits Work Well Together

Many older homes in Louisville were not built with ductwork initially or cannot accommodate newer ductwork that is necessary with modern HVAC systems. A mini split unit allows you to preserve the integrity of your home’s architecture without having to carve out space for ducts and vents. And it’s more affordable than installing a full duct system.

Ideal for a small home or an older home needing a retrofit add-on, garage, basement, 2nd floor master, sunrooms, home offices, or room additions, this is the perfect solution to efficiently heat or cool your space.

Check out these other benefits:

  • Save money on your monthly energy bill.
  • Control the temperature in up to eight individual rooms or zones.
  • Cool or heat room add-ons easily without additional ductwork. Low maintenance for you.
  • Maximize space with compact indoor and outdoor units.
  • Incredibly quiet. Indoor units operate at just 26 dB (the level of softly rustling leaves!)
  • Better air flow. Hot spots are reduced.
  • High-speed. Quickly cools or heats to your preferred temperature.
  • Minimal installation. Our techs will install this unit quickly and efficiently.

A mini split can keep your family happy with regulated temperatures in your home.
–SAVE $200 ON A NEW DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT–

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Call or Text Allgeier Air, 502-244-9999 Today For Your Mini Split System. My team is standing by!

Best regards,
Rick Allgeier