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Whole House Ductless Heat Pumps


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Choose Whole House Ductless Heat Pumps for Incredible Comfort

Purchasing a new heating and cooling system can be a bit overwhelming. How do you decide what is the best option for your family? Should you replace your existing furnace with the same type?


How can you have cool air in the summer without having to plug up all your windows with a window air conditioning unit? How can you save money while still getting the comfort you seek?

Choose a whole-house ductless heat pump for your heating and cooling needs. These systems are energy efficient, have a low carbon footprint, and bring you and your family lasting comfort. Mt. Hood Ductless guides you through the process of finding the right system to fit your needs. Our knowledgeable staff stands ready to offer assistance in choosing the best unit and quick installation with minimal interruption to your day.

Tips for Choosing Your Whole House Ductless Heat Pump

When researching the best ductless heat pump system to cover your whole house, you will want to do your research. While you are familiarizing yourself with what is out there, keep these tips in mind:


Bigger isn’t always better. Choosing a system that fits your house’s size is a better choice because too large of a unit will waste money, and too small will wear out faster. Your focus should be on the BTUs required for the size of the building. We take the hard work out by assessing the best size to cover your home. It will save you time and money.


One massive advantage of the ductless heat pump is the energy efficiency. Even within this category of heating and cooling systems, there are different levels of efficiency. In general, you want to look for a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 13 or better.


It is easy to assume that any of these units can be plugged right into your standard 110-120 volt outlet. That isn’t the case. While smaller systems can use a home’s standard outlet, larger ones will require a 220-240 volts outlet.


Leading manufacturers understand that you are making a long-term investment, so they create quality products you can depend on. They will also back them with fantastic warranties. With regular maintenance, you can trust the warranties to see you through the life of your new system.

Trusted Ductless Heat Pumps Installation from Mt. Hood

Feel confident in your choice when you work with Mt. Hood Ductless. Our dedicated team provides quality installations of your new ductless heat pump system so that you can rest easier. We work in the Clackamas, Sandy, Milwaukie, Oregon City, Canby, and Happy Valley areas with top-notch service from the first phone call. Experience it for yourself when you call us today.

Contact us today at 503-387-6267 to schedule an appointment. We are available for emergency service by appointment. We offer installations, repairs, and maintenance services for all brands and models of ductless heat pumps and mini-split systems.


How does a ductless system work and how is it controlled?
Ductless heating and cooling systems are two-way heat pumps that transfer heat between outdoor and indoor air by compressing and expanding refrigerant.
What rebates are available for ductless systems?

Many utilities in the Northwest offer their customers rebates up to $1,500 for upgrading an existing electric heating system to a ductless system.

Contact Mt Hood Ductless for info on your local electric utility offers. Call us 503-387-6267

How long does it take to install a ductless system

One or two head indoor units will take one day for routine installations. Three or four head indoor units may take two days; barring unforeseen issues, they may extend installation times.

How do I submit the forms for rebates, offers and, incentives

Mt Hood Ductless handles all rebates, incentives and, promotions farms to insure you get your funds.

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