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Duct vs Ductless Air Conditioners
Hi this is my first post,
I have 1250 sq. ft cabin that I keep at 72 degrees. To do this I have a 12000 BTU and a 6000 BTU and another 6000 BTU. I’m tempted to reinvest in a new system but I was wondering if it makes more sense to switch from a ductless system to a duct system.
Here are my options:
1) Replace my 3 units with 3 more units with the same BTU’s
2) Replace my 3 units with 1 big unit (24000 BTU’s say,)
3) Replace my ductless system with a duct system.
No matter the system I reinvest in, it’ll probably cost me a lot which is fine, I`m not here to compare prices. The question I have for you pros is which is the most sustainable future equipment investment strategy? Basically which option will give me the most bang for my buckÉ
Note: The matter is a bit more complex because some mini-split air conditioners qualify for a federal tax credit due to The American Tax Payer Relief Act of 2012.
http://senville.com/air-conditioner-tax-credits/ or here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/America...ef_Act_of_2012