It wasn’t a difficult sell.
I was like 8 afternoons away from having my first renter transport in and I was finding out that the ductwork in my first rental home wasn’t up to snuff. So the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C contractor proposed an alternative. Instead of replacing the heat pump and the entire ductwork system, she could put in three strategically sited ductless heat pumps. I feel she called it a multi split ductless heat pump system if I’m not mistaken. So that’s what my pal and I ended up doing. I made that option because there entirely wasn’t any other choice. Not only would ripping out and replacing the ductwork run me thousands of dollars over my renovation budget, there wasn’t any time. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional, as unbelievable as she is, just wasn’t going to be able to get the ductwork replaced and do the up-to-date residential Heating, Ventilation, and A/C replacement in a week. So like I said, it wasn’t a difficult sell when she proposed that my pal and I go with the ductless heat pump. For sure, that first rental home was a large learning curve for me in several ways. But using ductless heat pump technology was absolutely a blessing. I’m using only that heating and cooling method in every other rental home I end up buying. It’s so cost efficient and in several of the homes that are out there, ductwork is worthless. Plus, the renters love the fact that they can customize their heating and cooling using the separate ductless heat pumps. For sure, I’ve been so satisfied with what could have been a calamity. I’ll be forever indebted to my awesome Heating, Ventilation, and A/C contractor for showing me the way with the multi split ductless heat pump system.