T.F. O’Brien installs hundreds of Ductless systems every year.
Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems are perfect for room additions and other areas where duct work is impractical.
Ductless systems deliver the heating and cooling comfort of a traditional systems to specific individual spaces in your home.
Whether you’re creating a quiet, comfort-controlled home theater room, or simply want to heat or cool an area in your home without ducts, the wide variety of ductless systems give you the efficiency, aesthetics, and comfort of a traditional central heating and cooling system.
They are also an efficient and quiet alternative to a window air conditioner unit.
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"I was completely satisfied with the professionalism, quality, and courteousness of your service. I will continue to call on and recommend you all future AC/Heating needs. Thank You."
- T.F., Baldwin, NY
Review scores last updated 11/30/20
Contact us to find out if a ductless system is right for you or see some testimonials of happy ductless customers below:
“I chose to install a duct-free system because I trust the Carrier® name, and also because of the rebate available. I did not have a previous system, so I was new to ductless air conditioning. The installer was very helpful. He walked me through the mechanics of the system and provided me with educational brochures. I would definitely recommend this system to other people, as it’s energy efficient. It’s also very quiet – sometimes we wouldn’t even realize it’s running if not for the cold air coming out!”
~ Joanne R., New York
“Initially, I chose to install my duct-free split system because of the price. I had researched the product beforehand, but my installer helped me better understand how the system would work. It was less invasive to install than other systems, and I appreciate the quietness. I’d recommend it to others because of the quiet operation and advanced functions.”
~ Kevin M., New York