As I previously mentioned, ductless heating and A/C systems are the current trend in the heating and A/C industry, but my employer is currently analyzing the benefits of the ductless proposal to determine whether we want to purchase one, and the first benefit of the ductless heating and A/C proposal is efficiency. Without the use of a connected ducting system, one is able to better regulate the flow of air into each individual room. While technology has greatly improved the ability to zone air within HVAC duct, the ductless heating and A/C proposal guarantees zone-control, but you never have to worry about your proposal over working to regulate un-even temperatures in a room located away from the heating and A/C system. This efficiency with the ductless heating and A/C proposal results in a twenty to fifty percent decrease in energy-related expenses. The other advantage of a ductless heating and A/C proposal is the elimination of leaky HVAC duct. If you own a good heating and A/C system, you will experience a leaky duct at some point, however leaks in HVAC duct can cause a significant increase in energy consumption and can lead to additional strain and wear on your heating and A/C system. Once you transition to the ductless heating and A/C system, you will never again have to worry about the repair involved in correct HVAC duct. Of course, the other benefit that I mentioned to our boss was that the office will look much nicer separate from HVAC duct. I hate seeing those ugly ducts hanging from the ceiling, and ductless systems are also better for local municipalities, as they put less of a strain on their power grids. The correct heating and A/C systems have typically been built to operate at maximum power regardless of the need.