Here at Deets, we’re here for our customers. We believe in working with transparency to help take care of our community to the best of our ability. That’s why we’ll take the time to answer your questions so you can understand you’re getting top-quality services. Here are some of the most common questions we’re asked.
We’re happy to say, they’re the same thing! A ductless system is referred to as a mini-split because it combines an outdoor unit with indoor air handlers. These air handlers are split between rooms or “zones” to allow for customizable climate control.
Original heat pump systems weren’t suitable to use when winter temperatures reached below freezing. Now, modern heat pumps are more efficient, with air-source and geothermal heat pumps working in freezing temperatures without losing efficiency.
Air ducts are the long series of tubes that transfer cool or warm air throughout your home. Vents are the points where the ducts open up into a room. Your system will have two types of vents: supply and return. Supply vents deliver conditioned or warmed air into your space, and return vents pull in stale air and return it to the unit to be conditioned and recirculated.
If your home’s water all comes from the same water supply pipe, it makes sense to assume your home’s plumbing is the same throughout your space. The fact remains, the activities you do in your kitchen are vastly different from the tasks you complete in your bathroom. For professional kitchen plumbing inspections, repairs and installations, turn to the team at Deets.
Often, bathroom plumbing pipes are connected to one central drain pipe. When a blockage occurs, it can cause negative air pressure, forcing bubbles to travel backward through your plumbing. Water draining from your shower can force air up through your toilet, creating gurgling or bubbling sounds. With drain cleaning services from our team, we can eliminate this issue.