LG Ductless Air Conditioners – Houston, Dallas Ft. Worth and San Antonio, TX
- Are LG mini-spit systems available in heat pump versions?
- Is the indoor unit noisy?
- How many rooms can I heat and cool?
Renowned around the world as a technology innovator and manufacturer, LG has become a household word in Texas and throughout the USA. When it comes to home comfort systems, homeowners frequently choose ductless heat pumps and air conditioners. From single-zone systems designed to cool and warm a single room to multi-zone solutions for whole-house heating and cooling, you’ll find a wide selection of both outdoor compressor and condenser units and indoor modules to match every situation, design challenge and cost considerations. The 5-year parts and 7-year compressor limited warranties assure you of reliable comfort for years to come. Anywhere in the San Antonio area, as well as in the Dallas Fort Worth and Houston metro areas, you’ll find many residential HVAC companies who proudly supply, install and maintain high-quality mini-split heating and cooling equipment. Choose from any of these product lines:
- Select from a wide range of attractive indoor units
- 9,000 to 36,000 BTU per hour capacities for any space
- Inverter technology and high-efficiency up to 24 SEER
LG offers one of the widest ranges of options for single-zone, duct-free heat pump cooling and heating systems available anywhere. From their unique Art Cool indoor units that let you use your own artwork to conceal the hardware to outdoor unit choices that give you options for low initial cost or maximum performance and efficiency, your HVAC contractor will show you systems that are ideal for your home and fit your budget and energy-saving requirements. This model line is extensive and varied and lets you use wall-mounted, ceiling cassette and slim duct indoor modules, all controlled with easy-to-use remote systems to give you precise and simple control of your indoor comfort.
Rely on your local contractor to help you select your perfect system from the LA and LS series of indoor modules and H series of compact, attractive outdoor compressor and condenser units. Whichever combination you choose, you’ll enjoy whisper-quiet comfort and big savings on your energy bills. There’s a single-zone system to match any home and budget.
Multi-Zone Multi-F Models
- Heat and cool 2-8 zones for whole-home comfort
- Mix and match the widest variety of indoor units
- 18,000 to 60,000 BTU per hour capacity range
If you need heating and cooling for your entire home or multiple rooms and zones, there are efficient, affordable solutions available to match your requirements and at competitive prices. The Multi-F CHV and HV series outdoor units operate quietly, and their attractive appearance combines with state-of-the-art inverter technology to give you high-efficiency economical performance. Add a mix and match range of indoor units that include wall-mount, ceiling cassette and slim duct models to create a customized system with over 1,000 different combinations. All provide you with heating, even when outdoor temperatures drop to as low as -4 degrees, plus efficient, almost silent cooling.
You control the climate of each zone or room independently, using a variety of optional control systems. Talk to your local AC company about your home and learn about all of the possibilities for a money-saving multi-zone installation. Each system is customized to match your needs and budget. All options deliver outstanding performance and energy bill savings.
Customized Ductless AC and Heat Pump Systems for Texas
Many air conditioning companies have long experience with supplying, installing and maintaining ductless heat pumps and air conditioners across all areas of Texas, from Keller, Arlington and Weatherford to Desoto, Roanoke and Wylie in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, from Boerne, Bandera Falls and Leon Valley to Gruene, Lacoste and Castroville in the San Antonio suburbs, and from Katy, Greatwood and Beasley to Fulshear, Danbury and Magnolia in the Houston suburbs.
Very popular with homeowners, these systems are among the most flexible in both model choices and total cost. As with any investment in your home comfort, you should carefully compare all of your options in pricing, brand, model and cost of ownership. Consider all aspects of the HVAC equipment you choose, from efficiency and capacity to warranties and the total initial cost. Once your new system is installed, you’ll enjoy a more comfortable home and the energy savings.