Many Kansas City area homeowners improve their quality of life and home value with the addition of a four season room. Four Season rooms, like screen porches give you the ability to feel outside while still in the “comfort” of your own home. The biggest difference is that have windows and in some cases insulation rather than just screens.
Four Season Rooms are Often Too Hot or Too Cold.
Although 4 Season Rooms by their very name imply that you can enjoy them Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, most Four Season Rooms have a dirty secret. They are too hot in the Summer and too cold in the winter. Why? Simple, they are usually built as a room addition and since your home was already built, there was no way to run additional HVAC duct work from your existing HVAC Unit, Heat Pump or Furnace. Add a ton of windows and viola, hard to control temperatures!
This leaves many homeowners constantly trying to control the comfort of their four season room with electric heaters, fans or noisy window air conditioning units.
Making Your 4 Season Room Comfortable – The Solution (Ductless Mini Splits)
The same name you know and trust for many other appliances in your home and pocket, SAMSUNG has launched the PEARL Ductless Mini Split heating and cooling system which is PERFECT for turning your Four Season Room into a comfortable place any time of the year.
The PEARL from SAMSUNG is a Ductless Mini Split system and is available in straight A/C or heat pump. Ductless mini split systems are among the most efficient heating and air conditioning systems on the market today. Conventional heat pump systems have a standard rating of 13 SEER while the SAMSUNG Heat Pump is an incredible 28.1 SEER.Click here to find a local installer and learn more.
Samsung PEARL Ductless Mini Split Advantages for Homes with Sunrooms
- Extreme Efficiency (20-40% savings!)
- LOW Noise (quieter than your Fridge)
- Quiet inside
- Quiet outside
- Can be integrated to a multi zone system
- Mobile Friendly
- Smart (built in wifi and mobile app enabled)
- Low Cost of Installation