Minneapolis is the more cosmopolitan of the Twin Cities. From the award-winning Guthrie Theater to the Walker Art Center, there’s no shortage of culture here in the Mini Apple.
The city’s also got plenty of heart and tradition. Even while neighborhoods in Nordeast are changing, it’s still a traditionally working-class and immigrant neighborhood.
And, for as much as the North Loop has changed, the Warehouse District there is on the National Register of Historic Places for its preservation of iconic buildings.
That mix of culture, tradition and urban renewal also means a mix of housing stock. You’ll find styles from the early 1900s to new single homes, duplexes, and triplexes.
Common older homes include bungalows, capes, and cottages. You’ll also find larger Victorian homes, mostly in the Uptown area.
Residents love these homes for their cozy feel and historical look. Ductless systems are especially suitable for older homes like these. Many of these homes have radiator heat, and central air wasn’t available when they were built.
You’d have to drastically change the look and feel of these homes to install central air or heat. It involved carving out room for big, bulky ductwork.
Now, ductless gives you state-of-the-art climate control without a big installation project. It keeps the historic homes intact while keeping you comfortable all year-round.
And, ductless works just as well in newer housing and multi-unit dwellings. The systems are whisper-quiet and easy to install. For duplexes and triplexes, each tenant has their own climate control. And, in larger luxury homes, each room gets treatment it needs.
Scroll down to read about Freedom Heating and Air Conditioning work installing ductless heating and air conditioning in Minneapolis, MN. And, contact us to find out what we can do for your home.