The more intimate of the Twin Cities, St. Paul boasts diverse neighborhoods and populations. There’s the college-oriented Macalester-Groveland, for instance, and the up-and-coming Lowertown. The historic Merriam Park and the working-class Thomas Dale.
That diversity results in a smattering of events throughout Pig’s Eye all year long: Hmong cultural festivals in Payne-Phalen, the Minnesota State Fair in Como, and Cinco de Mayo festivities on the West Side.
That’s not to mention year-round institutions such as the Summit Avenue Historic District and the trails and attractions along the Mississippi riverfront.
All that adds up to St. Paul being called “The most livable city in America.” And, the people living here do so in a wide variety of houses. When it comes to climate control in these homes, ductless heating and air conditioning has something to offer all of them.
The Capital City has a significant number of duplexes and triplexes. These are often converted from single-family dwellings. As a result, they’re not optimized for airflow.
That means you often get hot and cold spots throughout the house. And, of course, each tenant wants to control their temperature. A ductless multi-zone setup offers the flexibility to address all of that.
Then there are historic houses and vintage properties including old Victorians and turn-of-the-century cottages and bungalows. Ductless lets you upgrade the HVAC systems without changing the look and feel of a home.The installation is minimal and discrete. And, the outdoor heat pumps and condensers are barely noticeable.
Finally, ductless heating and air conditioning is a huge benefit for new luxury homes, condos, and multi-unit dwelling. It’s whisper-quiet, energy-efficient and easy to install.
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