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Low Temp Ductless in Oregon

Quality Heating Solution for Extremely Cold Winters

Unlike furnaces that create or generate heat from a combustion chamber, ductless heat pumps work by transferring the warm air from the outside to the inside. Although such heating capacity is enough, especially in areas with mild winters like Oregon, most heat pumps stop working when the temperatures suddenly drop below -25°F to -15°F. Fortunately, Oregon Ductless offers low temp ductless systems. Designed to provide reliable heating even during the coldest climates, low temp ductless systems include a large heat exchanger and a high-capacity compressor for maximum performance.

To learn more, contact our Oregon ductless experts today at (503) 755-5332 or online.

Important Features of Low Temp Ductless

Because common heat pumps rely on the warm air outside to keep your home cozy, they become inefficient during severe weather conditions. Some do not even operate once temperatures drop to -30°F. This is also one of the main reasons why many homeowners think twice about getting a heat pump despite its energy efficiency. Thanks to low temp ductless or cold-weather heat pumps, however, homeowners like you can now have a highly efficient heat pump without worrying about it shutting down when you need it most.

How are low temp ductless systems different from regular heat pumps? Features include:

  • A built-in base heater to prevent the outside unit from freezing
  • A higher heating capacity than any other heat pumps available today
  • A metal fan guard instead of a plastic fan guard to withstand snow or frost
  • A larger heat exchanger and higher-capacity compressor to improve heating capacity

High-Performance Systems from Trusted Brands

Oregon Ductless proudly offers a wide selection of low temp ductless systems from trusted manufacturers including Daikin, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, and LG. Paying close attention to your specific needs and budget, our trained technicians can guide you toward the best model of cold-weather heat pump for your home. We then provide expert installation to ensure your low temp ductless operates optimally for years to come.

Call us at (503) 755-5332 to receive a free in-home quote for low temp ductless installation in Portland or anywhere in Oregon.

Our Customers are our Biggest Priority

See What They Have to Say About Oregon Ductless
  • Oh, my gosh! These guys are awesome.

    “They do good work, use good products, and the incentives are great! We liked the first one so much, we got a second system in the second side of a duplex.”

    - Julie R.
  • I'll be using them again, and highly recommending them to everyone.

    “Oregon Ductless did FANTASTIC work installing a new ductless heat pump for my customer. Everything was straightforward, great scheduling, and the installers were super knowledgeable about the product.”

    - Mike S.
  • I would recommend them to anyone looking for a new system.

    “Oregon Ductless is an amazing company and takes care of its customers!”

    - Ashley C.
  • Love our single wall head mini split.

    “The install is clean and looks great!”

    - Jacqueline P.
  • Fantastic company!

    “Installation was quick and easy, highly recommend!”

    - Alyssa E.
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Why Choose 
Oregon Ductless?

  • 0% Financing for 60 months

    Providing options to our customers where it matters most. Offer applies to Trane systems.

  • 365 Day, Money Back Guarantee

    We have integrity, and stand behind our services to ensure that you are satisfied.

  • We Are the Experts in Ductless Services

    Not only can we perform the services with precision, but we can also educate you on why ductless is the way to do.

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