I have recently made the decision to move out of my apartment and have a custom home built. I have been saving up for several years now and I’m excited to finally see my house and my vision come into focus. I’ve been trying to remain open-minded throughout the process and have landed on some decisions that I might not have made had I built this two years ago (for example: all wood flooring). Now that I’m at the portion of the construction that requires central heating and central air conditioning decisions, I’m looking at a variety of options. One thing that I thought would be a requirement for the HVAC system is the ductwork system. As it turns out, there are plenty of ductless HVAC options available as well. With ductless mini split air conditioning and boiler and/or ductless heat pumps, I could potentially have a home with heating and air conditioning that doesn’t require regular ductwork cleaning or anything like that. I wanted to get some perspective online before I made a firm decision on my central heating and central air conditioning. Has anyone here had any experience with ductless HVAC systems? Any of the above- ductless heat pumps, multi split air conditioning or boilers- or anything that I have failed to mention here. I really want your perspective on this. I’m leaning toward ductless HVAC solutions, but don’t want to end up getting into something that I have to end up paying to undo to get the standard central heating and central air conditioning. Please let me know your thoughts on ductless HVAC options and whether or not you recommend it!