Ductless mini splits
Saving money and improving your indoor air quality.
Ductless mini splits are a convenient and highly efficient way to keep your home or office cool during the summer and comfortably warm during the winter.
If you’re thinking about installing a ductless mini-split system for your home or business, you’ve probably already done your research and know there are many options available. You’ve probably also heard that ductless mini-splits can be a great investment—but you might be wondering how to go about finding the right system. That’s where we step in! We can help custom design a ductless mini split system to meet your exact needs, even offering solutions for multiple rooms on a single system!
Individually Control Temperature
Mini-splits are heating and cooling systems that allow you to control the temperatures in individual rooms or spaces. They are made up of a mini-split unit (indoor) and a condensing unit (outside). A mini-split is similar to a traditional central heating and cooling system in the comfort it provides, but without the need to install ductwork.
Ductless mini-splits are very popular nowadays. They are compact and can be installed in almost any location and there is no ductwork to worry about. You can choose from a variety of options when it comes to ductless mini-splits.
One of the most common types is the traditional mini-split, which is the type of system that you’ll find in most homes. Traditional mini-splits are made up of two parts: a mini-split unit and a condensing unit. The mini-split unit has a compressor, blower, and controls. The condensing unit has the evaporator coil and controls. Installing ductless mini-splits is a great way to save money and improve comfort in your home.
There are a lot of things to consider when installing a ductless mini-split. The first step is to choose the right system for your home. If you are interested in saving money and improving your indoor air quality, we can help you find a great mini-split system that will fit your needs.
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One outdoor unit connects to one indoor unit.
With single-zone equipment, one outdoor unit connects to one indoor unit (see pages 18-25 for indoor units available). This option is ideal if you only need cooling and heating in a single space.
One outdoor unit can connect to up to eight indoor units.
Each zone is served by its own indoor unit. Indoor units come in a variety of forms including wall-mounted units, floor-mounted units, ceiling cassettes, and air handlers. Wall-mounted units tend to be the most popular, but a floor-mounted unit could be an attractive option for a sunroom that has windows, but no wall space. A high-performance air handler could replace an older system, such as a central system or boiler that previously cooled or heated an open space.
A single-zone system is ideal if you only need cooling and heating in a single space.
Multi-zone systems are designed for cooling and heating multiple spaces.