The majority of homeowners are informed about central air conditioners.
Mini-split systems are a kind of ductless heating and cooling. Rather than providing conditioned air to the total residence through a network of air ducts, they heat and cool one room at a time. This allows more targeted temperature control, increasing comfort and energy efficiency.
Mini-splits are most like heat pumps in the way they operate. Both styles of equipment provide electric cooling, the same as an air conditioner. This uses refrigerant to draw out heat from in a building and exhausting that heat outside. Then, a reversing valve enables the system to run backward, warming your house in the winter by extracting heat from outdoor air and depositing it inside.
The biggest difference between mini-splits and heat pumps is that mini-split systems don’t require ductwork. Alternatively, the indoor unit has a built-in air handler, which is installed on the wall or ceiling in the room you wish to heat and cool. Copper tubes, wiring and a condensate drain line connect to an outdoor condensing unit through a little conduit in the wall. This exterior component looks much like an air conditioner or heat pump condenser.
More than one indoor unit can work off of one outdoor condenser, allowing you to heat and cool your full house with this system if desired. This arrangement also makes zoning feasible, an extremely desirable feature that lets you choose when, where and how much you heat and cool distinct spaces.
Mini-splits are a good option for many households. Consider these reasons why getting a ductless mini-split might be a wise choise for your needs:
Ductless mini-splits are extremely efficient systems, but you could still be thinking why you would want to select it over a regular furnace and air conditioner. Here’s why a growing number of the U.S. homeowners are installing ductless mini-splits:
The same as traditional HVAC systems, ductless mini-splits require careful sizing and Expert installation to ensure the best performance. Our knowledgeable mini split installers in the U.S. can help you decide if a mini-split system will fit your needs. We can then assist with finding the correct equipment size and model to make your home as comfortable and energy-efficient as possible.
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