Have you been thinking about doing a renovation or an addition to your home? Get the most efficient, quiet, and flexible heating and cooling system for your space. A mini-split heat pump installation delivers incredible four-season comfort with the lowest possible operating costs.
Here's why so many homeowners are choosing mini split air conditioning and heating systems:
- Efficiency up to 44 SEER
- Whisper-quiet operation
- Minimal space required
- Perfect for renovations and additions
- Multi-zone heating and cooling
- Superior dehumidification thanks to variable speed operation
- Flexibility with sizes; get a unit as small as 9000 BTU for your space
Why choose a ductless mini split AC install?
When you're pursuing a renovation or addition, your existing HVAC system might not be able to heat or cool the space. And if you're building a new structure behind your home, you don't want to install ductwork if you can help it.
However, sometimes, you need your mini-split to heat and cool multiple rooms. When that's the case, you can use a multi-zone mini-split or a ducted mini-split system.
This type of installation usually utilizes short duct runs, so you can still enjoy the superior efficiency of mini-split HVAC!
Many people think of mini-splits as air conditioners, but they can heat your space, too.
Unless you specifically ask for a mini-split that only offers cooling, your mini-split heat pump will cool and heat your space. It offers year-round comfort, all in an ultra-efficient package with no ducts to worry about!
How a mini-split works
- The system includes two main components: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit.
- The indoor unit, mounted to a wall, floor, or ceiling, quietly delivers conditioned air to your space.
- Refrigerant tubing runs between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit, which resembles the condenser unit for your home's AC system.
- Instead of sending conditioned air through ducts, the air is released directly from the unit itself; this process reclaims energy otherwise lost through duct systems and all but eliminates the fan noise you expect from a standard HVAC system.
- You can install multiple indoor units throughout a home or building and connect them to a single outdoor unit.
- Usually, the mini-split system operates at a low speed, which means minimal fan noise and excellent dehumidification during humid summer months.