For decades, split-zoning air-conditioning and heat pump systems have been the quiet solution for cooling and heating problems around the world. These powerful systems have three main components: an indoor unit, outdoor unit, and wireless controller.
A ductless, mini-split system is an option for cooling:
· Homes without ductwork or with poor ductwork. Frequently these are older buildings constructed before air conditioning existed.
· Homes with boilers or other methods of hot water heat
· Room additions, such as an added upper level or three-season porch.
· High level of customization.
· Ideal for “zoning” rooms in your home or for cooling individual rooms, each of which can have its own thermostat.
· Reduce energy loss sometimes associated with duct work.
· A heat pump can sometimes be incorporated to provide both heating and cooling.
· Anti-allergen filter prevents the cross-flow of air with contaminants.
· Whisper-quiet operation.
· Indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall. This is also a good option for room additions where duct work is not feasible.
· These systems don’t require ductwork, so they can be installed in a wide variety of settings, including homes with plaster walls and brick facades.
· These powerful systems have three main components: an indoor unit, outdoor unit, and wireless controller. The compressor and evaporator components are housed in separate units.