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What is a Ductless Mini Split?

A ductless mini split is a variant to the basic central air setup, but instead of a single condenser feeding a single air handler, a ductless mini split might have multiple air handlers. Central air uses ductwork, and all rooms get the same air treatment; with a mini split, each room is served individually by its own air handler. No ductwork is used. For more information on What is a Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner please read our article and other helpful information in our Information Library.

Are multi zone mini splits worth it?

Multi zone mini splits can save you a lot of money. With lower energy bills, lower installation costs, minimal maintenance, and the ability to heat and cool your home’s zones individually, multi zone mini splits are an excellent heating and cooling solution

How many square feet does a mini split cool?

A mini split can cool a large house – over 3,000 square feet - if the equipment has the appropriate BTU rating. Depending on factors like geographic location, ceiling height, insulation depth and the extent of windows, you can expect to need 25 to 60 BTUs per square foot of living space. For more information about how to size your system please visit our sizing guide.

How are ductless mini splits installed?

The installation process for a mini split system is much easier than that of a traditional system. In fact, most DIY systems follow a 3-step process of:
  • Installing the condenser (outside)
  • Running pre-charged refrigerant lines through a 3-inch hole in the exterior wall
  • Installing the air handlers (indoors), attaching the refrigerant lines
  • Mini split air conditioning systems are a great solution for keeping a single room climate controlled, but did you know that wall-mounted and other ductless mini splits can control the temperature in multiple rooms? Mini splits provide a smart way to regulate the temperature in different parts of your home exactly the way you want to.