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This is the perfect solution for a single room in your home that needs air or heat -- or for an addition, workshop or garage. Single Zone Mini Split Systems consist of one outdoor air Conditioner or heat pump, one indoor air handler and an installation kit. This creates a single miniature HVAC system that can be used to heat and/or cool any small area without using ductwork. Browse our selection and check out our video and more info below.
An important part of getting the right mini split is understanding what type of air handlers you need to fit your home. Check out our video on Mini split air handlers.
Do you have an addition you just built onto your home, a workshop or a garage you need temperature controlled and you don’t want to mess with adding ductwork or resizing your current HVAC system? Then a Single Zone Ductless Mini Split would be a perfect option for you. The only alterations to the building will be a small hole in the wall for the line sets, a pad put in place for the outdoor unit and a wall bracket installed onto the inside wall. All necessary accessories are on each product listing for your convenience.
A single zone mini split system can provide air conditioning to an add-on room, remodeled room or a room that just needs better AC coverage. Simple in concept and simple to install, ductless mini split single zone systems have been game-changers in many homes across the country. How Do Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioners Work | Information Library (hvacdirect.com)
Sizing your new Mini Split (for BTU rating) is based the square footage of the space you are wanting to heat or cool. The below chart is a rough estimate only. You will need a professional Mini Split Installer to give you a more accurate sizing for your specific needs.
Square footage = BTU Output
150 to 250 sq ft = 6,000 BTUs
250 to 300 sq ft = 7,000 BTUs
300 to 350 sq ft = 8,000 BTUs
350 to 400 sq ft = 9,000 BTUs
400 to 450 sq ft = 10,000 BTUs
450 to 550 sq ft = 12,000 BTUs
550 to 700 sq ft = 14,000 BTUs
700 to 1,000 sq ft = 18,000 BTUs
1,000 to 1,200 sq ft = 21,000 BTUs
1,200 to 1,400 sq ft = 23,000 BTUs
1,500 sq ft = 24,000 BTUs
What is a single zone mini split?
Mini split systems feature a single condenser, which sits outside the home, line sets and one or more air handlers inside. A single zone mini split has only one air handler, responsible for one zone (or room).
How many square feet does a mini split cool?
The coverage for a mini split AC system depends on its BTU rating. The greater the BTUs, the greater the coverage. You need approximately 30 to 60 BTUs for every square foot of area you wish to cover.
Are mini splits expensive to run?
Energy efficiency is a substantial benefit to mini split systems. Due to the tight tolerances in the manufacturing process and reduced air loss in a ductless system, energy usage – and therefor electricity usage - is less than with conventional systems.
AC means more than cooling. A single zone mini split, equipped with a heat pump, can provide year-round comfort without interfering with the home’s overall HVAC system. A heat pump reverses the heat extraction process in winter, extracting heat from the atmosphere and forcing it indoors. Standard Heat Pump and a Split System Heat Pump | Information Library (hvacdirect.com)
Mini splits are bestsellers in today’s market, and the best brands offer great reliability as well as superb customer support. There are more choices than ever before, and it’s helpful to understand all the options before committing to a new system. Best Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner & Heat Pump | Information Library (hvacdirect.com)