Ductless mini-split systems allow homeowners to avoid energy lost through the ductwork of central forced air systems. This loss of energy can account for over 30% of energy used in central air conditioning – particularly if ducts are in unconditioned spaces like an attic.
Ductless heating and cooling systems are highly efficient systems that deliver warm or cool conditioned air directly into different rooms in your home without the use of ducts. Ductless systems, also known as mini split, multi-split, or variable refrigerant flow (VRF) heat pumps or air conditioning systems, use small heating and cooling air handlers for each individual room allowing for homeowners to enjoy separate heating and cooling zones throughout your home. Some ductless systems can accommodate up to four indoor units that can provide heating or cooling, and each of these air handlers can be controlled individually via its own wireless thermostat.
Popular Uses of Mini-Split Systems:
- Older Homes
- Sun Rooms
- New Additions and Remodels
- Home Offices
- Man Caves
- Home Theater Rooms