Mini Split Installation
What is a Ductless Mini-Split?
A mini-split is a great option for houses with non-ducted heating systems. Examples would be heating systems such as hydronics, radiant panels and baseboard-style heaters. Mini-splits can also be great add-ons when building a room addition where you’re unable to extend your current ductwork. Mini-splits have an outdoor condenser and an indoor air-handling unit.
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Advantages of Ductless Mini-Splits
Mini-split systems are small and flexible.
Mini-splits are easier to install vs. other types of units made to do the same thing.
Mini-splits are ductless so you can avoid energy losses associated with ductwork.
The indoor air-handlers of the mini-splits can be mounted into a drop ceiling, suspended from the ceiling, hung on the wall, or free standing, since floor models are available.
The best advantage of installing a ductless mini-split is that the cost of adding air-conditioning to your home can be less than half as some other systems!
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There are tons of options to consider when investing in a cooling system. If you are living in a Western Washington home that does not have air ducts in the area you want to keep cool, installing mini splits may be a great option for you. Flexible installation, efficient cooling features for individual comfort, and excellent overall temperature control make mini splits an excellent choice for many homeowners.