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.

Achieve your goals for comfort and efficiency

Daiken 19 Series

Up to 19 SEER | Energy Star rated  | Very quiet

Ideal solution for spaces with primary living areas, rooms with poor air flow, renovations, basements, attics, garages, and home add-ons. Wall-mounted units are simple to install and can placed subtly, high on a wall, where they do not detract from your décor and operate very quietly. Daikin 19 Series is offered with an outstanding 12-year limited warranty*

Daiken Aurora- Floor Mount

Up to 20 SEER | Energy Star rated | Very quiet

AURORA floor mounted units are simple to install and can be setup in various configurations, on the floor or hanging low on a wall. Its low height enables the unit to fit perfectly beneath a window. The airflow distribution pattern of Daikin’s floor mounted unit is ideal for heating a space, and is a perfect replacement to traditional radiant systems. For the coldest regions, the outdoor units of this Daikin AURORA heat pump system have been redesigned to withstand extreme weather conditions with excellent energy efficiency ratings, even when it is down to -13°F / -25°C outside.

Daiken MXS Series Multi-zone (2, 3, 4 or 5 zones)

Up to 20 SEER | Energy Star rated | Very quiet

Daikin’s Multi-Split Systems are ideal for multi-room applications desiring individual room comfort in a space-saving design. With the ability to connect two, three, or four indoor units to a single outdoor unit, over 1,000 combinations are possible with the choice of wall mount units, slim duct units, ceiling cassette units or a combination. Systems offer energy efficiency levels up to 20.2 SEER and 12.5 HSPF for enhanced home comfort and energy savings. Suitable for both new build and renovation projects, Daikin Multi-Split Systems are the smart, reliable solution for your home.

“Paragon Heating is a great company! Excellent service!

— Jane, Everett, WA

Advantages of Ductless Mini-Splits

Mini-split systems are small and flexible.
In most cases, many models have as many as four indoor air-handling units. These cover up to four rooms or ‘zones’. The number of units you’ll need will depend on how much heating and cooling you need for each zone and how well your home is insulated. Every zone (room) has its own thermostat so you can control the temperature zone by zone, which will save you money when it comes to your energy bill.
Mini-splits are easier to install vs. other types of units made to do the same thing.
The hook-up needed to connect the indoor and outdoor units usually only requires a small, three-inch hole through the wall. You can also have the outdoor unit located as far as fifty feet away from the indoor unit!
Mini-splits are ductless so you can avoid energy losses associated with ductwork.
Losses in ducts account for more than 30% of energy consumption, especially if the ducts are located in an unconditioned space like an attic.
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.
Most of the indoor air units have a very sleek design and are about eleven inches deep. Many models also come with a remote control so you can turn the system off and on when it’s positioned higher on your wall or on your ceiling.
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!
Mini-splits also have a significantly lower operating cost. Rebates and other incentives may also be offered on certain models to help with the installation expense as well!

Looking for a ductless mini-split?

Read Next