Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioning & Heat Pump
Central air conditioning units, which require ductwork and heating systems, are used by many homes during the summer for cooling. They need heating systems and ductwork so that they can transport air. On the other hand are homes that use heat pumps that supply both cooling and heating and these pumps require ducts that in time leak and waste up to 30% of energy, increasing your energy expenditure.
But by getting rid of air ducts, you can prevent this problem from happening. That is why a mini split or a ductless cooling system is advised for an even more efficient cooling and heating versus a standard air conditioning.A ductless mini split is also designed with heat pump technology to provide ductless heating in the winter, saving you from investing on and using a separate heating system.
How does it work? A ductless system features an outdoor unit that comes with a compressor and a condenser coil. It is connected to an indoor component through electrical cables and refrigerant lines. A mini split AC system does not require a centralized duct and an evaporator coil because it has a separate air handler for every zone, keeping energy cost low and prolonging the life your system.
The indoor portion combines an air filter, an evaporator coil and a fan in a ceiling-mounted package or a small wall. This component is connected to the outdoor unit through a small opening in the wall for its electrical lines and the refrigerant, allowing for quick and easy installation, maintenance or repair.
A smaller ductless cooling or ductless heating system with a single air handler is ideal for a room, while a larger one work with multiple air handlers and has a separate control for every zone.
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A mini-split is an efficient, scalable way to add cooling or heating to specific rooms of a home. Also known as ductless mini-split air conditioners and heaters, they consist of one or more wall, floor, or ceiling-mounted indoor units connected to an outdoor compressor. They’re easier to install than a full ducted system, more efficient than window units or central HVAC, and they often make sense as a supplement to your existing heating and cooling equipment—giving a boost to an isolated area of your home. Add in thermostat-like controls alongside smart-home integration and mini-splits start to sound pretty great—but they aren’t cheap, with installation costs that can reach into the five figures. (Many local utility companies offer rebates to offset some of that.)
The exact mini-split equipment you need depends on your home’s unique heating and cooling requirements, and your options are limited to the qualified installers in your area—but we’ve researched this topic enough to be able to tell you about the scenarios when mini-split systems make sense and how to decide among the brands available. We asked installers, manufacturers, and homeowners who have mini-split systems to tell us what anyone considering one would need to know.
Who should get this
If you want to cool or heat specific rooms with better efficiency and less clutter than window ACs and space heaters—and less complexity than central HVAC—consider a mini-split system. Central HVAC usually forces air through several rooms—or the entire house—often heating or cooling rooms that aren’t even being used. “If you turn the water faucet on in the kitchen and every other water faucet turned on throughout the househow efficient is that? That’s what central systems do,” says Mike Smith, senior marketing manager of Mitsubishi Electric, one of the prominent mini-split brands sold in North America.
Pros of a mini-split system
Mini-splits are popular as retrofits into existing construction, for a reason that also happens to be another big source of their efficiency: They don’t require costly duct work. This means they’re much easier to install than a traditional ducted HVAC system, and they can deliver more of the conditioned air they produce, too. According to Tim De Stasio, president of Southern Comfort Consulting and Service of Greensboro, North Carolina, “ductwork loses heat, especially in attics, and here in the South our attics can get up to degrees.” This is not to say installation is simple, however.
Another appealing factor about a mini-split is a lot of flexibility in sizing the system to your needs. The system consists of two types of units: one outdoor condenser and the individually controlled air-delivering indoor units, which you have at least one of (or, maybe, four). These connect by a refrigerant line and a drain line. The indoor units vary in size based on what the room needs, and they’re typically mounted high on a room’s wall and are about the size of a long duffel bag. Some indoor units can also be mounted on the floor or recessed into a ceiling. The ceiling units are more discreet, but they require a much more invasive installation. The outdoor unit can be as small as a piece of luggage, but the more indoor units you have, the larger the outdoor unit needs to be to support them. “If you want to take care of more rooms in the future, you just leave a little extra capacity on the outdoor unit,” Smith said.
Mini-splits offer a lot of control, too, beyond their ability to be programmed like a regular thermostat. The best models can sense when someone is in the room (or not) and adjust the temperature accordingly, and then they can direct the air either away from you or toward you based on your preferences. Most models include a wireless remote and/or a wireless wall-mounted controller, and many can be controlled via smart phone or be integrated into a larger system like Nest or Alexa. We’ve tested a few standalone devices that act as thermostats for the individual rooms where the indoor units live.
Where mini-splits work well
Mini-splits can work as a small space’s primary system in a mild climate, but more often they’re ideal for rooms that don’t already have a heating and cooling system—like an addition, finished basement, attic bonus room, or a garage workshop. They can also add air conditioning to a high traffic area like a kitchen or living room, or even a room where you just might want a little extra temperature control like a nursery. For some homes, a couple of well-placed indoor units can handle the heating and cooling needs for most of the year.
Mini-splits also make sense in rooms that are off-kilter from the rest of the home’s heating system. De Stasio mentioned sunrooms, which are “pretty much glass ovens” that heat up and cool down much faster than the rest of the house. “The thermostat in the hallway 30 feet away has no idea that it’s 85 degrees in the sunroom.” A mini-split will allow you to condition that sunroom separately from the rest of the home.
For some homes, a couple of well-placed indoor units can handle the heating and cooling needs for most of the year.
Why not just get a window unit or portable AC?
All these advantages of a mini-split add up to increased comfort, especially when compared to the (much more affordable) options for treating single rooms: window air conditioners and portable ACs. For one, mini-splits are much quieter. With the system split between an indoor and outdoor unit, the only noise in the room is the fan needed to move air. There is none of the loud compressor hum that is typical of a window unit. In addition, most quality mini-split systems, much like the best whole-house systems, use variable-speed motors in their compressors. De Stasio explained, “On a mild day, a mini-split will actually run on a slower speed than on a hot day and save you energy, where a window unit will just come on and off on and off.” He added that this constant cycling of the window unit “consume[s] a massive amount of energy.” He explained: “Think of it like trying to push a car from a dead stop to 5 mph versus pushing it as it's already rolling forward. Which one requires more energy? The variable speed motors in a mini-split are never at a dead stop.”
Another downside to window units, De Stasio said, is that “every time that air conditioner shuts off and stays off for 20 minutes, you’re not doing any kind of dehumidification.” Since the mini-splits variable speed can dial down to near zero once the target temperature is reached, it’s actually at its most efficient when you leave it at the setting you find comfortable—win-win.
Beyond variable speed, a mini-split is comparably more efficient than a window unit due to its different construction. Mitsubishi Electric’s Smith explained that within the housing of the window AC are the same two components of a mini-split—the evaporator and a condenser. “Those two components of that system are separated by a very thin wall, and that thin wall is not doing a great job of keeping heat energy out.” With a mini-split, he said, the two components are “now separated by your insulated wall.”
The way a mini-split disperses air is better than a window unit or a portable AC. Smith explained, “When you’re trying to blow cool air into a hot room, the cool air will fall, so a window unit has a tougher time driving that cool air across the room because of the position of the window.” A mini-split is typically mounted high on a wall or even in a ceiling, giving it a much better throw of that cool air, with the ability to disperse it in a sweeping motion from side to side, up and down, or even directed towards a wall, if you want some circulation without a direct blast of air.
Last, a mini-split doesn’t occupy a room’s electrical outlet or affect the function of your windows. A window AC completely blocks a good chunk of the window, obviously. And even a portable AC hogs its share of the window space by requiring the window to stay shut tight against the vent hose hardware that every portable AC uses to dump heat outside.
Cons of a mini-split system
Mini-splits are never cheap. De Stasio told us a typical single-unit install costs roughly $3,$5,, but if you’re looking to create a whole-house system—which needs multiple indoor units and a larger outdoor unit to support them—it can start getting cost-prohibitive. In , a friend in Los Angeles installed a one-zone Mitsubishi Electric system with a single indoor unit for a total installed cost of about $4, In , a friend in Hawaii installed a Mitsubishi Electric system with four indoor units (of three varying sizes) and a 42, btu, 5-zone outdoor unit to serve his entire house. The total cost came in just under $17, That’s a lot, but it may still come in under the cost of a comparable ducted system; on the other hand, the best window units and portables range from about $ to $ apiece.
You also have to commit to a location with the indoor units, and there’s no moving them around, like with window air conditioners or portable ACs. Ideally, the pipes go through the wall directly behind the unit, where they’re hidden. Depending on how the wall is constructed, this may cause the unit to be off-center on the wall, which you may not want. One mini-split owner we spoke to said that he wished he had understood this better. “In our bedroom, the unit is a little closer to the side wall than I'd like because they couldn't access the coupling without putting the unit where it is.” The other option in this situation is to have the pipes do a short run along the interior wall before going through it, but, as he said, “Generally, the units look best when the punch-through is hidden behind the unit rather than to the left or right of the unit.”
Even in the perfect location, mini-split indoor units take up a chunk of wall space and they’re not the most attractive things in the world, as we heard separately from two friends who recently installed them. It’s basically a boxy rectangle, or, as one owner put it, “a big stupid plastic giant lunchbox thing on your wall.” Some manufacturers offer a variety of colors, at least, and LG seems to be hearing these complaints with models like their Art Cool Mirror line. Another option is to get units that recess into the ceiling. But a ceiling installation will likely be more expensive and invasive.
Mini-splits can also struggle in extreme temperatures. According to Mitsubishi Electric, their best systems can operate at percent capacity all the way down to an exterior temperature of about 23 degrees and will even operate at 75 percent at negative 13 degrees. Still, it’s something to consider when setting up a system for your home.
A related (more avoidable) downside is winding up with a system that feels undersized for your needs, even in less extreme weather, which happened to our LA friend. To play it safe, an installer might suggest going with a bigger outdoor unit, which has the flexibility to serve multiple indoor units. But the costs add up fast, and it can be tempting to try to get by with the minimum equipment possible. That may backfire if the system is underpowered. “I have to run the heat at 90 degrees for it to feel comfortable,” she says. “And then I have to run it all day.” On the bright side, she says, “the A/C works great.”
Last, mini-splits are nice in that they are all electric (and require no additional fuel or gas service, like with some traditional HVAC systems), but their electrical requirements are considerable. The 5-zone unit our Hawaii friend installed required a dedicated 40 A breaker for its volt service, and his installation crew used a licensed electrical sub-contractor for the work, adding cost.
How we’d pick a brand
We found four leading brands in our research: Mitsubishi Electric, Fujitsu, LG, Daikin, and Panasonic (and a handful of smaller names, like Mirage). You probably don’t have a ton of choice on which exact pieces of equipment you need—that’s determined mostly by your home’s size, climate, and the heating and cooling needs you’re addressing. But you do have a choice to make on what brand you go with, and in a big market, you can take your pick among qualified installers recommended by each of those four manufacturers. We evaluated the options by looking broadly at the characteristics common to the brands as a whole—comparing things like warranty, aesthetic options, smart features, and other factors that would make a meaningful impact if we were shopping for ourselves. Here’s an overview by brand, in the order in which we would begin our search locally.
Mitsubishi Electric stands out in this field, for starters, by being among the most common and popular options available in North American markets. That translates to a larger pool of service technicians to choose from, better availability of more models, higher likelihood you’ll be able to design a system to fit your needs exactly, and potentially faster service for troubleshooting or repairs. They also have a reputation for durability. “I can count on one hand how many replacement parts I've had to put on a Mitsubishi mini-split system,” De Stasio said. “There are other brands where I can't say that.” If something does go wrong, Mitsubishi Electric’s limited year parts warranty is among the best, and the brand’s popularity means lots of local utilities offer rebates. In Mitsubishi Electric’s brochure (PDF), you’ll find fairly limited aesthetic options for wall units, although matte silver and black wall unit finishes are available, and you can also consider ceiling mounts, floor mounts, or other special configurations. Mitsubishi Electric runs its smart features off a proprietary app, Kumo Cloud, which controls multiple zones via a clean-looking interface. The app seems to have picked up a lot of negative reviews initially (circa ), but usually works as expected according to several more recent reviews. We’ve just begun testing the app in summer and will update this guide with our notes.
LG is another big company that has advantages similar to Mitsubishi due to the company’s size, stability, and market saturation. You can find qualified LG installers in many metropolitan areas. Depending on the equipment involved, LG’s warranty can last up to 12 years, similar to Mitsubishi Electric’s, and LG’s local utility rebates vary by city, but they often cover at least some relevant mini-split equipment. LG’s catalog shows lots of aesthetic options on finishes for the wall units, and LG’s SmartThinQ app offers system-wide controls and reliable functionality. The app can potentially benefit some folks by also controlling other LG smart appliances at home, which would be convenient—and, to LG’s credit, after watching a lot of appliance makers’ apps have their ups and downs over the years, SmartThinQ’s roughly star average across about 3, reviews is definitely above average for the category.
Daikin is another worldwide company that offers a large selection of units. They have a wide ranging network of installers and, like Mitsubishi and LG, a year warranty for many of their products. The company offers many rebates as well as multiple control options.
Daikin and Fujitsu are fine alternatives to Mitsubishi Electric and LG. These may be lesser-known brands, but they both have wide-ranging networks of installers in most North American markets. The Fujitsu and Daikin warranties can last up to 12 years and both companies offer plenty of rebates. and local utilities offer rebates for lots of Fujitsu equipment, both in mini-split and conventional AC machinery. A minor reason we’d look to Mitsubishi Electric or LG first is that Daikin and Fujitsu offer relatively narrow choices on the look of the wall units, but fortunately, the various combinations of the system’s equipment still offer enough flexibility performance-wise to meet most homes’ needs. Daikin and Fujitsu offer similar smart-home functions to its competitors.
There are other manufacturers out there, but we can’t really imagine bypassing these four options for a niche brand with weaker availability, selection, and customer support.
How we’d pick an installer
Who you hire to install a mini-split system is as critical and difficult a decision as choosing the equipment itself. The machinery’s performance shouldn’t vary much, and defective units will be covered by warranty—but the commitment you make to an installer will determine how well the mini-split system functions in your space. A good HVAC firm will know what equipment to use—especially for tricky jobs that require some expertise and experience to design around—and the technical skill the pros bring to the installation will affect its initial performance as well as whatever service calls you make over the years. No pressure!
It is technically possible to install a mini-split yourself—how-to videos on This Old House look straightforward enough, and there’s a forum full of Reddit homeowners who say they’ve done it—but self-installation is probably not worth the risk. For one thing, even a perfect DIY installation may void the unit’s warranty, exposing thousands of dollars of equipment to the risk of not being covered on a legitimate claim. Beyond that, De Stasio told us, “There is so much that can go wrong if it’s not professionally installed. Your typical homeowner does not have the tools to do it or the instrumentation to take the measurements to know that it’s been done right.” Getting the right size unit is not as simple as calculating the area of a room, for example. “A square foot room in New Hampshire requires a different amount of heating and air conditioning than a square foot room in Florida.” A good HVAC installer will do a proper heat load calculation, which means, as explained by Todd Washam, director of industry and internal relations at The Air Conditioning Contractors of America, they “measure the windows, the tree overhangs for the shading, the pitch of your roof, the square footage, what type of floors, and the insulation in your attic and walls.”
There are companies, like Mr. Cool, that offer models that are marketed for DIY installation. These units are less expensive, but the installation process is not for the beginner, or even intermediate DIYer. It involves electrical work, plumbing, checking for refrigerant leaks, and drilling a 3½ -inch hole through the side of your house (and another one for the electrical line). This is not something that most people want to undertake just to save a couple thousand dollars. And after all of that, the warranty is shorter than the one provided by companies like Mitsubishi and LG. These DIY models are certainly an option, but not one to be taken on without carefully considering what you might be getting yourself into.
To give yourself a good chance at a satisfying mini-split installation, here’s how we’d approach the contractor hiring process for this job:
Ask locals who they used: If a mini-split makes good sense for your house, you’re probably not alone in your area. Start by asking homeowners in your community for recommendations for (or warnings against) local HVAC firms.
Seek mini-split experience: Seek some confirmation—photos of previous jobs, customer testimonials, Yelp reviews—that this crew has done a few mini-split installations before and their work has satisfied others. Equipment manufacturers can give you a bit of a head start: You can search for a qualified contractor in your area at the sites of Mitsubishi Electric, Fujitsu, Panasonic, LG, and other makers.
Set up a site visit and interview: For no charge, your prospective installer should come over, walk the property, talk about your needs, and discuss the equipment options available. Take notes on any models or sizes suggested, so you can do your own pricing research independently afterward. Ask detailed questions—could you potentially add another indoor unit in the future? Will this indoor unit adequately serve the entire space it’s meant for? Do they offer an ongoing service plan? Will the work be inspected? What kind of warranty does the contractor offer on the labor (independent of the manufacturer’s warranty)? Satisfy yourself that the installer understands the nuances of your space and the way the equipment can be configured to address your needs. This job requires engineering and design skills on top of technical know-how; your goal is to ensure you can get all of that.
Look for a personal connection: You’re getting into a relationship with this contractor. You’ll be in touch throughout the installation, and in the future for service calls, warranty claims, or other troubleshooting. Is this person reliable and responsive, or do you have apprehension about having them in and out of your house in the short term and in the future? Can you trust them?
Get three quotes: If there are multiple qualified installers in your area, call two or three of them. This is a multi-thousand-dollar job, but we’d advise this even for simpler work—it really gives you a clear sense of what the market for this work is like and often helps you weed out options you’re less comfortable with, giving you the confidence to commit to the best place available.
Request written estimates: At minimum, you should see a one-page quote outlining the work involved and the prices before you agree to start the job. Even better—detailed manufacturer’s information, from the pro, on each piece of equipment going into the job.
Weigh the options: If you’re deciding between some options—say, a 2-zone version of your system versus a 4-zone, ask for written estimates for both configurations. At the outset, when you’re asking lots of questions, be on the lookout for pushback, a dismissive attitude, or impatience—you should have questions, even some very basic ones, and it’s a good sign if a pro can answer them respectfully.
Specify equipment placement: Take pictures of the proposed locations of the installations, both on the indoor and outdoor units, to confirm their exact placement as part of your agreement. This is a final decision and can be a source of dissatisfaction among owners.
Make plans for maintenance: Mini-split maintenance is usually minimal but is also best done by an HVAC technician, at least until you watch them enough times to know the ins and outs yourself. It mostly consists of keeping the equipment clean and the drain line clear. De Stasio says, “At the end of the day, it’s a disinfectant cloth, it's a shop vac, it’s a water hose gently washing the outside coil. The tasks themselves are things that a homeowner can do, but a professional is going to know how to do them safely and how to do them thoroughly.”
What about smart controllers?
We tested three smart thermostat devices: the Ambi Climate 2, the Flair Puck, and the Sensibo Sky. At their most basic, they allow you to easily control your mini-split from your phone. Unlike manufacturer options such as Mitsubishi’s Kumo Cloud, which do the same thing, these 3rd party options do not require expensive professional installation. Though none of the three have so far lived up to our expectations, the Ambi and the Flair are much better than the Sensibo. We’re continuing to watch new releases and version upgrades and will test any that we think look good.
The Ambi Climate 2 is the most in-depth of the three. It attempts to monitor your home, AC use, and external temperatures then adjust your AC throughout the day. We like the set-it-and-forget-it use of it and how it adapted to our routine, but the app’s depth, amount of upfront information, and optional user settings makes it more complicated to use than others we tried. The controller units are not wall mounted but unobtrusive within most modern decor. Our experience with customer support was good but not great.
The Flair Puck is much simpler. The app is cleaner and much more straightforward, but it doesn’t try to do as much as the Ambi. It’s more like a modern replacement for the physical controllers that come with the mini-splits. It’s convenient, but it lacks some of the basic mini-split controls, like adjusting air direction, which the Ambi provides. The pucks can be wall mounted or stand alone and look like miniature Nest units though they aren’t as substantial. We like that you can also control the AC unit directly from the puck, which you can’t do with the Ambi. Flair’s customer service was excellent and very responsive. It’s also compatible with Ecobee sensors, Alexa, and Google Assistant.
Both the Ambi and Flair had issues with connectivity, especially with dual band WiFi. The signal strength of the units to the AC is hit or miss. When it works we were able to set them up over feet away without an issue, but the best range seems to be closer to feet. Good enough for a small room, but tougher in larger ones.
Another downside is that Flair and Ambi are not directly compatible with Apple’s HomeKit. Ambi does integrate with Siri shortcuts and has a 3rd party work-around for HomeKit, but it needs to be running 24/7 on your home computer in order for it to work.
The Sensibo Sky was our least favorite of the three. We found the overall design unappealing, the app was difficult to use, and the controllers were difficult to connect to our AC units. They also sent us a few oddly formatted and what can best be described as vaguely spam-y looking emails.
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The main advantages of mini splits are their small size and flexibility for zoning or heating and cooling individual rooms. Many models can have as many as four indoor air handling units (for four zones or rooms) connected to one outdoor unit. The number depends on how much heating or cooling is required for the building or each zone (which in turn is affected by how well the building is insulated). Since each of the zones will have its own thermostat, you only need to condition that place when someone is there. This will save energy and money.
Ductless minisplit systems are also often easier to install than other types of space conditioning systems. For example, air conditioner mini split, the hook-up between the outdoor and indoor units generally requires only a three-inch hole through a wall for the conduit. Also, most manufacturers of this type of system can provide a variety of lengths of connecting conduits. If necessary, you can locate the outdoor unit as far away as 50 feet from the indoor evaporator. This makes it possible to cool rooms on the front side of a building house with the compressor in a more advantageous or inconspicuous place on the outside of the building.
Since mini splits have no ducts, they avoid the energy losses associated with ductwork of central forced air systems. Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic.
In comparison to other add-on systems, mini splits offer more flexibility in interior design options. The indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall. Floor-standing models are also available. Most indoor units have profiles of about seven inches deep and usually come with sleek, high tech-looking jackets. Many also offer a remote control to make it easier to turn the system on and off when it's positioned high on a wall or suspended from a ceiling.
Split-systems can also help to keep your home safer since there is only a small hole in the wall. Through-the-wall and window mounted room air-conditioners can provide an easy entrance for intruders.
The installer must also correctly size each indoor unit and judge the best location for its installation. Oversized or incorrectly located air-handlers often result in short-cycling, which wastes energy and does not provide proper temperature or humidity control. Too large a system is also more expensive to buy and operate.
Some people may not like the appearance of the indoor part of the system. While less obtrusive than a window room air conditioner, they seldom have the built-in look of a central system. There must also be a place to drain condensate water near the outdoor unit.
Qualified installers and service people for mini splits may not be easy to find. In addition, most conventional heating and cooling contractors have large investments in tools and training for sheet metal duct systems. They need to use (and charge for) these to earn a return on their investment, so they may not recommend ductless systems except where a ducted system would be difficult for them to install. (mini splits) make good retrofit add-ons to houses with "non-ducted" heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). They can also be a good choice for room additions, where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible.
Like standard air-source heat pumps, mini splits have two main components: an outdoor compressor/condenser, and an indoor air-handling unit. A conduit, air conditioner mini split, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, links the outdoor and indoor units.
Welcome to MiniSplitWarehouse, here you will find that we offer the best priced Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner & Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump Systems on the market today. We have searched the world to locate the systems that will give you the highest quality at the most affordable price's possible. We also have a A+ on the BBB, which was earned through hard work and top notch customer service. Many other companies have to pay the BBB for an Accreditation in order to get an A or a A+, but not us.
Most major brands like:Mitsubishi, Lennox, Trane, York, Sanyo and Fujistu do not offer factory warranties on their products if sold online. We only offer systems that will keep their factory warranties if sold online! (All Our systems must be installed by a Licensed HVAC contractor in order to keep the factory warranty and to ensure the system will operate properly)
If our customers report any issues with the brands that we carry, especially when it comes to warranty and support, we discontinue selling the Brand to protect our customers. So rest assured we only offer Brands that honor their warranties and provide the best support for their products.
We offer many brands like : Carrier Midea , Goodman, Chigo, Cooper & Hunter, AirCon, YMGI, Comfortside, Daikin, Arctic King , Shinco, Senville, Klimaire, Pridiom, Portable AC Units and Much More Coming Soon!
What kind of benefits do Ductless Air Conditioner's offer? Is it the same as central system? Is a Ductless Air Conditioner Heat Pump System really better than the central systems we've become accustomed to over the years? Are you searching the web for the best prices? Do Ductless Air Conditioner Inverter units provide the same comfort level as traditional systems? If so, how do they do it without using a duct system? Did you know that Multi Zone Split systems can heat and cool more than one room? Well, you've come to the right place if these are the types of questions you find yourself asking. If like many, you are just curious about the newest technology and what it can do for you. We have the lowest prices and the most knowledge!
We look forward to sharing our expertise on the Ductless Air Conditioner systems that we carry. Please contact us with any questions you may have! Our website has been designed to be as user friendly as possible, if you think we should change something to make it easier for you to navigate our website please feel free to contact us with your request. We do not allow pop up ads, nor do we offer poorly made gimmick items as special offers to persuade you to purchase from us. We wish for your experience to be as enjoyable as possible. We look forward to your business, and we appreciate your visit to our website today. Please see the links to the left for prices.
Mini Split Air Conditioner
The Ductless Air Conditioner systems offer a lower cost option than wasting valuable resources where they are least needed. With these systems, you can add multiple indoor evaporator units where they are needed most. Each unit can heat or cool several rooms, but still uses only the one smaller external compressor. Over the long run, minimizing cooling and heating exposure can realize those tremendous savings we all so desperately need in these troubled times. Wouldn't it be nice to save money and get that comfort you deserve all at the same time? Well, with one of our systems installed, it can be yours!
So, exactly what is a Ductless Air Conditioner system? What makes it different than traditional systems? Basically a system is similar to standard central in that it has a control, and an evaporator. It also has a connected outside condenser unit which provides the compression for providing cooling. This is pretty standard for most climate control systems. "What is a ductless mini split heat pump " it has the ability to be customized for multi zone cooling or heating. Most of us spend the majority of the time in our homes in just a few rooms, such as the living room or the bedroom. With central heating, you are paying to heat and cool a good portion of the house that you may not even be in certainly not for extended periods of time. With Ductless Air Conditioner Heat Pumps, you can choose to heat or cool only certain rooms, thereby cutting energy use tremendously.
Mini Split Heat Pump
The Ductless Air Conditioner unit has been on the news recently, touted as being more in line with the demanding need of the world today to conserve precious minerals and resources, but do they really offer a cost savings? Through follow up support and online customer satisfaction surveys, some of our customers have reported up to a dramatic 50% reduction in the heating and cooling portion of their electric bill with ductless air conditioner heat pump type units. So, it's easy to see that if you use less electricity, then yes, you are saving those desperately needed fuel supplies for the future generations. Undoubtedly, they will face an ever increasing demand for total internal environment control as the impact of the many years of reckless energy policies take their over whelming grip on the mother Earth. Will a Split Heat Pump unit ac combined with our conditioning system help when those unavoidable lows set in? You can rest assured that you wont notice any difference during the drastic climate swings with a Split ac.
On the other side of the coin, how are the Split ac systems? Do the units perform as well with heating as they do with cooling? The answer is a not so surprising, Yes! You get the same control and warmth with the Split as with any other heating system, but with a modest and frugal electricity consumption. Imagine basking in the comfort and glow of the new unit with a cup of hot cocoa while watching the snow drift by outside, not a care in the world! You can do this with one of our efficient systems knowing that you are covered for years to come.
Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner
Together, we can choose the best Split air conditioner system and Split heat pump units for your particular situation. There are a variety of models with varying degrees of cooling and heating just a few rooms, or to maintain an entire household. Doesn't your family deserve the satisfaction of knowing that all of their relaxation needs can be taken care of with one simple system? We provide the much needed Split review, with the many brands we carry. With our Split products you can even please those who have different needs. One zone can be cooled for those who are hot blooded, while another area can be cooled.
This split heating & cooling comes in particularly useful for those who may be avid computer gamer or electronics enthusiasts. Heavy equipment can and often does generate a considerable amount of heat. Enough in some cases I've dealt with that users have been able to heat an entire room just with computers! It's easy to see a situation where one room is too hot from overuse, and other parts of the dwelling can be too cold from ambient temperatures. With Split air conditioner heat pump in place, this no longer has to be a burden on your family and loved ones who deserve the best comfort than can be afforded, all at huge savings over the traditional jumble of an environmental unit.
Our Split systems are warmer and more economical that regular heating units because they don't use those over sized, bulky channels. Not only is the materials used to make them an added cost, but its been reported up to 30% of the power used is lost in those long, dark tunnels running everywhere under the house, and through the attic. With our hvac, you can put the heat to the most use and reap the benefits of not having to install, clean, and maintain traditional duct work.
Ductless Air Conditioner
Consider our products as an Earth friendly alternative to those other massive, electricity gobbling systems,and give us a call today! Our Split air conditioner systems are all the rage overseas as well. In the crowded and often stuffy settings of larger cities, our units perform wonderfully, keeping everyone toasty or chilly as they desire.
See Below for Popular Internet Search Terms on the Products We Carry.
Split AC Cost is low here at the warehouse. The only thing that separates these systems from the ones that heat is a reversing solenoid. Most of the time a Split system are meant to cool and area rather that heat. Most of these systems are referred to as straight cool, or cool only and will be slightly less than a system that produces heat. In our experience it is often more popular to get a system that does both heating and cooling.
Ductless mini split heat pump is the most searched for terms on the web today, we offer some of the most affordable systems you can find here in the USA. Split Seer (seasonal efficiency ratio) originated in Asia, and quickly spread around the world! Used in many places like Europe, China, Japan, South America, North America, Canada, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Russia, Korea, and Australia- virtually every country in the world uses these systems. Because of this they are becoming more and more popular here in the USA. We look forward to helping you choose the best Split air conditioner system for your project!
A Multi Zone Split system does not need the ducts in order to cool a 2 room area or more. The blowers just flush mounts to the inside of the room that you want to heat and cool and the inside blower unit attachés to the exterior unit via wires and copper lines. This makes installation easy as no mechanical ducts need to be installed. ac units is one of the fastest installations on the market.
Popular today in the USA market. As more people add onto their homes like : Garages, Sun rooms, Grow Rooms, Room Additions they find that systems are a much more affordable route as opposed to upgrading their central systems. These systems are even great for supplementing an existing central system that just isn't doing as good in a room as it should.We look forward to helping you choose the right Split heat pump for your application today!
Ductless mini split heat pumps are systems that allow the freon to run in reverse via a reversing solenoid. This allows the refrigerant to produce heating or cooling to the indoor unit. These systems are exponentially more efficient when compared to any other ducted or window system. Heat your house with electricity only, and save money of your energy bill with one of these Split systems!
Split Air Conditioners are often a popular product in the commercial industry also. You will find banks, schools, server rooms, warehouses, businesses use them more often than a residence. Its much more easy to control the temp with a dedicated system in every room. Imagine only using the system when you are in the room instead of heating or cooling an entire house like with a central system. Going Ductless can save you a minimum of 30% in energy when compared to a central system at the same size. This alone will pay for itself over time. Please consider purchasing a from us today!
Split Systems are soon to be the most used heating and cooling units in the world. As the world gets educated on energy saving, more and more people are searching for these system on a global level. As you read on you will learn that compared to any other AC Unit, Mini Air Conditioner Units & Mini Heat Pump Systemsare the best when it comes to low energy consumption.
Popular Questions from our customers:
Question: Why is a Mini Ductless Split Air Conditioner system more efficient than a central system?
Answer:The easiest answer is the fact that you loose 30% of your energy cost in your ducts. Having no ducts saves you at least 30% and we haven't begun to consider electrical consumption yet. If we factor in energy consumption you can save %. Ill explain why, When you compare a 2 ton Central System to a 2 ton ( btu) Split system. First off, your central system requires v amp disconnects at 30 amps each. A Mini Air Conditioning Unit only needs one v 30 amp disconnect. Secondly a central system will draw 20 amps inside and amps outside while running meanwhile each component is drawing about watts each (+ watts total). Where as a Ductless Split Unit system will only use total amps while running and only use watts.A considerable difference. Our customers have reported to us a 50% year round savings off their normal energy cost after they switched to strictly non-ducted system.
Question: What size Ductless Split Unit system is right for me?
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we also have 3 ton Mini Ductless Split Air Conditioner, and larger.
Answer 2: Now what size HVAC Split Unit Line set do you need? Well just how far apart do you plan to mount the inside unit away from the outside unit? Depending on this answer you can choose systems that have 10', 16', or 25'. Anything larger than that you would need your HVAC contractor to just add on what you need they sell most of the items you need at Home Depot or Lowes , Its often cheaper if they provide it at cost rather than buying it a full retail online.
Answer 3: Now the most important! What is your budget? Since we carry so many different brands you can pick and choose a system that may be in more of your price range. Just be sure to factor in the above two variables when making your choice. Daikin Mini Split Prices tend to be on the higher sid.
Question: What is a Mini Air Conditioning Unit?
Answer:Mini Air Conditioning Units separates the compressor from the air handler, making a more efficient and much more quiet of a system. Just like a central, the compressor will sit outside and the air handler will be mounted inside. They will connect together with copper lines and send freon through those lines to one another. "Mini" means its much more smaller than a normal central system. For instance the air-handler is a small wall mounted system that looks very Hi Tech when mounted to your wall (see the product pictures for example).
Question: How much should I expect to pay a contractor to install one of these systems?
Answer:This will vary on the contractor your choose, for example : if you choose a contractor who has 12 trucks, and crews, with allot of overhead his prices will be much higher and most of the time they will not want to install a system that you buy from someone else as they will want to make as much money as they can by selling you the product. In our experience you can find local contractor who would love to have your business by searching on sites like craigslist, the contractors we speak to often charge per hour. If you have a simple install it could take them hours for a small single zoned system. Or they may want to charge a flat rate like $, but again you can choose who ever you feel the most comfortable with in pricing and service. If you can try to get them to provide a free labor warranty for at least the same amount of time your parts warranty is. Our customers have reported high costs at Home Depot and Lowes since they have now come into the market.
Question: How long does it take when I order one?
Answer:Normally days to process your order. Once on a truck it will take days on freight for it to reach you. (Depending on the system you order, they come from different warehouses around the USA) If you order a system that is close to you it will be delivered much faster. You can see on this page the location of most of our brands or just give us a call, we are happy to help.
Question:Is one brand better than another brand?
Answer: No, on our website most of our systems are actually made by the same factory with the same Japanese parts. The quality and warranties are all similar. Some people want to buy systems with a largely known brand like Goodman or Friedrich, or others are more interested in saving money by buying brands like AirCon Or Chigo, as the quality is the same but they are more affordable since the brand doesn't spend multi millions on advertising and overhead.
Question:If I buy these Air Conditioners Online will I still have a factory warranty.
Answer:With the brands we carry, yes. However with York, Hitachi, Samsung, Mirage, LG, Mitsubishi, Carrier, Trane, Toshiba, Sanyo, Lennox, Panasonic, Lowes, Home Depot you have to purchase and have the system installed by their approved contractors- you will not get a factory warranty with their products if you order online. (We know this because we contacted each brand to offer their products to our customers and this is the info they provided.)
Ductless Split Unit Fact: a system consist of an indoor unit, containing evaporator / blower and an outdoor unit containing a brand name compressor (Toshiba, Hitachi, Panasonic, Sanyo, Daikin, Carrier). A copper pipe, which transfers the refrigerant and links the outdoor and indoor unit together. This technology has numerous possibilities. They are perfect for those home, business, warehouse, garage, sun room, hotel, motel, mobile home owners that do not have a central , and do not want to settle for the noise, in-security and in-efficiency of window, wall & P-tac units.
If you struggle with installing and removing window air conditioners every summer and complain about losing the view out of your windows, or the convenience of opening them to fresh , you are not alone in thinking there must be a better way. In fact, there is. It's called wall unit . This technology can be used for heating or cooling and is especially well-suited to homes and businesses built without central systems. It is used increasingly in improvement projects where a porch is enclosed or an attic is converted to bedrooms.
Every building and every situation presents its own problems with climate control. Architects and engineers have realized this for years and they have struggled to adapt - technology to modern living and working demands. Ductless AC and Heat now make the job much easier. These Mini Air Conditioning Systems use no duct work or ducted distribution. Because of that, there are few places where the Mini Air Conditioning Units cannot be installed.
In addition to homes, the systems have been placed in thousands of offices, shops, motels and hotels, schools and universities, computer rooms, banks, hospitals, nursing homes and labs.
Free Tips on Sizing your Units of Air Conditioning:Feel free to contact us to determine your btu based upon your room size. With many accessories to choose from, we can assist you to choose the best. Some of our products come with free accessories. We search the Internet for the best products at the best prices, so you don't have to. We have dedicated our time to to this new technology and we are specialists in the industry. We welcome any calls and questions about our products and we stand behind all the products we offer. We only offer systems that have a good track record in the industry.
They wonder if they will be the system for their needs. If you have any room or building that could use some heating a Mini Heat Pump Air Conditioner system will work for you. We even have customers with tractor trailers, Rv's, Containers, Mobile homes, mobile offices, literally any application. If you currently do not have , or if you have a central system that does not cool well- adding a Ductless Split Unit provides better comfort than a window or wall unit. It is quieter and more efficient and has more cooling capacity.
Instead of using window units, which block windows and can present a security risk, the tiny refrigerant lines and wiring come indoors through a three-inch hole in the wall. When properly positioned, a Multi Unit Air Conditioner indoor units can easily cool an entire house. Unlike central outdoor units, an outdoor unit for a Compact AC Unit is small and quiet. A typical indoor unit is only 32 inches by 11 inches by 7 inches deep and weighs 18 pounds.
Models with built-in filters are often more effective than a central filter for removing larger allergen particles. These systems are also often used for Household Air Conditionerscooling in homes with hot water radiant (no hot-duct work). Heat pumps are also available for efficient heating in the winter too. These Wall Hung Air Conditioners are called ductless mini split heat pumpsbecause they are similar to a regular ducted central , but on a smaller scale. The compressor unit is located outdoors and a super-quiet cooling unit is mounted high on a wall or ceiling. In addition to the comfort and quiet operation, using Ductless AC and Heat model( with or without central) can save you money.
These units are equipped with hand-held remotesthat allow you to cool only certain areas of your house during certain times, which results in big savings on your electric bills. For winter heating, you can choose a heat model, with or without backup electric heat. If you hate that first shot of chilly when the blower starts, select a model with a pre-heater for the room .
For convenience and comfort, models have hand-held remote controls that regulate everything - temperature, louver directions, on/off times, etc. If your area has high humidity, select a model with a dry-mode setting. This adjusts the flow for comfortable, low-humidity indoor. Mini HVAC Units have many functions. These are principally residential, multi-residential, and commercial. Residential is where these systems see the most actions. They have a unit both inside and outside of the building, the inside unit essentially does the , while the outside unit does most of the hard work. They are joined by a string of wires and tubes to get the electric power and moisture build-up or condensation to and from the inside and outside of the house or office.
In homes that are old, normally these are used because the degree of engineering that would probably be vital on the good old house would either be too much and could ruin the building structurally, or it could just be too highly-priced for the individuals. Duct work and the installation concerned with it is quiet expensive and will require a qualified company to be involved, who will have to run ducts in your home, which unfortunately may possibly take a while. With a Multi Unit Air Conditioner systemit will be easier for you to control each room in your house, which is very popular to people who are interested in saving money by not cooling unused parts of their home.
For someone who is leasing or renting out their duplex or multi roomed home, a Duct Free Air Conditioner system is easy to install and much more popular with their tenants. Their tenants can not set their temps to their own personal liking and often makes them a more happy tenant. Some people who own and rent out duplexes often purchase multi zoned systems which allows them to cool off separate rooms and apartments with only using one outside compressor unit. This saves everyone on energy consumption and power supplies.
Private buildings, churches, and offices are becoming more and more interested in these systems as they are easy to put in single offices located inside of the buildings. This makes its much less expensive to control the climate in these large building and is often much more affordable as opposed to purchasing 5 or 10 ton unitswhen you really only use 3 offices inside of the building. Ductless Split Units might be made use of in any way, for personal, adjustable family unit, and private use: Hence if perhaps you are in the market for replacement cooling methods, please take a look at into the Household Air Conditioners systems we offer.
Right now there are many choices on heating and cooling products, but none of them are as popular as the systems we offer. When compared to window, central, portable, or wall units the Compact AC Unit will dominate in energy efficiency. Which is why they have been used around the world for decades and are increasingly becoming more and more popular every day! Why not join the rest of the world and go with a Ductless Split Unit today!
The concept of cooling has been around for 70 years, and they not only cool the area but they dehumidify also. The temp may be ok, but if the humidity is high you will still feel hotter than normal. High humidity caused allot of respiratory problems to older and younger people. If you are working in high humidity your job can seem harder than normal. In addition to cooling and dehumidifying these Duct Free Air Conditioner systems act as filter for the indoor quality, they will increase your indoor quality and create a safe environment for you and your family.
The systems we offer are a better alternative than using portable, window, or wall units. They will save you % energy off of your normal energy billif you use those other systems in your house now. Smaller homes are especially in need of energy savings, instead of filling up your windows with systems you can now sleep easy with a permanent install that doesn't take up your window space. These systems are more similar to what you see in a hotel or motel, the main difference is the compressor is separate from the blower creating a silent operation for you to enjoy.
Maintaining the temp in your house is an important thing in these times. The systems we provide not only keep the humidity down, but they maintain the temp and humidity allot better than any window, wall, or P-tac system. With the systems we offer you will see an increase in a cozy temp, and a decrease in your energy consumption. Overall you will be a more happy family, when everyone is comfortable.
Mini Heat Pump systems are silent while running, which is a superb benefit if you have little children, difficulties sleeping, live close to neighbors, or love the calmness and noiseless you come to feel like you have earned. These systems might also do zoom control which is superb for the reason that it usually means you do not have to heating or cool the entire vicinity of your home, only the one you are spending time in. There is no reason to heat / cool the full residence if you are only in one room, and this is one of the only style of units that allows you to do this.
It is also fairly practical, as it allows you to regulate the unit on one common box for up to four areas of your home, normally sometimes allowing for you to do so by use of a invaluable remote control which is alot easier to use. For the reason that of zone cooling and heating, this style of unit is likely to help you save you a great deal of money on your residence or office heating bill for the reason that you will not be working with too much electricity.
Reviews on Ductless Mini Split Systemsdepending on the brand can cost more or less than doing a central system in your home, just know that a Split Unit ACwill pay for itself over time, normally within the first year. While small air conditioner heat pump units are ideal for some homes, it is important to look into all the solutions and talk to a qualified hvac contractor before making this very important final decision.
Since these Duct Free Air Conditioner systems have no ducts, they avoid the energy losses associated with duct work of central forced systems.
Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumptionfor space , especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic. In comparison to other add-on systems, these systems offer more flexibility in interior design options. The indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall. Floor standing models are also available. Most indoor units have profiles of about seven inches deep and usually come with sleek, high tech-looking jackets. Many also offer a remote control to make it easier to turn the system on and off when it's positioned high on a wall or suspended from a ceiling.
Mini Air Conditioning Units can also help to keep your dwelling safer since there is only a small hole in the wall. Through-the-wall and window mounted room air-conditioners can provide an easy entrance for intruders. Expect to pay less for Shinco, Friedrich, Klimaire, AirCon, Pridiom, YMGI, Goodman and Mr. Whisper than other brands. Contractors say they are cheaper to buy. Installation costs may also be lower because contractors say that Shinco is less selective about its authorized installers than other manufacturers are. If you buy one of the Shinco brands, some critics indicate that you are more likely to get high quality installation if you choose a dealer that also sells a more expensive brands like Friedrich.
If you live in a development where multiple houses have the same floor plan, your neighbors may be the most accurate guide to good prices. Make sure bids include all costs, including any government fees (such as permits) and disposal of the old unit. Manufacturers themselves don't reveal estimated installed costs. Experts agree that prices vary by region, and possibly even within a region. Experts estimate that within a product line of otherwise identical central s, the price difference between a 13 SEER model and a 16 SEER model is about $ Product quality may not have a lot to do with prices.
HVAC contractors with 50 years experience, maintains "As far as quality and brand go many expensive big name brands are the same as an economical cheap priced unit, even made on the same assembly line." That doesn't mean you receive no benefit for paying more. We cover a number of those benefits below. A higher Price may also net a better warranty. Most central s have ten-year limited warranties on the compressor and five-year limited warranties on all other parts. Judging from many owner posts in forums, manufacturers do not cover labor costs in their Prices. Contractors usually offer one-year warranties on the installation. Some offer lifetime warranties as a marketing tool.
How is Ductless AC and Heat different than central air?
The amount of cold entering the room can he controlled by a thermostat or it can be regulated by an infra-red remote control, like a TV remote. One room or one area of a building can maintain a different temperature from another room or area in the same building. In a central system, refrigerant is pumped from the outdoor condenser coil indoors to a single indoor coil from which cooled is distributed to each room through a system of ducts. In many houses and businesses, the amount of cold in one room cannot be regulated without changing the temperature of every room in the building. This technology can be used for heating or cool and is especially well-suited to homes and businesses built without central systems. It is used increasingly in improvement projects where a porch is enclosed or an attic is converted to bedrooms. Every building and every situation presents its own problems with climate control.
Architects and engineers have realized this for years and they have struggled to adapt technology to modern living and working demands. Mini Air Conditioning Systems now make the job much easier. HVAC Split Unitsare not normally sold directly to consumers. They must be installed by licensed contractors. Pricing is a package deal, which includes the labor, permits and whatever else is needed for your installation. Prices vary radically, depending on both the quality (or efficiency) of the and how much labor is needed. Installation and related costs are usually going to cost more than the system itself.
Electric AC Unit: It is among the most essential electronic appliances used in homes and offices. These units control the temperature effectively to a comfortable level and are used in most of the countries. It is considered essential in countries with hotter climates and are used for both domestic and commercial purposes.There are different types of it. Though all of these serve the same purpose of cooling the atmosphere, some of the units are more efficient and useful compared to the others. The use of it is known to accelerate the amount of electrical units consumed but nevertheless, it is widely used by majority of the people. In fact survival is difficult in countries with hotter climates without the use of these cooling units.
Knowing the Various Types of Units, it is known by different names according to its specific features. Some of the units have two parts or components which can be placed indoors and outdoors. In the early days, it was considered as a luxury but with the rise in temperature,it has become an essential item. Some of the different types of it include the Split air conditioner heat pump AC, Window AC, Portable AC, Mini Air Heater ACand so forth.
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