A great solution for hard-to-cool areas or smaller spaces, mini-split ductless systems can provide a great cooling option for your home. These great little units are gaining in popularity due to their small size and customization abilities. If you’ve ever had a hot attic office or a sunroom that doesn’t cool down easily, the mini-split can be a great solution in terms of temperature control. CJS Heating and Air is pleased to provide you with more information on these handy units.
Why consider a mini-split system?
Mini-split systems are set up differently from traditional furnace and air conditioning equipment. They are easy to zone, and are typically much quieter and smaller than other systems. In addition, they don’t require all the equipment that other units need to transport cool air from one place to another. Many people select these units for supplemental heating, or to provide multi-zoned heating throughout a living space.
A mini split system does not have ducting like other heating and air conditioning units. Instead, the units are mounted with the inside piece directly on the other side of the condenser unit, which is located outside. This eliminates the need for ductwork throughout the house, and it is controlled in a similar manner to regular heating and air conditioning systems. Professional installation is recommended.
A mini-split system provides solutions for many different spaces in your home. These versatile units allow for perfect customization, and can be a terrific solution for homes with areas that are difficult to cool—or with people who just aren’t on the same temperature wavelength!
Mini-splits are set up on a zone system, so that you can literally dial in temperatures in one area while not affecting another. This means one room can be significantly cooler than the one right next to it. You can put these systems in by floor, or by room if you like; each is independent of the other.
Besides the fact that mini-split systems are very quiet and smaller than other types of equipment, these great units are also money savers. Since they allow for zoning and custom settings, you can adjust temperatures in the areas you won’t be using and save yourself money! Also, the mini-split systems are small, so they typically don’t require the energy that traditional units would to run—another cost saver.
If you would like to consider a mini-split ductless system for your home, start by contacting a reliable heating and cooling specialist for an evaluation. They can help you spec out your home and advise you on where these units may work best for your needs. Feel free to reach out to our team in Columbus, OH, if you would like to learn more about mini-split systems, or are interested in an evaluation of your current heating or cooling units. We are always glad to be of help!
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