Is a Ductless Mini-Split System Right for You?
Is a Ductless Mini-Split System Right for My Home?
Ductless mini-split systems consist of two major components – an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air handler. Mini-split systems are small and they provide flexible heating and cooling solutions for homeowners. In fact, they’re a great way to solve one of the most common heating and cooling problems – hot spots and cold spots.
Most homes have at least one room that gets too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. Ductless mini-split systems from Mitsubishi, also known as “Zoned Comfort Solutions,” allow you to take care of hot and cold spots and keep every room in your home comfortable year-round.
Other Advantages of Ductless Mini-Splits
The indoor component of a ductless mini-split system is small, and up to four of these units can be connected to a single outdoor unit. Unlike other heating systems that deliver warm air throughout your home via ducts, ductless systems heat and cool specific areas directly from each indoor air handler. The air handlers are small, wall-mounted units that can be installed in virtually any room.
Each handler works independently, allowing homeowners to heat or cool spaces only when necessary, resulting in significant energy savings. Mini-split systems are also more energy efficient because there is no loss through ducts. Eliminating the ductwork makes heating and cooling much more efficient.
Lastly, ductless mini-splits are easier to install than other heating systems, such as forced air furnaces. This allows for more affordable installation whether the system is installed in a new home or to replace an existing home comfort system. Mini-splits have a slim profile, and they offer greater flexibility when it comes to design options.
Mini-Split Systems in Mendota
For many homeowners, mini-splits are the perfect solution to their heating and cooling needs. At Triple Service, we are proud to offer mini-split systems in Mendota, and we can help you determine whether this type of system is well-suited to your home. To learn more, please contact us today by calling to talk with one of our trained heating and cooling technicians.