What are the Advantages of Mini-Split Cooling Systems?
Even if your home has central cooling, ductless mini-split heating may be a good option in certain situations.
A mini-split system consists of a small air handler in each room, usually installed into the wall near the ceiling. A small conduit connects a condenser outside the home to all of the indoor air handlers. When used for cooling, they typically offer greater efficiency and improved performance compared to window AC units. Here are some applications where mini-split systems offer an advantage over traditional central air conditioning.
- Mini-split systems can be installed in older homes, attics, or new additions without existing ductwork.
- They can be used to solve challenging heating situations where the furnace is located too far from certain areas of the home, such a new addition.
- Ductless heating and cooling systems are ideal where you need to optimize the temperature of a room for a specific purpose, such as a wine cellar or cold storage.
- External or seasonal spaces like detached garages or porches.
If your interested in how ductless mini-split systems could work in your home, give ABC Southwest Plumbing & Air Conditioning a call, we’re here to help.
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