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How Does a Mini-Split Work?

Mini-split type air conditioning systems offer exceptional performance for heating and cooling that allows you to control the temperature in individual rooms or spaces, while saving money on energy costs. The mini-split is a ductless system, so you don’t have to worry about dirty ducts, carrying bacteria dust, or allergens in your home or business.
The ductless system works in any home or business surrounding, like newly built rooms, placed that are too small to install ductwork, multi-unit residences, ADU, music studio and for people who wish for energy-efficient air conditioning systems.

The mini-split system will have two main components, one indoors and one outdoors, the outdoor part is the compressor or a condenser connected by a line duct to the indoor component. The indoor component is the air handler or evaporator that will be installed inside your home or business, with easy installation that requires only a three-inch hole through the wall.

During summertime, the heat from inside your home or business absorbed by the refrigerant and transferred outside, allowing conditioned airflow inside. During the winter, the cycle is reversed; The heat pump can remove the heat from the outdoor environment and warm your home or business.

The mini-split system offers excellent performance with stylish solutions for all interior spaces and lifestyles, so your mini-split air conditioning system can be part of your interior design with a sleek and modern look.

These days the technology got improved, and we can offer a good range of seer for mini-split duct systems. That will make your system even more efficient than before. And you can enjoy a small size air conditioning system, with easy installation that will help you save money and energy.

Mini Split vs. Central Air

Mini-split systems have little-to-no ducts, so they avoid the energy losses associated with the 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 or basement.

Central air systems require expensive and intrusive ductwork. Any homeowner who has priced out having central air installed understands how prohibitively expensive it is.

If you are interested in installing a mini-split system in your home or business and start saving money while lowing your utility bills, or if you are not sure, this is the system for you. Please give us a call at 833-446-6387, and we will be happy to assist you and help you find the system that you need.

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package HVAC unit combines multiple units, such as an air conditioner and heater, into a single unit. The unit is usually placed outside. Split systems, on the other hand, divide each system into its own unit, so your heater and air conditioner are separate.

What is a Split Air Conditioner System? A split air conditioner consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit is installed on or near the exterior wall of the room that you wish to cool. This unit houses the compressor, condenser coil and the expansion coil or capillary tubing.

In split air conditioner, Gas, a refrigerant, is fed into the compressor where it is pressurized. The pressurized gas then goes through a succession of tubes that are meant to condense it into a liquid. The liquid is still pressurized and travels through the condenser tubes until they come to an expansion joint.

split system air conditioner is a refrigerative air conditioner that splits its components into two parts: an indoor unit, which contains the evaporator component, and an outdoor unit which houses the compressor and condenser components.

Split system air conditioners are one of the most popular types of cooling and heating systems as they are fairly easy to install and comparatively affordable to purchase. As the table below shows, they can also be reasonably cheap to run, so long as you’re sensible about your usage.

Ductless minisplit systems have long been used as an energy efficient and versatile air conditioning solution for situations where supplemental heating and cooling are needed – a home addition, for example. But can a ductless system handle the rigors of heating or cooling a whole house? The answer is YES!

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