Ductless Mini-Split Systems

Ductless mini-split systems offer energy-efficient heating and cooling for homes, offices, workshops, and more. Here are a few reasons you might consider a ductless mini-split system.

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Straightforward installation – Because they don’t require extensive duct work, mini-split systems can be installed quickly without excessive disruption to your home. Typically, only a small hole is drilled through the wall for the conduit, making this type of system a good choice for older homes or houses with non-traditional architecture. 

Energy Efficient – Ductless mini-split systems deliver air directly to individual rooms or spaces, which means you don’t have to pay to heat or cool unused spaces. This translates into less energy used and lower utility bills. 

Improved Air Quality – Because mini-split systems don’t use ducts, they eliminate the build up of debris, dust, and allergens. Ductless mini-split systems have a multi-stage filtration system that helps trap and remove bacteria, dust, and mold, leaving your air healthier. 

Built-In Zoning – Mini-split systems allow you to individually control the temperature of different rooms or zones of your home. This can be helpful if your home has hot or cold spots. It also allows you to save energy by only heating the rooms you are using. 

Great for Additions and Renovations – Because they don’t require additional ductwork, mini-split systems can be the perfect solution for your additions or renovations. Cool your workshop, garage, she-shed, playhouse, and more.

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Cons of Mini-Split Systems 

Upfront Cost – While a mini-split system can save you money in the long run, up-front costs can be more expensive than a traditional HVAC system. 

Appearance/Space – Units are designed to be discreet, however, they require an indoor unit installed on indoor walls or ceilings for every heated/cooled space. They also require more space than traditional HVAC vents.

Maintenance/Upkeep – Mini-split systems require regular maintenance such as checking refrigerant levels, inspecting wiring and electrical components, and changing filters. Some of these tasks can be completed by homeowners, but others require a licensed tech. 

Lower Performance in Extreme Temperatures – A mini-split system’s heating or cooling ability may be limited in cold or hot climates, which may require homeowners to supplement their system.

To find out if a mini-split system is right for you and to get a free quote, contact Mansfield Plumbing, Electrical, Heating and Air today.

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