Ductless or Mini-Split Airconditioning Systems

Ductless air conditioning offers some of the advantages of a split central air system when there is no air ducting installed. Most commonly used to cool specific rooms or the majority of a home which has a very open floor pan. In a mini split system the condensing unit stays outside the house just like in a traditional split system. However rather than one single indoor unit that circulates the cooled air throughout the house through air ducts the mini split has one, or more, indoor units that connect to the condensor outside. The individual unit(s) are mounted on walls or in the ceiling and cool a specific area. In many instances 2-4 indoor units can cool the majority of the home’s interior while avoiding the extra expense of installing a duct system. More info at Air conditioning installation Sydney.

 

 

  • Usually involves a simpler installation than a traditional split system
  • Reduced noise by not having the condensor unit inside the home.
  • Systems can be purchased that use a single control for all inside units.
  • Efficiency levels are not typically as high as the more common split central air system.

Be sure to consult with a professional before you purchase an air conditioner. Getting a free on-site evaluation of the cooling needs of your home may save you from making the wrong choice. You can get up to three pre-screened competing air conditioning experts to evaluate your home. They will schedule the appointments for you at a time that fits your schedule and follow up to make certain you are getting the help you need.

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