Ductless mini split air conditioner systems consist of two main parts – an outdoor compressor or condenser paired with an indoor air handling unit. In most cases these air conditioner systems are connected with a conduit that includes a drain line, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain.
Why Choose a Ductless Mini-Split System?
Mini split systems tend to be a lot more efficient than your typical central split systems. SEER ratings for mini split systems usually range from 18 SEER all the way up to an amazing 30 SEER. With SEER ratings like that, your system will be able to reduce your energy bills significantly compared to standard central split systems.
Zone Climate Control
Ever wanted different rooms in your house set at different temperatures? Mini split systems allow you to set each zone a different temperature and giving you the power to control the temperatures throughout your house easily.
Ductless mini split systems are exactly as their names would lead on: Ductless. Ductwork is not needed for mini split systems and instead they use copper line sets to run the refrigerant to the indoor units. This allows you to place your air handler in the space that you want it and requires less maintenance than a duct system.
Ductless mini split systems have sound ratings as low as 19 dB for the inside unit. With sound ratings that low, it means that they can operate quieter than a whisper. This allows you to stay comfortable without being distracted by annoying noises.