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Ductless, mini-split-system heat pumps (ductless) make good retrofit add-ons to houses with “non-ducted” heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). They can also be a good choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible and very efficient new homes that require only a small space conditioning system. Be sure to choose an ENERGY STAR® compliant unit and hire an installer familiar with the product and its installation.
Like standard air-source heat pumps, ductless ac have two main components — an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit. A conduit, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, links the outdoor and indoor units.
The main advantages of ductless are their small size and flexibility for zoning or heating and cooling individual rooms. Many models can have as many as four indoor air-handling units (for four zones or rooms) connected to one outdoor unit. The number depends on how much heating or cooling is required for the building or each zone (which in turn is affected by how well the building is insulated and air sealed). Each of the zones has its own thermostat, so you only need to condition occupied spaces. This will save energy and money.
Mini-split systems are better for the property than some other types of space conditioning systems. For example, the hook-up between the outdoor and indoor units generally requires only a three-inch hole through a wall for the conduit. Most manufacturers of this type of system can provide a variety of lengths of connecting conduits, and, if necessary, you can locate the outdoor unit as far away as 50 feet from the indoor evaporator. This makes it possible to cool rooms on the front side of a house, but locate the compressor in a more advantageous or inconspicuous place on the outside of the building.
Ductless mini splits have 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.
In comparison to other add-on systems, The ductless offers more interior design flexibility. The indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall. Floor-standing models are also available. Most indoor units are about seven inches deep and have sleek, high tech-looking jackets. Many also offer a remote control to make it easier to turn the system on and off when it’s positioned high on a wall or suspended from a ceiling.
Because there are no ducts, these systems lose less than 5% cooling vs. up to 40% for traditional forced-air systems. Increased efficiencies lower your utility bills. Select models are even Energy Star Qualified, meaning they save you on your utility bill.
Having trouble with a sunroom, bedroom or addition? Are you paying to heat or cool areas that no one is using today or don’t use the area or room because it is not comfortable? Individual zoning allows you to heat or cool the areas you want, and not the areas that are not in use.
These air conditioners and heat pumps are comprised of an indoor unit with a few designs from wall mount, ceiling recessed, base mount and outdoor unit, which allows for a peaceful almost noise free inside environment by enabling Precision Air to install louder components like compressors and motors outdoors.
Space saving, copper tubing running through a small 3 to 4-inch opening in the wall or ceiling easily connects the indoor and outdoor units. Refrigerant is cycled through the lines from the outdoor condensing unit to the indoor unit, where the air is quietly distributed to the interior space. Very good for protection and not like a window unit that allows access.
Year Round, Whole Home/Business Comfort. Mitsubishi ac and Heat Pump Mr. Slim provides home and business owners just the right amount of heating and air conditioning needed by installing 1 or more indoor units connected to one outdoor unit. Indoor units vary by size and style and each creates its own “zone” for comfort, allowing you to heat or cool individual rooms, areas, hallways and open spaces for the perfect indoor comfort!. Learn more and watch our short video below.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – FREE ESTIMATES Many homes do not have ductwork and the home owner has given up on having air conditioning installed. Since 1992 our team has been some of the original people who started installing ductless ac and ductless heat pumps in the Philadelphia suburbs. Do you know what contractor to choose to install your ductless system?
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