Mini-Split Ductless air conditioning and heating systems are made up of two components: a wall-mounted indoor unit that works with a compressor MoreVent installs outside your home. The primary appeal of these systems is their ductless efficiency. Traditional systems lose about 25% or more in the ducts that distribute air throughout your home.
How does a Mini-Split Ductless Air Conditioner work?
Every air conditioner is a split system. The condenser is located outside your home while the indoor evaporator unit is located in your basement or attic. Ducts carry your home’s air from these units throughout your home.
A ductless mini-split system works the same way, but without the ducts. An indoor unit blows warm air from your home over cold evaporator coils. Refrigerant running through these coils absorbs heat, carrying it to the outside unit where it dumps the heat pulled from your home.
Mini-Split Ductless Air Conditioners are ideal for…
Added Rooms, Garage Apartments, Sunrooms: A mini-split ductless system is sized for the specific space it’s cooling and heating. This means new spaces won’t take capacity from your existing air conditioning and heating system.
Different needs in one home: Ductless systems allow for independent zones in different rooms. This is a more efficient solution than creating zones in a traditional ducted cooling system.
Downsizing in larger homes: Instead of turning off grilles in empty rooms which creates imbalances in your system, adding a ductless mini-split unit in a master bedroom and running the rest of your system at minimal levels makes more sense.
Adding AC to a home without it: Building duct systems into a home without ducts is expensive and messy. The cost of adding ductless air conditioning and heating systems can be less expensive than building a network of ducts.
MoreVent is your ductless air conditioning expert
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