Ductless Split Systems

Get the benefits of a central system without installing costly ductwork. Cool up to four rooms with a single system!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ductless mini-split system?
A ductless mini-split system is comprised of an indoor unit called the evaporator and an outdoor unit called the condensing unit.  The evaporator is connected to the condensing unit by copper tubing and electrical wiring which is passed through a 2 ½” – 3” hole.  Basically, it is a small central air unit with the flexibility of cooling or heating one room or more; zoning. 
What is BTU? 
BTU stands for "British Thermal Unit." It is a measurement of heat, and each individual unit represents the amount of heat required to raise 1 lb. of water 1 degree F. Each BTU is equivalent to roughly 252 calories of energy. Calculating BTU requirements is essential for minimizing your energy costs while providing you the optimal heating/cooling you need for your space.
How much does a split system cost?
The cost of the system depends on your space and requirements. You can fill our easy form for a service request and one of our professionals will contact you to better understand your needs and provide you with a price quote. To submit a service request form click here.
What is a ductless mini-split system?
A ductless mini-split system is comprised of an indoor unit called the evaporator and an outdoor unit called the condensing unit.  The evaporator is connected to the condensing unit by copper tubing and electrical wiring which is passed through a 2 ½” – 3” hole.  Basically, it is a small central air unit with the flexibility of cooling or heating one room or more; zoning. 

What is BTU? 
BTU stands for "British Thermal Unit." It is a measurement of heat, and each individual unit represents the amount of heat required to raise 1 lb. of water 1 degree F. Each BTU is equivalent to roughly 252 calories of energy. Calculating BTU requirements is essential for minimizing your energy costs while providing you the optimal heating/cooling you need for your space.

How much does a split system cost?
The cost of the system depends on your space and requirements. You can fill our easy form for a service request and one of our professionals will contact you to better understand your needs and provide you with a price quote. To submit a service request form click here.

Is Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner a Good Choice?
The biggest advantage of mini-splits is that they require not ductwork, they are more efficient than other types of room air conditioners, they operate very quietly, because the outdoor condenser unit is separated from the indoor evaporator unit, and they normally come with remote control capability.
Split systems are cheaper and easier to install than central systems, while they can also offer multiple zones cooling; 2 to 4 cooling units can be connected to one outdoor condenser unit and each indoor unit can be used independently. 

When should I choose a ductless split system vs. a window or thru-the-wall unit?

They’re the best option for rooms without a window or exterior wall, if your walls aren’t thick enough to accommodate a thru-the-wall installation, or if you want to cool a space that has no ductwork. They’re also ideal for zone cooling and in rooms where security is a consideration. The systems are incredibly flexible and energy-efficient, and the different types of air handlers (interior units) give you multiple placement options: high or low on a wall, flush with the ceiling or suspended from it. 

Can I install it myself?

We don’t recommend it. The outdoor and indoor components must be connected through electrical and refrigerant lines, so have a licensed HVAC professional who is experienced with refrigerant run the lines and charge the system.