It’s common for people to immediately think of traditional air conditoners when researching replacement systems or wanting to enhance indoor comfort, but it’s important not to forget about other options such as a mini-split system.
Mini-split systems are a ductless form of heating and cooling. Instead of concentrating on the entire house, it works to heat or cool particular spaces or rooms within the home. It provides more targeted cooling or heating and saves on energy costs by focusing on the areas that need it. The indoor unit is mounted to the ceiling or wall and the cooled refrigerant is pumped in via refrigerant lines that run to the outdoor unit.
You may notice that certain areas of your home are not as easy to cool or perhaps you have built additions or enclosed rooms to your house that don’t include ductwork. That’s where the team at Comfort Masters Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning come in. We can help you recognize the issue(s) and advise the best solution. These are some of the more common reasons homeowners consider mini-split systems for maintaining comfort in Wheeling:
- Hot and Cold Rooms
- Unoccupied Rooms
- Enclosed Patios
- Homes Without Space for Ductwork
- Larger, Multi-Zone Living Spaces
Many mini-split systems come with multiple indoor air-handling units, providing you with flexibility for zoning or cooling individual rooms. If you install more than one indoor unit, they are able to connect to the sole outdoor unit.
Not only can mini-split systems support efficiency and keep you comfortable in your living space, but there are cost benefits as well. According to ENERGY STAR, mini-split systems can lower cooling costs by 30 percent compared to conventional room air conditioners.
Just like traditional air conditoners, there are a variety of options and sizes when looking at mini-split systems, and Comfort Masters Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you determine what’s best for your household. They will take into consideration factors such as room size, age of home, insulation levels, weather patterns and the number of windows. Our experts will happily discuss your situation to decide if a mini-split system would work for you and assist with finding one that appropriately meets your needs. Give us a call at or you can easily request an appointment online.