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When it comes to home heating and cooling, a ductless mini-split system can be the perfect fit. These systems offer a number of benefits over traditional HVAC systems, including improved performance, ease of installation, and flexibility in use.Schedule Appointment
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A ductless mini-split system is a type of heating and cooling system that doesn’t require ductwork to distribute conditioned air throughout a building. It uses small, indoor units that are connected to an outdoor unit through a conduit. This allows for greater flexibility in use.
The indoor units are typically mounted on the wall or ceiling and are connected to the outdoor unit by a small conduit that contains refrigerant lines, a power cable, and a drain line. The refrigerant flows between the indoor and outdoor units, absorbing heat from the indoor air and releasing it outside.
The mini-split ductless HVAC system is known for its flexibility and energy efficiency, as it allows for zone heating and cooling and eliminates the energy losses associated with ductwork. It is often used in homes and commercial buildings where ductwork is not possible or desirable, such as in older buildings or in rooms where adding ductwork is difficult or expensive.
There are several benefits of mini-split ductless systems that make them a better option over traditional HVAC systems. Here are some of the benefits of mini-split ductless systems:
The installation process for a ductless mini-split system is relatively simple. A small hole is made in the wall for the conduit that connects the outdoor unit to the indoor unit. The indoor and outdoor units are then connected and the system is charged with refrigerant.
The final step is to test the system to ensure that it is working properly. The process usually takes a day or two, depending on the size of the system and the complexity of the installation.
Ductless mini-split systems require regular maintenance to ensure that they are working properly and efficiently. This includes cleaning and replacing filters, checking the refrigerant levels, and ensuring that all of the components are working properly. If any issues are found, they can usually be repaired quickly and easily by a trained technician.
Ductless mini-split systems are generally more expensive than traditional HVAC systems, but the advantages over time, may outweigh the price against a traditional system. The cost of the system also depends on the size and complexity of the installation, but it can be an investment that pays off long-term.
Our certified technicians will help you weigh your options, and determine what would be the most cost-effective for your home and family. Our aim is to keep you safe, comfortable, and give you an affordable option that will bring you peace of mind for many years ahead.
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At Lindemann, we understand that ductless mini-split systems can have a higher initial cost than traditional HVAC systems. However, we strive to minimize the disadvantages by finding the most cost-effective solutions for our customers.
We take care of sizing and details, ensuring that the system is the right size for your home and that it is installed correctly for optimal efficiency and ease of use.