Mini Split Air ConditionersThe Mini Split Air Conditioner is a much more versatile form of air conditioner on the market today, and we have many for you to choose from. We offer Brands Like Daikin, Carrier Midea, Cooper Hunter, AirCon, Chigo, YMGI, Goodman, Mitsubishi, Trane, Sanyo, Fujitsu, LG, Lennox, York, Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba & More. Air Conditioner systems come in a variety of designs and options.
Manufacturers of these types of air conditioner systems create indoor unitss that can be mounted on the wall or ceiling, models that can be concealed in a drop ceiling, as well as floor ceiling mounted units. The indoor portion of the air conditioner units have (on average) a 7” profile, and often are covered in a jacket which is sleek and discreet.
The air conditioner installation (which must be done by a professional) is also relatively simple, and discreet, for both the air conditioner and the heat pump, with only a 3” hole necessary to transfer all necessary components to the compressor outside. The conduit contains the copper lines and wires, which may be servicing one or several air conditioner units, can be installed as far as 50 feet from the internal unit. Although it may not seem as “plug-and play” as a simple window unit, installation only takes a few hours. So, rather than a large, loud, obnoxious air conditioner interrupting your interior design, what you end up with is a discreet, whisper quiet, ductless air conditioner unit which you will barely notice in your home. No more window ac units which obstruct a window, often leak on your home, and then need to be replaced a few years later. Unlike often leaky and inefficient ducted ac, you have another permanent installation option which will blend in better, and work more efficiently and more quietly.
Or perhaps it isn't your primary home that is the problem. You live in a comfortable newly-built suburb where the ductwork is hidden and the fact that you even HAVE central air is something you've almost completely forgotten about. Until you bought that vacation home in a tropical area...now you are starting to appreciate what a huge part of your life that hidden air conditioner has come to be! If you are adventurous enough to have moved completely off-grid, you are dunking in the stream and fanning each other with banana leaves in shifts, and far too busy to be researching air conditioner systsems online. However, perhaps you are not quite that adventurous; you have power, but still... the ceiling fans and rickety old window ac units just feel like theyare blowing the heat and humidity ON you. You are in desperate need for an air conditioner solution! This is supposed to be your getaway, retirement, or retreat, but it just feels like a sauna when you are indoors. A ductless air conditioner unit is a far better solution than searching for a retreat from your retreat! You can have all of the comforts you have grown to expect of your indoor space (provided you have electricity) in your tropical getaway with a simple installation, and you can get back to learning to surf!
Air Conditioner units can also come to your rescue, economically. Ductless ac with heat pumps actually cool and heat more area than ducted systems OR “plug and play” window units. Central air conditioner units, in their very design and principle, are less efficient than ductless air conditioner and heat pumps. You may be spending money (and wasting energy) cooling and/or heating spaces that don't really need it. Depending on the location of your thermostat,your compressor may be running hot when you simply do not need it to be. For example, as heat rises, you may have a top floor or a finished attic which collects a lot of heat. This area may be in a warm exposed location,or be in need of an exhaust fan; however the system may continue running and taxing itself trying to cool and condition this space. Have you ever been in a home with central air where the downstair was as cool as an icebox while the upstairs remained warm and stagnant? The Mini Split Air Conditioner may be the best choice for you.