What Is A Ductless Mini-Split System
Installation and Maintenance
Ductless mini-split systems are easy and quick to install. They can be
operational within hours. All we need to do is set up
the outdoor condenser coil and compressor, drill a small hole for
the copper tubing, hang the indoor fan coil units, connect the tubing
and electrical power lines, install the wall controller, and the job is done.
Wall-mounted thermostat or infrared remote control systems allow the
user to select the required functions such as temperature and fan speed
simply by pushing buttons. The user can even select a delayed start and
stop time for unit operation, which makes it possible to have a unit switched
on automatically before the homeowner arrives home from work.
The indoor unit of a ductless system is lightweight and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit any design scheme. Outdoor units are designed to be efficient and durable, and they are smaller than conventional units, which makes them easier to disguise behind existing landscaping.
How it Works
To cool your home, refrigerant is pumped from the outdoor condenser coil and compressor through the copper tubing to the indoor unit or units. Inside, the refrigerant is drawn across the evaporator coil and humidity is removed and the air is cooled. A fan in the indoor unit then pushes the cooled air into the room. The amount of cold air entering the room can be controlled by a thermostat or it can be regulated by an infra-red remote controller, similar to a television remote controller.
Contact us to schedule a complimentary appointment to see if a ductless mini-split is the right choice for you.