Enjoy Greater Comfort With Zoned Cooling
Every ductless mini split installation begins with an initial consultation. Our experts will discuss your particular cooling needs and help you come up with an efficient zoned cooling plan. With zoned cooling, you can enjoy increased flexibility when it comes to controlling your indoor temperatures. It’s also an effective solution to hot or cold spots.
You may just want to cool a certain room or a specific area. Or perhaps you’re looking to set up a ductless AC unit in several rooms. We can help you determine the best way to install your ductless AC equipment. If your home doesn’t have central air conditioning, we recommend investing in a multi-room system, which can typically connect up to five indoor units to the unit that will be installed outside.
A ductless AC system allows you to set individual rooms to a different temperature. Each household member can finally enjoy their desired temperature setting!
The Ductless AC Installation Process
During the consultation, we will make sure you are given all of the information you need, so you are prepared to make the right decision for your home. You will receive an upfront estimate, and our experts will take the time to address your questions or concerns. If you are ready to get started, we will make another appointment to return with the equipment and begin installation.
Ductless AC installation can take as little as a few hours, or it can take a few days. Completion times will vary depending on the number of indoor units you need.
The installation begins with our technicians creating small access points in each zone of your home; this is used to connect the indoor equipment with the outdoor unit. Next, we will move on to installing the discharge line and the wiring. We will also test the outdoor unit for leaks before including refrigerant.
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