The Benefits of a Mini-Split System
An air conditioning option you may not have looked into, or even heard of, is a mini-split system. Mini-split systems have been popular in Europe and Asia for quite some time and are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Similar to a forced central air conditioner they have an outdoor and indoor unit, and sometimes with many indoor units.
With the mini-split model of air conditioning you are capable to organize individual zones in your home, with each zone having its own thermostat. This allows you to only cool the areas of your home that are in use. Many models are able to have four simplified zones connected to one outdoor unit. The number of zones will be determined on how much cooling is needed and how tightly the room is insulated.
Mini-split systems are a great fix to both your air conditioning and heating needs because they are compact, quiet and help you thrive in a more tolerant home environment. Not to mention that the productive levels of mini-split systems mean that you’re able to have more control of your home’s comfort while also being mindful of your monthly energy costs.
Mini-splits are smart options for new home additions like sun rooms. They make less noise than a window unit because, just like a central air conditioner system, the condensing unit is outside. They also have sleek, current designs and don’t block out light from windows like a window unit. There are many diverse installation options as well, including the ability to have the indoor unit put in a ceiling.
Your air conditioning really comes down to what is right for you and your humble abode. If you’d like to discuss if a mini-split system will work for you give our professionals a call at (325) 692-5850.
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