Ductless mini-splits offer major advantages over a standard HVAC system. The hardware required for the installation of a ductless mini-split tends to be significantly smaller, making it an ideal compact solution for smaller buildings. Compared to a regular HVAC system, the ductless mini-split also offers more control over the temperature indoors.
Whether looking at a factory air conditioner solution or rather an option at home, this particular category of HVAC solutions can help you be more energy-efficient while also delivering a customizable experience to each room.
Different mounting options are available when opting for a ductless mini-split system. Ceiling and floor-mounted options remain popular choices. The specific mounting solution that will be a good fit for your environment depends on a few factors.
We would recommend starting with a measurement of the main area. This could be your living room, or perhaps the reception area in an office building. Once you have a measurement for this region of the building, count the number of rooms that will require temperature regulation.
While you'll have to decide on the most appropriate mounting option, you should still consider the size of the air conditioning unit. You will require a higher tonnage rating when there are multiple rooms to cover. There are ductless mini-split options available for one, two, three, four, and five rooms. The five-room option generally offers support for expansions that fits more rooms too.
The Furnace Outlet is able to help you get a system that will give you better compatibility with the area you need an air conditioning solution installed in. Whether you are looking to have a ductless mini-split system mounted on the floor or the ceiling, we stock the right options for your building.
The high-quality design presented by our Goodman line of ductless mini-splits makes the hardware appropriate not only for residential use but also for installation in commercial properties.
Once you have the required information gathered, the next step is to have a talk with the expert who will be dealing with the installation procedure. Talking to your HVAC installer can help avoid buying a system that won’t give you the coverage you need, or perhaps one that will use more power than what is necessary.
If possible, get the installer to come out to your property. Ask them to assess the building, then provide them with an overview of the ductless mini-splits that we offer. This helps them see which option will be the better choice.