Ductless Mini Split Services
When you have a number of areas in your home where you want to control the heating and cooling more efficiently, ductless mini splits are the answer. With this type of system installed in your home, it is possible to provide zoned heating and cooling throughout your home. Everyone can be comfortable with the control of each zone offered when you use this type of system.
Mini splits can be used easily to provide climate control to your entire home, including your basement or attic, where there is no structure in place for traditional heating and cooling systems.
What Is a Ductless Mini Split?
There are two main components to a ductless mini split system that can heat and cool your home. There is an indoor unit that handles the air within the home, and a unit outside that is a compressor and condenser.
The system uses indoor units that are either mounted on the wall or ceiling that will then blow hot or cold air into the space. There is one outdoor unit, and each indoor unit is connected to it. There can be a number of indoor units throughout the home or business, and each is controlled independently from the others.
A ductless mini split system doesn’t need ductwork to cool or heat your home. The unit on the wall is connected to the outdoor compressor through a power cable, tubing, and a drain line. To heat the home, the indoor units are connected to the outdoor unit that includes a heat pump.
The air within the home or business is circulated by the ductless mini split system and does not need to be pushed to other rooms through ductwork.
With a typical heating and cooling system, the temperature control in each room is not as precise. Ductwork is needed to push hot or cold air throughout your home, and the system is more complicated than with a ductless mini split system.
Benefits of Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump Systems
No Need for Ductwork
One of the biggest benefits of a ductless mini split heat pump system is that no ductwork is necessary. It is expensive to install ductwork, and you might not have the room needed to install it without the ductwork being visible.
Zero Energy Loss
With no energy lost because of a system that isn’t efficient, you will spend less money on fuel costs to keep your home comfortable throughout the year. Ductless mini splits are more environmentally friendly, making it easy to cool and heat your home without wasting energy.
No Major Renovations
Renovations can be extensive when you are trying to use a traditional furnace or boiler system to heat your home. The ductless mini split system doesn’t require any renovations, and indoor units are easily installed on the wall within the home.
Zoned Heating and Cooling
With a variety of zones throughout your home and a number of comfort needs, you have complete control over the zoned heating and cooling in your space with a ductless mini split system. It’s easier to customize the temperature in each room and shut off areas within your home that don’t need heating or cooling.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
Your indoor air quality can be vastly improved when you have an efficient, clean way to heat and cool your home. Ductless mini splits help to give the quality indoor air you need to stay healthy. With the continual circulation of air from inside to outside, you get fresh air consistently when the system is on.
Provide Heating and Cooling
You don’t have to install two separate systems when you want to have heating and cooling in your home. A ductless mini split system can be used to heat and cool your home, a convenience for homeowners with a range of needs throughout the space.
How to Know if You Need Ductless Mini Split Repair
Your current unit has decreased airflow
When the airflow with your mini split is low, it won’t be able to heat or cool your home correctly. The problem could be with a blower, or with the unit outside.
Your mini split unit smells strange
Strange odors coming from your mini split can indicate a problem with the electrical system, or something has gotten into your air filtration system.
Your current unit is releasing warmer air
When your ductless mini split is releasing warm air instead of cool, the refrigerant may be low. You might also need to have a new thermostat installed instead of a new mini split unit.
Your unit’s bill is climbing
If you discover that your fuel bill for your mini split is climbing quickly, you may have a problem with the system. When your system has to work hard to keep your home cool or warm, it is going to use excessive energy to work.
Your mini split is loud and making strange noises
Once your system operates loudly or is making odd noises, your mini split needs to be inspected to see if it can be repaired or it needs to be replaced.
Contact Schebler for Ductless Mini Split Repair and Installation Service
If you are looking to have a new ductless mini split system installed in your home, or you need to have a repair done on your existing system, we are ready to help. Contact Schebler today, and one of our heating and cooling technicians will come to see what needs to be done with your home or business.