Virginia Beach Ductless Mini-splits
Installations, Repairs & Maintenance Services
Ductless mini split air conditioning units are ideal if you want a quiet unit that won’t sacrifice efficiency. This unit is also recommended if you only want to cool or heat certain areas of your home or commercial space. A ductless mini split can also help you save on your utility bills!
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Ductless Mini Split Installation
There are many benefits to installing a ductless mini split in your home or business in Virginia Beach, including:
- Conditioned air where you need it – Your ductless mini split will be connected to two or more thermostats, which means you will be able to heat and cool only the areas you want to.
- Lower monthly bills – By regulating the temperature in targeted rooms, you will be able to save on your utility bills.
- Easy installation – The ductless system’s outdoor condenser sits outside your home, and it is connected to an evaporator indoors. The condenser and evaporator do not need to be close together, making the whole system easier to install than traditional AC units.
The technicians at American Mechanical will help you determine the best unit and placement in your home or business. We offer free estimates on system installation and replacements.
How Many Ductless Mini Split Units Do You Need Per Room?
It is often recommended that you need one ductless mini split unit per desired room in your home. These units are incredibly efficient for smaller spaces and can condition rooms to your desired temperature, while saving you money on your electric bill.
Some Virginia Beach homeowners use ductless mini splits to condition several rooms, but this may lessen the effect that they have in conditioning the air of your space. It is important to note that small hallways or half bathrooms may not need an additional ductless mini split unit, as they typically receive enough airflow from other rooms.
What is the Difference Between Central Air and a Ductless Mini Split?
The main central system units use large coils or pumps to move conditioned air and change temperatures of one or many rooms in a home. They do this in order to meet the desired temperature indicated by an indoor thermostat. With a ductless mini split, there is no duct system involved. These units are more self-sufficient and typically cover a much smaller space in the home.
Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner Repairs
Common problems your ductless mini split can run into include refrigerant leaks and condensation. Because there is no duct work involved with a ductless mini split, these units also remove the possibility for leaky ductwork repair. Many customers also report a lifespan range of approximately 10-30 years, making them a great investment for conditioning small spaces. If you are experiencing issues with your ductless mini split, feel free to contact American Mechanical today!