Ductless Mini-Split HVAC System
A ductless mini-split HVAC system operates just like a conventional heat pump, providing both warmth and cooling as you need it. The difference is that instead of a single indoor unit distributing heated or cooled air through ductwork, a ductless mini-split system has multiple small units serving individual rooms or zones. That makes it a great choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible, as well as older homes without air ducts.
Why choose mini-split?
- Their small size and flexibility for heating and cooling individual rooms.
- Many models can have up to four indoor air-handling units connected to one outdoor unit.
- Each zone has its own thermostat, so you can condition each space individually, potentially saving energy and money.
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Ductless mini-split HVAC systems can be relatively expensive to buy and install. In fact, these systems might cost about 70% of what a central AC system costs—and could even cost five times as much as window units.
If you want to know if this is the right kind of system for your home—and your budget—it's time to call in your local HVAC expert with ARS®/Rescue Rooter®. We can guide you through the process and provide a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of replacing your current system.