This question continues to be asked ever since the ductless air conditioner was first introduced to the masses in the early 1970s.
A ductless mini split air conditioner is an air conditioning system that spares you the expense and stressful installation of ductwork. These ductless air conditioners come in two pieces: an indoor air handler and outdoor condenser unit. These two air conditioner components (connected by small electrical and refrigerant lines) pass through a three-inch hole in the exterior wall.
By having the compressor for the ductless system outside, these systems minimize indoor noise levels. These systems include a variety of air handlers, making them flexible to your home’s needs. Now, cooling multiple rooms individually is made possible thanks to ductless multi-zone air conditioners.
So, save yourself the hassle of bulky, expensive ductwork and invest in a ductless air conditioner.
Single-Zone Ductless Mini Splits
Ductless single zone air conditioners are comprised of three main components: the indoor air handler, the outdoor condenser, and a wireless remote controller.
With the flexibility of this system, you can easily cool a room while using distinctive mounts for your air handler.
Wall-mounted ductless air handlers are typically used for hotels, offices, and homes. However, models like the ceiling-recessed cassette and the ceiling-suspended version are clutter-free ways of adding cool air to a home.
Multi-Zone Ductless Mini Splits
Thanks to ductless multi-zone air conditioners, it is now possible for one outdoor condenser to power multiple indoor components, and, with our wireless/wired remote controls, each room can operate their air handler independently.
A ductless multi-zone air conditioner comes in three different bundles, each with different air handler options.
For instance, a dual zone bundle includes two air handlers, and a condenser, while a tri-zone bundle has three air handlers and a condenser.
So, if multiple room comfort is what you’re looking for, then ductless multi-zone air conditioners are for you.