Things to consider

Consider a few key features when shopping for the perfect ductless system for your home:
Quality of the installation
Longevity of the manufacturer
Warranty and product support
Convenient features like auto-restart and self-check functions

Take back the energy typically lost because of poorly insulated ductwork. Your new ductless system will flex to meet the needs of your household and may utilize less fuel overall.

Why go Ductless?

Create a comfortable environment anywhere. Ductless systems let you install temperature control solutions where ductwork doesn’t currently exist.

Ductless systems connect an outdoor unit with an indoor unit to heat or cool a home without the use of ductwork. Single- and multi-split systems are available to control the temperature of one or multiple rooms of your home.

There are different types of ductless systems

Single Zone Ductless

Ductless systems allow for flexibility. A single-zone (also called a mini-split) ductless system allows you to control the temperature of one room by connecting an outdoor unit to an indoor unit, with no ductwork needed. An outdoor mini-split unit is placed outside your home and is connected to an indoor mini-split unit by small cables and a refrigerant line through a hole in the wall.

Multi-Zone Ductless

A multi-zone (also called a multi-split) ductless system connects an outdoor unit to an one or more indoor units, letting you control the temperature in several different zones of your home. Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems are a type of multi-zone ductless systems. VRF systems are energy efficient, and they can be used to heat one zone while cooling a different zone at the same time.