What is a Mini Split System?
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A mini split is a heating and cooling system that allows you to control the temperature in an individual space or room. They are more energy efficient than a standard AC unit and benefit from not needed extensive duct work through the home. This can have a huge impact on savings because almost 30% of your energy consumption in a standard system is lost while traveling through the ducts. The added benefit of being able to keep each room and space at a customized temperature means more comfort for your family while increasing your energy efficiency.
Is One Right For Your Home?
Mini split systems are a great solution if you are looking to heat, or cool a room having difficulty with a standard system. Since there is no need to do intrusive duct work they can easily be added to a space in need of more temperature control or circulation to give your desired comfort. The higher energy efficiency also has the added benefit of reducing your power consumption and keeping your power bill manageable. Particularly here in West Michigan we see families benefitting from a system in their sun rooms, or additions that may not have traditional heating and cooling methods. If you have a hard to reach and cool room a mini split system can be the perfect solution.
What Options Are Available?
If you believe a mini split system would benefit your home, or want a consultation you can call us at (616) 439-9718. Our friendly experts are more than help you walk through what would be best for your specific situation. The systems come in variations, from one zone that specifically works to heat and cool a solitary room, to multi zone systems which can handle more than are efficiently. The energy efficiency cost savings a long with the ability for more customizable temperature control makes them a great option for anyone looking for additional heating and cooling. You can also reach out to us on facebook, or request a quote online to begin the process of getting a system today.