Mini Splits


Quiet, Efficient Air Conditioning and Heating for Any Room

What is ductless mini-split heating and cooling?

Ductless mini split heating and cooling systems are high efficient systems that deliver warm or cool conditioned air directly into different rooms in your home, without the use of ducts. You may also hear them called mini-split or multi-split, heat pumps and zoned air conditioning systems.

Ductless heating and cooling units use small heating and cooling air handlers with individual thermostat control for every individual room, so installing a ductless mini-split system makes it easy to set up heating and cooling zones in your home. Some ductless systems can accommodate up to four indoor units that can provide heating or cooling, and each of these air handlers can be controlled individually via its own wireless remote thermostat. 

Since mini splits have no ducting, they avoid the energy losses associated with ductwork of central forced air systems. Duct thermal losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic. So this makes a ductless mini-split very energy efficient.

ductless mini splits
ductless mini splits

Popular uses of ductless mini split systems include:

Older homes – Great heating and cooling solution for older homes that were not constructed with a ductwork system in place.

Sun rooms – Ductless mini splits provide efficient year-round comfort.

Outbuildings – Ductless mini and multi splits are great for guest houses and garages and workshops.

New additions and remodels – Mini splits are great for remodels, or new additions to the home.

Man Caves – Keep your gaming system and entertainment center cool, a ductless mini split is the perfect solution to keep your man cave comfortable all year long.

Home Offices – keep you comfortable and productive year round.

For more on how you can save with these systems, contact your Richmond, Indiana ductless mini split heating and air conditioning experts at Dick Hill and Son.