If you’re looking to cool a small space, or don’t want to get into the costs, hassles, and mess of a huge construction project to install ducts in your home, a ductless mini split system could be a cost-effective option for you. There are two different ways you can install a ductless air conditioner:
- which includes a single indoor and single outdoor unit, which is ideal for one room, or if you have separate rooms in different locations.
- which is one condensing unit that’s connected to multiple indoor fan/cooling units. This gives you the ability to cool larger areas, up to and including your entire home. Each system is controlled individually, giving you more control over certain rooms or areas.
Ductless a/c has a lot of flexibility—you can place them virtually anywhere in a home, and control the temperature in that area easily. It’s also a good fit for a room you might not use on a regular basis, but would like the option to cool it if you need to.
Ductless air conditioners allow you to target certain areas in your home without having to use portable, window or wall mounted, or centralized a/c.
Use a ductless air conditioning system when you need:
An Air Conditioner Small Enough For:
- Server Rooms
- Buildings Requiring Supplemental Cooling
An Air Conditioner Quiet Enough For:
- Recording Studios
- Meeting Rooms
An Air Conditioner Powerful Enough For:
- Office Buildings
- Multi-Tenant Buildings
- High Rise Buildings
- Data Centers
Average Costs For Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioning
Per unit, a ductless a/c will range from $1,300 to $4,500, depending on the quality of the unit you select, the labor and materials required, and any additional costs for delivery, to prepare the site, mobilization, and cleanup.
Get Free Estimates on Ductless Air Conditioning Installation Today!
Pro HVAC Service can help connect you with HVAC contractors in your area that specialize in ductless mini split air conditioning installation. A new a/c unit can keep you cool in the hot summer months, and replacing a non-functioning or under-performing unit can reduce the amount of money you spend on your energy bill every month.
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