How Does a Whole House Mini Split Ductless Heating System Work?

When it comes to heating your home comfortably, many choose to invest in a whole house ductless heat pump because it is an efficient way of heating and cooling your home and takes up minimal space. That’s why so many prefer them over the bulky ductwork that comes with traditional heating and cooling systems, like central HVAC units.

However, you might want to know a little bit about them before making up your mind, so the team of whole house mini split ductless heating system experts from Pacific Ductless are here to help.

How Exactly Does a Full-Home Mini Split System Work?

Unlike traditional central AC units, which remove hot air from your home by using a series of coils and refrigerants, along with bulky ductwork, full-home mini split systems are much less complicated and more convenient. Instead of using ductwork, individual units in your home are connected through a power line, refrigerant line, and condensate drain, taking up much less space than traditional air ducts.

These units function as mini air conditioners/heaters and are designed to cool different rooms of your home. What makes whole house mini split ductless heating and air systems worth it is that you can set every room in your house to a different temperature, meaning maximum comfort for you and the whole family.

What are Some of the Most Attractive Benefits?

In addition to being able to offer custom cooling or heating solutions in each room, there are a number of other benefits offered by whole house ductless heat pumps, the first being that they’re compact and easy to install. They’re also extremely efficient and require minimal maintenance, due to the lack of ductwork.

Contact Pacific Ductless today for your heating and cooling solutions! Are you in need of a reliable heating and cooling professional? Contact the team from Pacific Ductless today by calling (503) 233-5360 or contacting us online. We specialize in a range of affordable multi zone ductless heating and cooling systems


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Ductless Systems and Your Home

Ductless systems, also known as ductless heat pumps or ductless mini-splits, are highly efficient, easy-to-install heating and cooling systems for homes with electric resistance heat. They’re safe, long-lasting, easy to operate and quiet – heating your home evenly for a fraction of the cost of baseboard heating, wall/ceiling heating, or electric furnaces while providing air conditioning in warm summer months.

Zonal electric heat — such as baseboard, in-wall and radiant ceiling heat — can heat your home efficiently. Because you can heat each zone or room of your home to the temperature you want, you can be comfortable and save energy by not heating unoccupied areas. Use these tips for more savings.

Daikin’s Multi-Split Systems are ideal for multi-room applications desiring individual room comfort in a space-saving design. With the ability to connect two, three or four indoor units to a single outdoor unit, over 1,000 combinations are possible with the choice of wall mount units, slim duct units, ceiling cassette units or a combination. Systems offer energy efficiency levels up to 20.2 SEER and up to 12.5 HSPF for enhanced home comfort and energy savings. Suitable for both new build and renovation projects, Daikin Multi-Split systems are the smart, reliable solution for your home.

Have your ductless system serviced by a trained technician. Purchasing a maintenance package from Pacific Ductless can extend the life of your system and optimize its efficiency. Replace your air filters according to the recommendations in your owner’s manual. For more information, contact Pacific Ductless for consultation.