Ductless System

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What is a Ductless System?

Ductless or mini-split systems provide heating and/or cooling comfort to one or more living spaces or zones without the use of traditional, oftentimes bulky and unsightly ductwork. Instead, a single outdoor (A) unit enables the system to achieve the desired room temperature via a closed, refrigerant loop to one or more strategically located indoor unit.(B) Compact, sleek, and designed to circulate the air quietly and efficiently for optimum comfort, these indoor units constantly monitor air temperature, and self-adjust system performance for optimal energy efficiency.


The ductless unit is the best pick for a retrofit project or for a house extension. It can be applied to a brand new construction too. The flexibility and the performance of these kind of unit are the number one reason to go with a ductless unit.

Where are ductless systems needed?

Ductless systems, also known as mini-splits, offer an excellent heating and cooling solution for homeowners seeking precise temperature control in specific areas of their homes. Single-zone ductless systems are ideal for spaces like garages, bonus rooms, home offices, or sunrooms, and can even serve as a comprehensive temperature solution for tiny homes. On the other hand, multi-zone ductless systems provide even greater flexibility, allowing you to regulate temperatures independently in various rooms throughout your home. They can serve as a complete home climate solution or complement an existing ducted system. While single-zone ductless systems work best alongside a central HVAC setup, multi-zone systems can be seamlessly integrated into multiple areas, enhancing comfort and efficiency. 


Ductless systems are available in various types, including mini-split air conditioning and heat pumps, catering to diverse temperature control requirements.

Single-zone vs. multi-zone ductless systems ?

Ductless systems, also known as mini-split HVAC, come in two variants: single-zone and multi-zone HVAC systems, determined by the number of ports on the outdoor unit. 


Single-zone systems feature one port on the outdoor unit paired with one indoor unit, allowing them to regulate the temperature in a single room or area of your home. 


In contrast, Multi-zone ductless systems boast multiple ports on the outdoor unit, enabling the installation of multiple indoor units. This versatility allows multi-zone systems to heat and cool multiple rooms or areas independently, giving you precise control over each room’s temperature.

Direct Air Ductless Heat pumps

Direct Air mini-split heat pumps not only bring comfort to your home but also energy savings that can exceed 40% compared to traditional mini-split systems by using the latest compressor technology called “Inverter”.


When you need to cool more than one room, you don’t have to install a separate system.  You can choose our multi-zone models which will heat or cool many rooms by matching up to 4 ventilation units to a single outdoor unit.

Direct Air Ductless Air Conditioners

Ductless mini splits are an excellent solution to installations that pose a challenge.  They are ideal when the installation of ducts is difficult or simply impossible.


They are perfectly adapted for use in houses without any kind of central air distribution system such as when the home heating system is electric baseboards or for additions such as a sunroom or a bedroom.

Before Installing Your Ductless HVAC System

Step 1

Evaluate your heating and cooling requirements

Consider the specific areas in your home that need temperature control. Are there rooms that are frequently too hot or too cold? A ductless HVAC system, also known as a mini-split system, can be an excellent solution for targeting individual rooms or zones. 


Determine the number of indoor units you need based on your comfort preferences and the layout of your home.

Step 2

Plan for installation

Allocate time for the installation of your new ductless HVAC system. While installation typically takes less time than traditional central HVAC systems, it’s important to be available for any questions or decisions during the installation process. 


Coordinate with your HVAC technician to schedule a convenient installation date.

Step 3

Engage a certified HVAC professional

Choose a licensed HVAC professional with experience in ductless HVAC systems for the installation. Your certified technician will handle the installation professionally and provide ongoing support for maintenance and troubleshooting as needed.


Ready to install a ductless HVAC system in your home?

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