Like any other air conditioner, ductless split systems use a cooling cycle to cool your home. At the indoor coil, refrigerant chemicals absorb heat and evaporate. The system then pumps the gaseous refrigerant to the compressor, which forces it to become liquid and release that stored heat. By repeating this process continuously, the air conditioner literally pumps heat out of the house.
Ductless split systems improve on the basic cooling cycle in the following ways:
Both mini and multi split air conditioners offer the same efficient cooling, but multi split units have the additional advantage of zoned control. With a multi split system, you can set different temperatures in different rooms by manually adjusting the individual indoor units.
Unlike window air conditioners, multi split systems absolutely require professional installation. Your technician will set up the outdoor unit, then install up to four compact indoor units in strategic locations throughout your home. The conduits that connect the indoor and outdoor units can be up to 50 feet long, so there's plenty of design flexibility.
Because a multi split system is custom-made for the home it's meant to cool, there is no single price point. Our authorized Mitsubishi Electric contractors will be happy to assess your home's cooling needs and quote you a reasonable price. Just use the convenient search tool at the top of the page to find a qualified contractor near you today.