How Much Does a Mini Split Air Conditioner Cost? Since publishing “How Much Does a New AC Unit Cost?”, we’ve received a lot of inquiries from people asking “How much does a ductless ac cost?” and, “How much does a heat pump mini split cost?” I like to use the questions we get a lot […]
Fujitsu and Mitsubishi Mini Splits Side by Side If you’ve read my new AC unit reviews or air conditioning brand side-by-side comparisons before, you can skip the next few paragraphs. This is the “full disclosure” statement I make to demonstrate why there is no bias in these review articles before we dive in. I am […]
Last week I posted an article titled “How Long Does an Air Conditioner Last” which can be found here. I thought I’d follow it up with an article for those considering installing a ductless air conditioning system in their home, garage, or office. So, this go around we answer the question: How long does a […]
Below we’ve listed some of the more common troubles a ductless AC might run into that will require repairs.
Ductless mini splits are becoming more popular for residential comfort, particularly here in Arizona. We install ENERGY STAR-certified ductless heat pumps.
One of the major advantages of using a ductless mini split system to provide cooling to your home is that the lack of ducts means there’s potentially less that can go wrong. Leaky and clogged air ducts can create numerous problems for an air conditioning and heating system, but with a ductless mini split you’re free from these worries.
Garages are usually a part of a home that doesn’t need air conditioning. Most of what gets stored inside a garage isn’t heat-sensitive, and people in a house only spend enough time in a garage to get in and out of a car.
The invention of window air conditioning systems in the 1950s was a major step forward in affordable residential air conditioning. In fact, it was this innovation that allowed the boom in development in the Southwest U.S. and the growth of new cities such as Phoenix.
The conventional central air conditioning system for a home uses a network of ducts to distribute cooled air. An outdoor cabinet is responsible for exhausting heat removed from the inside, and an indoor cabinet sends the cooled air into the ventilation system with a blower fan.