Mini Split Systems In Baytown, TX

Mini Split System In Baytown, Mont Belvieu, Highlands, TX, And Surrounding Areas

Proper system sizing and installation is critical to getting the touted benefits from a ductless system. Ductless will never work properly if the system is the wrong size, the wall penetration is not sealed correctly, or the sensitive electronics are mishandled, charging refrigerant according to EPA guidelines and manufacturers guidelines.

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What is the Ideal Situation for Mini Split Systems (Ductless)?

Depending on your home’s construction, ductless systems can make sense in a variety of
applications, including whole-house heating and cooling. But there are certain situations where
ductless has a clear advantage:

  • New additions: garage apartments, bonus rooms, sunrooms and man caves. The main
    benefit of ductless here is that it will be properly sized for the new space and will not steal air
    from other rooms or overload your existing HVAC system.
  • Downsizing efforts for larger homes. People often shut HVAC grilles in empty rooms,
    creating pressure imbalances and mold problems. It is far better to install a ductless system in
    a frequently used room and set the house’s main thermostat to run minimally.
  • Serving multiple needs under one roof.  Ductless is ideal for creating independent
    temperature zones in different rooms, and although you can install zoning in a traditional
    ducted system, it will not be as efficient.
  • Giving support to a room with specific heating/cooling problems. If you have a small
    kitchen with a giant stove, a southwest view and big picture windows, a ductless unit can
    make your room comfortable without having to install new ductwork.
  • Adding AC to a house with no existing ductwork. Ductless is not cheap, but it is less
    expensive than adding ductwork to an existing house.
  • Ideal for flat roofs with no crawl space.

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FAQ's

A mini-split system is an air conditioning and heating system that doesn’t require ductwork. Ductless mini splits have two main components: an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit. A conduit, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and drain line, links the outdoor and indoor units.
Mini-split systems work by circulating refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor units. The refrigerant absorbs heat from the indoor air, cooling it down. The cooled air is then circulated back into the room. When the mini-split system is in heating mode, the process is reversed. The outdoor unit extracts heat from the air and transfers it indoors, where it is used to heat the room. If you ant to install a mini-split system in Baytown, TX, contact our professional plumbers.
The cost of installing a mini split system will vary depending on the size and complexity of the installation. Generally speaking, however, you can expect to pay anywhere from $500 to $3,000 for the entire project.