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There are many reasons to invest in a split-system AC. A ductless air-conditioning unit, it doesn’t need very extensive installation and maintenance. Moreover, it is actually more energy efficient as ductwork only increases loss due to heat exchange. This unit is also highly recommended in places where space is at a premium.

This AC is called as such since it’s made up of two parts, one of which is located outdoors. Nevertheless, the process of cooling still remains almost the same.

The compressor, which is located in the outdoor unit, is activated once the built-in thermostat detects presence of warm air. The refrigerant gas transforms into a high-pressure one before it passes through the condenser where the high-pressure gas turns into chilled liquid. The liquid goes inside the home via the indoor unit.

In the indoor unit, there’s a fan that absorbs the warm air, where it mixes with the chilled liquid. Once the air has already been cooled enough, it is then sent back into the room.

Even if a split air conditioning sounds less complicated than other types of units including window, it still requires regular maintenance. You need to remove buildup dirt, prevent moisture buildup and avoid accumulation of mold and mildew. You will also need to ensure the thermostat, among other important components, are working in great condition.

Split System AC Units used in Decatur, Al

Single Zone Mini Split Systems do exactly as they’re described: they cool a single room or area. These are the simplest of the ductless systems and are ideal for cooling one area or room of a home or business, such as an office. Installation is typically done on a single wall.

Multi Zone Mini Splits make use of more than one AC unit attached to a single condenser (outdoor unit.) These typically have two to four units and are great for controlling how much energy is used to heat or cool a home.

In addition, customers can choose where to mount their systems.

Floor-Mounted Mini Splits work well when wall space isn’t available to hold a unit. They also work well when dealing with lower ceilings. Otherwise, they are identical to those units that mount on walls.

Wall-Mounted Mini Splits are a popular option, and they tend to carry less installation cost than the other types. These units mount up near a ceiling, on the wall of a room, and work well because cool air flows downward.

Ceiling Cassette Mini Splits mount onto the ceiling, taking up less space, and they provide excellent airflow to a room. These systems tend to be less noticeable than the other mounted types.

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