Ductless Mini Split Systems

Practical and Efficient Heating, Cooling, and Humidity Management

Ductless mini split heat pump systems offer an alternative way to achieve indoor comfort without compromise. Capable of heating and/or cooling entire homes or individual rooms/areas, these versatile systems consist of an outdoor condenser unit that pumps treated air to one or more indoor air handler units via cables and refrigerant lines. No ductwork means easy, low-cost installation for new construction and renovation, and individually controlled indoor units offer improved efficiency and truly customized comfort.

Benefits of Ductless Mini Split Systems Include:
  • Heating, cooling, and dehumidification
    in one system
  • Easy installation with lower up-front costs
  • No invasive ductwork to install and maintain
  • Can feature multiple individually controlled
    units for a customized HVAC experience
  • Individual room controls allow for improved energy efficiency
  • Improved indoor air quality without air ducts collecting
    dust, dirt, and other irritants
  • Smooth, quiet operation with even, efficient air distribution
  • Can be used in conjunction with current system or as
     a whole-house HVAC solution

Ductless mini splits provide an easy and economical solution for new homes, renovations, and heating/cooling spaces where adding ductwork is too expensive or impractical. Heating & Cooling Two proudly installs Mitsubishi Electric systems featuring allergen filtration to actually clean the air delivered to your home. We also offer mini split heat pump stands to elevate and protect your outdoor unit.

With a wide range of ENERGY STAR® qualified, whisper-quiet options available, our HVAC experts will help you find the ideal choice for your home comfort needs.

Contact us today to learn more and schedule service.

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