Mini Split Systems
Traditional HVAC systems have ducts and cool or warm the entire property. They are called centralized systems and are quite common in New Jersey homes. At Professor Gatsby’s Heating and Cooling, we encourage homeowners and new clients to explore the potential of ductless mini split systems. These systems have always been popular in Europe, Asia, and other places in the world, but they have recently started to become popular in Northern America as well. We have installed several mini-split units in Southern Jersey, including towns like Sewell, Williamstown, Clayton, Washington Township, Turnersville, and Glassboro.
What’s Included in a Mini Split HVAC System?Mini split HVAC aren’t nearly as complicated or difficult to install as traditional duct systems. This system has three different components:
- Outdoor Unit – The outdoor unit is the main component responsible for heat transfer. It warms or cools the refrigerant based on the setting of the unit. Once the refrigerant is treated, it is passed to the indoor air handler unit.
- Indoor Unit – The indoor unit warms or cools the air with the help of the refrigerant before circulating the treated air through the room. This effectively alters room temperature.
- Remote Control – The remote control allows you to adjust the temperature, fan speed, and other such factors from the comfort of your chair, bed, or couch.
Installing Mini Split SystemsWe have ample experience installing mini split system and can offer sound advice on the matter. Mini split systems are very versatile and compact so they can be installed in all kinds of properties. We recommend this system for:
- Smaller homes that don’t have much room for expansive ductwork.
- Large, open living spaces with multiple zones.
- Room additions and external rooms like sunrooms.
- Enclosed outdoor spaces like patios.