Ductless systems offer an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to maintain comfortable temperatures in your Parkland, Florida, home. They use a pair of compact indoor and outdoor units and do not require any ductwork. Each unit heats or cools one specific area of your home. If you are looking to install multiple ductless units, understanding the differences between a single-zone and a multi-zone system will help you make the right choice for your home.

Single-Zone Ductless System

In a single-zone or mini-split system, the indoor unit is connected to its own dedicated outdoor unit. In other words, an indoor unit and an outdoor unit make one complete, standalone system which is good to regulate the temperature of a single enclosed space like a room, hall, garage, or an enclosed porch.

Single-zone systems are much easier to install as they involve shorter and simpler piping. Any problem in the outdoor unit affects only one area of your home, and thus, reduces the associated discomfort.

Multi-Zone Ductless System

In a multi-zone or multi-split system, more than one indoor unit is connected to a single outdoor unit. It allows you to set different temperatures for different areas of your home.

A multi-zone system costs you less than buying a number of separate single-zone systems to cover the entire home. It also saves you the outdoor space.

However, the installation process is a bit more complicated, due to piping requirements.

Each home is different, and choosing the right type of ductless system depends upon your home’s layout, area, and several other factors. Take out some time to discuss your requirements with our AC installation experts at HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service. Call 954-246-4141 for a free consultation.

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