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4325 W Industrial Loop, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815




Storm Mechanical - CDA Ductless Mini Heat Pump Installation

If you’re looking for a new way to heat and cool your home, do not overlook the potential benefits of a ductless mini split system. There are a lot of home comfort systems on the market today, with many different makes and models. If you’re having trouble deciding which on is right for your home or office, or you have questions about ductless mini splits, call Storm Mechanical. We have the answers to all of your questions, and we’ll help you make the right choice about how to heat and cool your home.

What Are Ductless Mini Splits?

Ductless mini splits are a home heating and cooling option that does not require the use of bulky ductwork to distribute heated or cooled air throughout your home. This is especially beneficial for homes that do not have room for ductwork installation and for those consumers looking to avoid the additional cost that installing ductwork adds on to a heating and cooling installation. Before you decide to have ductwork installed in your home, the team at Storm Mechanical recommends that, with our help, you educate yourself about your alternatives. You may find that systems such as ductless mini splits are a better fit for your home heating and cooling needs. Call Storm Mechanical Heating and Air to learn more.

How Do Ductless Mini Splits Work?

Like a more conventional central air system, ductless mini splits have an indoor and outdoor unit. The outdoor unit contains components such as the compressor. The indoor units distribute air themselves, eliminating the need for ductwork altogether. The compressor and indoor units are linked together by a simple conduit containing electrical and refrigerant lines. The refrigerant is compressed and fed directly to the indoor units for conditioning and distribution.

Benefits of Ductless Mini Splits

The installation process of a ductless mini split system is much less invasive than that of other systems. A three-inch hole will be drilled in the wall of your home. The conduit connecting indoor and outdoor components is fed through this hole. The noisy components of the system are kept outside, and the indoor blower units are virtually silent. You’ll forget that they’re even there, especially because a wide variety of easy installation options can help them disappear into the walls or ceiling of your home. Multiple indoor units can be connected to a single outdoor unit, which allows for easy zoning capability in your home. By controlling each indoor unit individually with its own thermostat you’ll be able to better regulate the distribution of heat and air conditioning throughout your home. This added temperature control results in added savings on your heating and cooling costs, as energy efficiency leads to reduced power usage.


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