Achieve home comfort  by creating ductless mini split air conditioner zoning

Have rooms too hot, or too cold? Stop suffering and finally achieve home comfort  by creating ductless mini split air conditioner zoning.

Ductless mini split air conditioner zoning benefits
Ductless mini split air conditioner zoning benefits


Ask yourself: what if all of the lights in your home were turned off and on at the same time using a single switch? Most homeowners would not want to have that! However plenty of homes still use that same impractical and inefficient concept for heating and cooling. A single thermostat controls the temperature for the entire home, causing some rooms be too hot, other rooms too cold, or constantly fluctuating temperature. In this video, Mitsubishi Electric (MitsubishiHVAC) illustrates how it wouldn’t make sense to turn on the water in one room and it comes on everywhere else. But that’s what conventional ducted cooling and heating systems do. Fortunately Mitsubishi Electric offers a better way to make comfort personal:

For years, homeowners got used to the one-thermostat-for-all-rooms solution. They’ve used space heaters and window air conditioners in order to even out temperatures in attics, basements, recreational rooms, and bedrooms that never feel comfortable. However, there are plenty of options when it comes to controlling home comfort. Whether the problem is a single room or single area of the house, or a more cost-effective and energy-efficient solution for the entire house – zoning is the solution.

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A zoned home is divided into segments, based upon each segment’s need for air conditioning or heating. Each zone is controlled by a separate, independent thermostat. Each thermostat is connected to its own individual ductless mini split air conditioner or heat pump unit (or system) that keeps that particular zone the perfect temperature, without affecting other zones. Home zoning is an energy-efficient, and cost-effective way to achieve the comfort that homeowners and their families deserve. Once properly installed and configured, zoned units are extremely quiet, causing no disruption in the everyday activities of life, improve energy efficiency thus reducing heating and cooling costs across the board.

Ductless mini split air conditioner zoning is appropriate for all homes that:

  • Have two or more levels
  • Have rooms with large windows and/or vaulted ceilings
  • Make use of basements or attics as living space
  • Are built over concrete slabs
  • Experience extreme temperature swings during the day
  • Are over 60 years old and cannot be torn up for ductwork
  • Have family fights over the thermostat

In the past, homeowners had no choice but either accept hot and cold spots, or get an expensive “band-aid” approach (like window air conditioning units or space heaters) to control the temperature in different areas of their home. These spot fixes can help control comfort, but they are to run, and they don’t solve the larger problem. It’s like taking pain killer when you have the flu – it can help tolerate the symptoms, but it doesn’t cure the problem.

The bottom line: a single-unit cooling and heating system is impractical and unnecessary. Homeowners have option, like ductless mini split air conditioner zoning, that is completely customizable based upon individual needs and preferences. With ductless mini split air conditioner home zoning, families not only achieve comfort, but harmony in the home.

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4 Responses to “Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner for Home Zoning”

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    Richair Comfort Solutions

    Hi, we are at 6106 Maurice Ave, in Maspeth, New York 11378. If your home in our service area, please stop by our office, or call 800 590-1557

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    I had funny experiences when someone frted in one of the rooms and it smelled in my room. I thought I smelled a dead mouse. I have a cat boy, he chases mice all the time, I thought he brought a mouse and left it under my bed. Apparently it was my father-in-law, his room is on the other side of the house, but with ductwork it does not matter. All smell is blended together through common duct, well now I understand what to do. Or I install a ductless system, or kick my in-law out


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