DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT SERVICES
New Jersey residents demand to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Often, conventional cooling and heating systems won’t work for your space or budget. A ductless mini-split system can be the ideal solution.
Our NATE-certified and highly trained technicians can walk you through options and pricing for the perfect ductless mini-split air conditioning and heating system.
What Exactly is a Ductless Mini Split?
A ductless mini-split operates by the use of a single outdoor condenser unit connected to an indoor unit via small flexible tubes. The indoor unit is compact and can easily be mounted on any wall or ceiling. Many systems can handle up to four indoor units attached to a single outdoor condenser.
Mini Splits are perfect for areas of the home that traditional ducts simply can’t reach or be installed. They’re also great for smaller homes, condos, office spaces, or as an enhancement to an existing central air conditioning system.
What are the Benefits of Ductless Cooling & Heating System?
When Should You Consider Going Ductless?
Here are a few situations that would be perfect for a ductless mini split cooling and heating system:
How Much Does it Cost to Install a Ductless Mini Split in New Jersey?
The average price range is between $2,000 to $6,000+. Keep in mind that there are numerous factors involved that will influence the overall price of a ductless mini split system and installation. Here are the basic factors involved:
- The size of your space: The size of the space(s) you want a unit for can determine what type of system(s) you will need.
- How many units you’ll need: The more ductless units you need to cool/heat your space, the higher the overall price.
- The BTU output needed: The higher the BTU output requirements, the higher the overall price.
- The SEER rating: The higher the SEER rating, the higher its overall price will be but, will lower your monthly energy bills.
- Your electrical requirements: It might cost a bit more if your home doesn’t already have the appropriate electrical capacity, outlets, or circuits to power the unit.