Ductless and Mini Split System Specialists in Memphis
The term ductless air conditioning means that no ductwork is involved. The ductless system is made up of two units, a slim-line outdoor condenser, and an indoor air handler.
The condenser provides the coolant to the air handler through refrigerant lines which run through a small opening in the wall and into the back of the unit.
The air handler brings in supply air from the room through the front grill and dispenses the air-conditioned air back into the room. Some models even have special filters that promote added humidity control and filtration.
Many Memphis homeowners are having these ductless systems installed in order to provide cool and warm air to their home in a more efficient manner. Ductless systems in Memphis make any room in your home comfortable year round.
Our Memphis Ductless System Services
- Air Conditioning Repairs
- Ductless AC Installation
- Mini Split AC System
- Air Conditioner Replacement
- Residential Air Conditioning
- Mitsubishi Electric
- HVAC Repair
- HVAC Maintenance
- Air Conditioner
- HVAC Replacement
- Air Conditioning Ducts
- Ductless Mini Splits
Why Memphis Should Hire Us For Ductless Systems
Our expert Memphis HVAC technicians are more than happy to provide you with answers to the questions that you might have regarding your HVAC system. We are dedicated to creating long-term relationships with our clients by providing quality without compromise.
We have been working in the HVAC industry for a long time and know how to install and repair all types of air conditioning units which will save you time and money.
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