Installation typically takes 4 to 8 hours, depending on the number of indoor units, the complexity of the installation, and the building structure.

Yes. Mini-split systems can be installed in virtually any room, including bedrooms, living rooms, and offices, as long as there is an appropriate location for mounting the indoor unit and running the refrigerant lines to the outdoor unit.

Check the thermostat settings, clean the air filters, and ensure there are no obstructions around the outdoor unit. If the problem persists, you may require professional service.

Ensure the unit is securely mounted and check for any loose parts or debris. Clean the filters and fan. If noises persist, you may require professional inspection.

Replace the batteries, ensure there are no obstructions between the remote and the unit, and check the remote’s settings. If the problem persists, visit for further assistance.

We recommend cleaning the air filters every 2-4 weeks and replacing them every 3-6 months, to ensure optimal performance and air quality.

Yes. We recommend scheduling professional maintenance at least once a year to check refrigerant levels, clean coils, inspect electrical components, and ensure your system operates efficiently.

Regularly clean the filters, keep the outdoor unit clear of obstructions, set appropriate temperatures, and schedule annual professional maintenance to maintain peak efficiency.

A mini-split system is an HVAC solution with an outdoor compressor and one or more indoor air-handling units. The system transfers heat between indoors and outdoors allowing for efficient cooling and heating without ductwork.

Mini-split systems offer energy efficiency, flexible installation, and zoning capabilities, allowing individual room temperature control. They eliminate ductwork, reduce energy loss, and are installation easier to install compared to traditional HVAC systems.

Depending on the model, a single outdoor unit can typically connect 4 to 8 indoor units.

Measure the length and width of your space. Then, multiply the length by the width to find the square footage. Example: a room that is 10 feet long and 13 feet wide will be 130 square feet.

Yes. Professional installation is recommended for mini-split systems to ensure proper setup, optimal performance, and safety, as electrical work and refrigerant handling are required.

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