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    Ductless mini split systems

    I just ran across this blog. I installed a 12K Fedders in my one car garage (now my workshop). I have insulated the ceiling with R38 insulation and all walls are insulated and the overhead door is an energy efficient insulated door.

    When it is 95-100 deg outside, it is 75 in the shop! I am loving it.

    It is also a heat pump, so it doesn't get below 69 when it is cold outside.

    The refrigerant lines run through the wall via a 2 1/2 inch hole (not seen from inside, then along the wall to the condenser which sits behind the privacy fence. No worries from the HOA in my subdivision. I have the lines inside a plastic duct work so they are hidden from prying eyes.
    Posted 07-23-2013 at 11:17 PM by MT Stringer MT Stringer is offline
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    Ductless mini split systems

    Anyone have experience using these in place of a central hvac system? Or any experience operating these in colder climates?
    Posted 06-06-2013 at 03:41 PM by strategery strategery is online now
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    Ductless mini split systems

    Yes, both lines go straight back and out the wall and are run down to the condenser.
    Posted 06-01-2013 at 06:02 PM by Acomfort Acomfort is offline
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    Can both of the lines be adjusted to go straight back of thE unit?
    Posted 06-01-2013 at 03:08 PM by jett9020 jett9020 is offline

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