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Old 05-31-2008, 06:53 PM   #1
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I am thinking of installing mini split systems in place of central air.
No need to cool whole house.
Any thoughts on this idea and any suggestions of the best brand?
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always wondered about these systems

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A mini split is designed for a single room, not a house of rooms. If you install in the living room your bedroom will not be the same temp. You can purchase a compound system, where you have 1 condenser and 2 or 3 air handlers, controled by there own t-stat. But this is an install left to the pro's. Personally I love them. I installed one in my florida room last year and it works perfect. I can't even tell it's on my light bill. Mike
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Fujitsu is my choice brand. they cool and heat great (heatpumps).I installed a bunch where cost of running duct work was out of the question.
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the answer is simple mitsubishi is the best around the longest and most eff
you now have the option to have up to 4 air handlers for every condenser on the residentialon comercial they are even better you will want the muz series these have inverters and are much more eff
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