So are you saying the drain can go in the wall, but not the refrigeration line? Does that go to the outside unit? I'm hoping all could be hidden, but if not I guess it's ok. I'm just using some nice Hardie Plank siding and would like to keep it pretty clean looking.Yes they can.
Just avoid joints on refrigeration piping within the wall if possible.
Depends on how they're sized - when the units are inverter they can be sized more for heating.I'm told I could run all the mini splits for heat as well and save on my oil, until it gets below 35 and then only my hypers will work. That's a plus.
Will do. I'll be hanging the sheetrock and the siding, so I'll steer clear.What user was saying was make sure the utilities going on the wall are protected from nails and fasteners.
Trying to find a refrigerant leak in a wall caused by an errant nail is extremely difficult. And time consuming.
It’s also a fairly common problem.