Ductless Air Conditioning

What is a ductless mini split system?

Sometimes, installing ductwork is neither flexible nor cost-effective. That’s where Gree ductless solutions can cool (and save) the day. They’re a smart alternative to central, forced air systems and provide an excellent option for remodels, room additions and as a supplement to existing HVAC systems.

How it works

Ductless air conditioners consist of three primary components: 1) an outdoor condensing unit, 2) an indoor air handler/evaporator, and 3) a 3”-4” diameter conduit housing a power cable, refrigerant tubing and a condensate drain. The condenser is installed outside the home or structure and the conduit is run from the outdoor unit to individual offices, bedrooms, living rooms, computer/server rooms, basements—anywhere a controlled temperature is desired. Wall-mounted interior units are then placed in the desired spaces to cool or warm air as needed by means of refrigerant flowing between the outdoor and indoor units through tubing in the conduit.