Handling addition with a ductless split system

When my hubby & I first got married, we lived on a honestly slender budget. Because we were unwilling to throw currency away on rent, we scraped together enough for a down payment & took out a loan in order to purchase our own home. We managed to buy a big plot of land because the actual cabin was seriously small & rundown. Although the residence required lots of repairs, the size of the cabin made the updates simple & sufficient. Living in such a tiny cabin simplified repairs, service & improvements. I could clean every square inch in a couple of hours, and despite the weather extremes in our local area, the cost of heating & cooling was negligible. After living in the cabin for seven years, we added three kids, two cats & a cat to our family. The living accommodations abruptly felt honestly cramped. We needed an addition. Designing & constructing the added space wasn’t a problem. Our largest debate was how to handle heating & cooling requirements. We considered expanding the duct system but distraught that the a/c & boiler wouldn’t be able to handle the additional square footage. We looked into a variety of possibilities & decided on a ductless multi-split system. We have a single outdoor air compressor that connects to six individual indoor air handlers mounted up high on the wall. Each air handler includes a temperature control that allows for customized temperature setting & zone control. The ductless system is appealingly compact, streamlined & quiet. Featuring inverter technology, operation is especially energy efficient.


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