If you have questions about the ductless mini split heating system in Everett, you can ask Complete Mechanical. Our technical teams have the expertise needed to correctly size the units and to install them with a minimum of fuss.
Indeed, that minimum of fuss is one of the benefits of getting a ductless mini split heating system. The exterior unit can be positioned up to fifty feet away from the point of entry. This allows placing it in a location that will not upset the landscaping or create an eyesore on the street side of the house. In addition, installation only requires a three-inch hole drilled from the outside to the inside of the home. This allows minimal disturbance of existing siding and interior paneling.
The best benefit of a ductless mini split heating system in Everett, however, is the ability to develop four heating zones powered by a single outside unit. Each zone is managed through an inside unit. A remote is used to change settings on the unit. This is handy because two of the possible placements of the inside units – high up on a wall or suspended from the ceiling – might place the unit out of easy reach. The units can also be positioned as a free-standing unit. That gives several options for interior placement – a flexibility that is of great advantage when retrofitting older homes or even if building additions in a situation that would make placing a standard central heating system difficult. Complete Mechanical would be happy to send a team to assess your situation – just call us at (206)337-2360. We will be very glad to help you to select the correct size and to discuss placement options for units. These flexible units could be the solution to your heating questions.