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Ductless Mini Split Installation in Vancouver

Want more control over which rooms need heating and cooling in your home? A mini split system is a great solution for larger homes or new additions to existing homes. Plus, it doesn’t require existing ducting. Let us help you find the right HVAC system for you.

Mini Split System Rebates
in BC

Thanks to provincial and municipal rebates in BC, you can save thousands on your mini split system installation. So, what better time to add heating and cooling to your home than now?
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How It Works

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Assessment

Before we start, we’ll inspect your home to ensure it is compatible with the heating or cooling system you need.
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Installation

Our professional and qualified installers install the HVAC system in your home. They’ll also troubleshoot the system to ensure that no issues come up. 

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Inspection

We’ll always check in with you 1 week after the installation to see that everything in your home is working perfectly. And if we find any hiccups, we’ll help solve them right away.

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Maintenance

We want your system to last a long time, so our installers conduct regular checkups to see that everything works optimally.

Benefits of Mini Split Systems

1

High Energy Efficiency

Because there are no ducts, they waste less energy than central AC systems. As much as 30% of energy consumption is lost with older AC units.

2

Lower Operational Costs

By being more efficient, you also save money on heating and cooling your home. And that translates to more cash in your pocket.

3

Installation Flexibility

Because of their small size, it’s easy to install them in many types of homes. Plus, you have a lot more choice in how it looks with your interior design.

Types of Mini
Split Systems

Due to their flexibility in installation and individualized temperature control, mini split systems are increasingly popular in Vancouver. Typically, mini split systems are categorized in 2 ways:

Single-Zone Mini Split Systems

Multi-Zone Mini Split Systems

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Single-Zone Mini
Split Systems

Single-zone mini split systems are designed to cool or heat a single room or zone. These are a good choice if you’re adding a heating and cooling system to one area in your home.

Multi-Zone Mini
Split Systems

Multi-zone mini split systems can cool or heat multiple rooms or zones simultaneously, with individual temperature control. This type of heating system allows for greater control over temperature and comfort levels in multiple rooms or zones in your home.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Mini split systems are a type of HVAC system, and they control the temperature of individual indoor spaces. These systems come in various types, offering a broad spectrum of options for all sizes of homes.

Mini split systems provide more control over the temperature of each room while being an affordable HVAC system. Because of this, each member of your household can enjoy comfort at their ideal temperatures.

First, an HVAC professional will help you decide which type of system to install by assessing your home’s size as well as the heating and cooling needs. After that, the system is brought in and set up by the installers. Finally, they will test everything to make sure it’s working correctly.

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