- Older homes or homes with high ceilings where installing ductwork to the furnace may be impossible or cost-prohibitive.
- Homes where only a few sections or rooms need to be extra cool in the summer or extra warm in the winter.
- Where an attic or garage is converted into a living space.
- Homes with auxiliary or detached dwelling units that don’t require a complete HVAC system.
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Ductless systems can provide multiple zones of heating or cooling. For example, in many split-level homes in the Pacific Northwest, the lower level (often a finished basement) stays moderate year-round. At the same time, the upper floor(s) face more extreme temperature shifts. In such situations, using a whole-home HVAC system to cool the upstairs in the summer will cause the downstairs to be abnormally cold.
With Variable Refrigerant Flow ductless systems (VRF), each house zone can be operated and optimized independently. Hence, able to address different needs in an existing space. VRF systems can even provide AC and heat simultaneously to various zones within the area.
Morgan Mechanical installs and services many brands of ductless mini splits in apartment buildings, condos, houses, and new construction in Seattle, Renton, Redmond, Eastside, Kirkland, Bellevue & Greater WA.
Whether it’s a heat pump repair or a smart home HVAC system install, we are here to get the job done.