Ideal for heating and cooling small spaces like single rooms or supplementing your current system.
These ductless HVAC systems are best suited for providing air conditioning for single rooms, additions and supplemental support for problem areas in larger homes. Because Daikin provides a zoning solution, you will have control over the comfort of each area fitted with one of our units.
Single zone systems heat or cool a single area or room. These systems consist of one outdoor unit connected to a solitary indoor unit. This is ideal for small spaces or situations where heating and cooling requirements are limited to a specific area. Alternatively, these systems are perfect for any oddly shaped areas in a home that don’t receive the proper temperature control. They are also ideal for spaces where you need independent air control from the rest of the house. Single-zone units are commonly used in bedrooms, small apartments, home offices, or other small spaces.
Lower Costs All-Around
Single-zone systems are significantly lower in cost than many other types of HVAC. The initial purchase price of a single unit is less expensive than purchasing multiple indoor mini-split units and considerably cheaper than buying and installing ductwork, a furnace, or another type of HVAC. However, it doesn’t just lower upfront costs – single-zone systems are cheaper to run than most other types of HVAC. This means if you want to cool a small space cheaply, this type of HVAC is perfect for you.
Single-zone systems are one of the most energy-efficient HVAC options. If you’re concerned about the environmental impacts of heating and cooling your home, installing a single-zone system is for you. By allowing you to heat or cool your space independently, it can be shut off when you are not using it, saving you money on your electricity bills and further impacting the environment.
Easy and Quick Installation
Single-zone mini-split systems are relatively easy to install, as they only involve one indoor and one outdoor unit. This means there won’t be pesky construction that can last days or weeks, and the labor costs for the technicians that install and maintain your unit will remain low.
Although there are many benefits, every HVAC system has disadvantages. Here are the top drawbacks of single-zone systems.
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