Ductless Mini Split Installation
Ductless mini-split HVAC systems provide an easy-to-install alternative to invasive, expensive ductwork.
Because they’re smaller, ductless systems draw much less energy than central HVAC systems.
They’re also available in both A/C and Heat Pump models, so you’re covered all year long.
Zone Your Home for Maximum Comfort
One of the biggest advantages of ductless HVAC systems is their built-in ability to “zone” a home. Zoning is simply heating/cooling different areas of your home differently.
Zoning lets you fine-tune your HVAC for maximum comfort and savings. You’ll heat or cool the rooms you use most exactly how you want them.
Here are just some reasons you might consider zoning:
- There is a room you only use at certain times of day
- There is a room that gets hotter than others because of sunlight
- There is a room you prefer to be hotter or cooler than normal.
Installation, Maintenance, and Warranty
Steve’s Heating has the best warranty in the industry, which includes:
- A lifetime workmanship guarantee on all ductless mini-split systems that we install
- A 10 year warranty on all parts and labor (with annual Comfort Club Membership)
“Steve’s Heating and Cooling were professional, courteous, and cleaned up as they worked. The system we purchased was expensive, but all summer we had even cooling throughout our two story. And this winter the heating is also even throughout the whole house. Our bills are lower and our comfort is higher. Thank you, Steve’s.”
Liane | Florence, KY
Trane Featured System: Ductless Heat Pump Mini-Split System
This indoor- and outdoor-unit pair come together to provide efficient, flexible heating and cooling to your home.
With ductless technology, you don’t have to gut your home to install ductwork. That means you can install your Trane ductless HVAC system almost anywhere.
In addition to being thermostat compatible, this ductless mini-split comes with a remote control for easy temperature adjustment.
Ductless mini-split systems are, by nature, more quiet than their central counterparts. It’s so quiet that you’ll barely notice it’s there.