Are you ready to make your classic suburban home feel as great as it looks? A mini split can finally fix those hot and cold spots that are common in split-level homes. You can supplement your existing ductwork system to treat the room above the garage that never feels right, or the basement rec room that’s always too hot or cold. Or, you can get a comfort upgrade for the entire home.
With state-of-the-art heat pump and air handler technology, a Daikin ductless heating and cooling system will give your home the year-round comfort you’ve always wanted!
One of the most common problems with split-level homes are the temperature differences between the floors. In some cases, the bedrooms upstairs can be ten degrees warmer than the living room and dining room in the summer! The problem’s just as bad in the winter with freezing-cold rooms on the second floor.
Daikin mini splits used a zoned approach to heating and cooling. Instead of using one thermostat to control the entire house, you can set and change the temperature in almost every room individually.
When the bedrooms need more heat, you can turn up those without affecting the first floor. If the basement rec room gets too chilly in the winter, you can warm it without making the upstairs feel like a sauna.
Or, set each zone to the same temperature and finally achieve consistent, even heating and cooling throughout your home!
Are you tired of turning up the TV when the heat kicks on? Or having to talk louder when the AC is running? With Daikin ductless, that’s never an issue! Each air handler provides whisper-quiet comfort, even when they’re running at full power. No matter how cold or hot it gets outside, your home will stay at the temperature you want — without all the noise.
You don’t need to add extra ductwork or overhaul your home’s entire HVAC system when one or two rooms don’t feel comfortable. Instead, a single-zone mini split can add that extra level of heating and cooling right where you need it — and nowhere else! It’s especially great for the bonus room over the garage — a part of the house that’s often hotter or colder than other rooms.