The condenser and conduit are run from the outdoor unit to one or more wall-mounted units inside your home, allowing you to control the temperature in different rooms or areas.
The ductwork in a central system delivers cool air to various rooms or “zones.” There’s energy loss, though – up to 40%. With a ductless mini-split system, the loss is only around one to five percent, meaning you save about half your cooling and heating costs. Ductless systems consume 2,000 to 2,500 total watts on average, while each component of a central system uses approximately 2,000 watts — 4,000 in total. Moreover, the majority of ductless systems are capable of achieving a SEER rating of 30.5 and are ENERGY STAR-qualified. In contrast, a traditional central system typically has a SEER rating of 20 at most.
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