I visited my college friend’s home last summer, and interestingly, they had a ductless mini-split system for their home’s air conditioning, and it worked perfectly.
Such an HVAC installation only worked for small spaces, but they had made it work across all their five bedrooms. The air quality in the house was adequate and provided enough help with indoor comfort. I asked them why they opted for that as their quality HVAC because it saved them more energy compared to their older unit. They had the option of an electric heat pump but eventually decided that the mini split would be cheaper for them. Since every space has its digital thermostat, they can control the home’s temperature and energy use depending on what they need to use. For example, the bedroom I was staying in had only been conditioned when I was coming. They also easily managed air conditioner tune-up because the cooling corporation sent over a cooling specialist when they were due for air conditioner service and maintenance, which wasn’t expensive. They are also lucky to have one of the biggest indoor comfort businesses in their town because they can access the services of an a/c worker as fast as possible, unlike where I lived. My house is a small rental with an old central HVAC system, and after visiting my friends, I thought about installing a similar unit because I already had repair troubles every month, and I could not move. I window-shopped at the HVAC business in my friend’s town and found a unit that would fit perfectly into my two-bedroom space, but it wasn’t available in my local town.