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Multi-Zone Mini Split Systems

Multi-Zone Mini Split Installation in NH

Understanding Multi-Zone Mini Split Systems

Multi-zone mini-split systems are a versatile and efficient air conditioning solution, ideally suited for properties where the cooling needs vary across different areas. These systems consist of multiple indoor units linked to a single outdoor compressor, permitting personalized climate control for each zone or room. This ability to regulate temperatures in individual areas is not only energy-efficient but can also lead to substantial savings on utility bills. 

Such systems are optimal for larger properties and those with unique architectural features, such as multiple floors, expansive open spaces, or areas that are seldom used. They're also a great choice for properties with occupants having differing temperature preferences. For instance, in a multi-story residential building, each tenant can adjust the temperature to their comfort level without impacting others.

Our skilled technicians at Bergeron Mechanical Systems carry a full suite of multi-zone mini split systems to ensure we have the right units for your unique needs. From helping you select the perfect system for your property to seamlessly installing your units and offering preventative maintenance tips, we are here to help Keene stay comfortable indoors all year long.  

Call our team today at (603) 733-4594 to schedule your service. We offer free estimates!

  • "Mini-splits are complex and require attention to detail, which is why I used Bergeron"
    - Rob W.

What Is the Difference Between a Multi-Zone Mini Split & a Traditional AC System?

In contrast to traditional air conditioning systems, multi-zone mini split systems offer a higher degree of personalized comfort and energy efficiency. Traditional, or centralized, air conditioning systems typically rely on a network of ducts to circulate cool air throughout the property, which can result in energy loss and uneven cooling. These systems operate on an "all or nothing" principle, meaning the entire system must be on, even if cooling is only desired in certain areas. 

On the other hand, multi-zone mini split systems operate independently in each zone, allowing for precise temperature control and eliminating the energy waste associated with cooling unoccupied rooms. Additionally, the ductless nature of mini splits can lead to better air quality, as ducts can often harbor dust, allergens, and mold.

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Can a Multi-Zone Mini Split Heat & Cool My Home?

A significant advantage of a multi-zone mini-split system is its dual function of heating and cooling your home. Unlike traditional air conditioning systems that only provide cooling, multi-zone mini-split systems are equipped with heat pumps that enable both heating and cooling. This functionality allows for year-round climate control, making them a practical choice for regions that experience varied seasons. 

During the warm months, the system works in a similar way to a regular air conditioner by removing heat from inside the home and expelling it outside. During colder months, the process is reversed, extracting heat from the outdoor air—even in relatively cold conditions—and transferring it inside. This convenient, all-in-one solution can lead to further cost and energy savings, eliminating the need for separate heating and cooling systems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 603-733-4594 today!

  • Why are the techs sitting in their van on their cell phone after they completed the work at my location?

    There are multiple facets that line up for us to be successful with any customer visit. One of them is documenting what we found/accomplished during our visit to your location. This information is best captured during and just after our work. Depending on connectivity we may complete our digital notes before, during or after our work at your location. This task is part of your work and billable to you.

  • How much does new HVAC equipment cost?

    Equipment installation pricing can vary, depending on what brand and efficiency of equipment you want to look at. With a little information from you we can typically provide a good budget estimate digitally so you can determine direction. We can provide a wide range of pricing for you. In this day and age we encourage you to always add the word “installed” to your internet cost search. The old adage “You get what you pay for” applies. Be wary of contractors that show up with vans that don’t clearly identify who they are or have State required license numbers indicated. The best way to get a definitive price is to have one of our specialists come to the house and discuss all of your options.

  • How long does it take to install a Mitsubishi mini split unit?

    We are the only company in the region that has the ability to install multi-zone Mitsubishi mini split systems in one (1) business day.

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