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Busting Myths About Ductless Mini Splits

Jul 01, 2019

As you may have noticed, more and more ductless mini splits are being installed in Pacific Northwest homes. And since word-of-mouth is the most common way for homeowners to learn about going ductless, it’s no surprise that some incorrect assumptions about ductless heat pumps persist.

Over on the Going Ductless consumer site, we addressed some of these misconceptions, focusing on homes with electric resistance heating (such as baseboards and wall heaters) and a single ductless heat pump indoor head installed in the home’s main living area.

Take a look and brush up on talking points that can help you sell and install ductless systems with confidence »

Is Ductless right for your home?

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Is Ductless right for your home?

Click over the house that best fits your home style to view more information.

  • Single-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,200 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Infrared panels/ceilings
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  • Two-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,600 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Electric forced air furnace
    Learn More
  • Manufactured or mobile

    Is your home:

    • Electric baseboard/wall heating
    • Electric forced air furnace
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  • Split-level

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,400 sq. ft.
    • Electric forced air furnace (preferred)
    • Baseboard heating, infrared panel, wall heaters
    Learn More