Types of Indoor Mitsubishi American Standard Ductless Units

Indoor Ductless Heating and Cooling Systems

Do you have a space in your home that you just cannot keep comfortable? It could be the master bedroom or that beautiful sun room that is either always too hot or too cold. Ductless heating and cooling could be the answer you have been looking for! Ductless heating and cooling systems consist of an outdoor and indoor unit connected by copper lines similar to your traditional central AC system. But, these systems are able to provide both heat and air to a space without any duct work. Instead they have an indoor head that is designed to move the air to all parts of the room.

There is a Ductless Solution For Every Room!

Mitsubishi American Standard offers four styles of indoor ductless units.

Wall Mounted- Considered the “original” ductless system, these wall mounted styles are the most commonly seen ductless units. They normally sit high on the wall and use multiple sets of adjustable air veins to spread the air evenly throughout the room.

Wall Mounted

Floor Mounted Units- Floor mounted units go where wall mounted units cannot. If you have very little wall space or just do not want to give up the wall space you have, we can install a floor mounted unit which is ideal for these areas. This system uses a unique airflow pattern to make sure every part of your room is comfortable.

Floor Mounted

Ceiling Mounted Units- Ceiling mounted units were a great addition to the ductless line. These units sit inside your ceiling joists flush with the ceiling. This system provides a unique futuristic look and is still packed with all of the industry leading technology that Mitsubishi American Standard is known for.

Ceiling mounted unit

Horizontal-Ducted Units- Wait, I thought these were ductless units? Our industry can never fully get away from duct work because for some applications it just makes sense. These ducted units are made to heat and cool one large room or two small rooms that are back to back. They are designed to work with a short duct run to spread the air out to multiple locations. Normally installed in attics, hidden in ceilings, or beneath the floors, these units have a unique-niche application.

Single Zone Systems vs. Multi-Zone Systems

A good ductless contractor looks at each room/home as a blank canvas and constructs a custom zoned solution for that home. Most ductless installations are completely different than the install before, and that just might be the best part of this product.

Single Zone Systems

Every indoor unit needs to connect to an outdoor unit. In a single zone system you will have one outdoor unit for every indoor unit. Single Zone systems are very common for a room addition, bonus room, sun room, and garages, just to name a few.

Multi-Zone Units

For some applications, one indoor unit is not enough. Whether you are doing a very large room that calls for more capacity than what a Single Zone System can handle, or maybe you have an application that includes multiple rooms. The Multi-Zone systems have the ability to run multiple indoor units off of a single outdoor unit. Each indoor unit can be controlled separately depending on your need for that specific room.

Versatility makes ductless a valuable tool for contractors.

Ductless systems have so many applications it is almost impossible to list them all. But very common places you may see ductless are: uncomfortable bedrooms, finished basements, home additions, garages, three season rooms, offices, small apartments, custom new construction homes, churches, schools, homes without AC, homes with solar, and any other space that has comfort issues.

If you have any rooms in your home that are not comfortable call your trusted ductless contractor and let them design a custom system for you!