If you think you could benefit from a ductless mini-split in Orland Park, IL, you’re not alone. Many homeowners are considering a ductless mini-split heat pump for many different reasons. Some are building new homes and have decided from the start not to deal with the hassle of ductwork. Others have a room that their ducted system can’t reach, or they own a home that can’t structurally support all the vents. Our technicians at Zark Heating & Cooling would be happy to help you analyze your needs.
Like traditional heat pumps, mini-splits are composed of an air handler, compressor, and refrigerant line. The air handler goes in the living space you intend to heat and cool, while the compressor is placed outside. In cooling mode, the air handler draws heat from the room, and the compressor releases it outdoors; in heating mode, the process is reversed. It’s simple, but it can result in great savings.