Ductless Mini-Split Systems from City Home Comfort
Ductless heating & cooling systems are perfect for homes or additions that lack ductwork, and other situations where a normal central A/C or forced-air furnace isn’t suitable.
➤ Both cooling-only and heating + cooling models are available.
Do you have an old ductless air conditioner that has seen better days, or are you looking for additional cooling in a space with no ductwork? If that sounds familiar, then it might be time for a ductless mini-split replacement.
When you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, City Home Comfort is your dependable local contractor. We provide fair & transparent prices, and we’ve been helping homeowners in Toronto for over three decades with installation, repairs, and maintenance for their ductless systems.
Popular Uses for Ductless Mini-Split Systems include:
- Providing additional cooling power to a third floor
- Providing heating & cooling to homes or businesses with no ductwork
- Heating & cooling a home addition or inlaw suite
Get a Great Deal on Brand Name Ductless Mini-Splits
When you trust this Toronto heating and cooling contractor with your HVAC needs, you’ll get access to a wide selection of ductless mini-split systems from all the best manufacturers in the world, including Trane, Mitsubishi, and Fujitsu.
Trane’s 120-plus years of experience in HVAC makes them one of the most recognizable names in the industry. Trane is a great choice for reliable, high-quality ductless mini-split systems. They have a great selection of single- and multi-zone indoor and outdoor units that you can mix and match according to your needs. The indoor units offer flexible installation options like floor, ceiling, wall, and concealed units. They come equipped with great features like wireless controls, a timer for automatic mode, and a sleep mode to save energy late at night.
Mitsubishi has a long history, and today they’re a major manufacturer of automobiles, electronics, and HVAC equipment. Their single- and multi-zone ductless mini-splits guarantee excellent temperature and humidity control, great energy efficiency, and interesting features like a sensor that detects hot and cold spots. Mitsubishi is one of the most highly-regarded brands of ductless heating & cooling systems.
Fujitsu is another major multinational manufacturer of technology and equipment, including ductless mini-splits. They have single- and multi-zone units that can provide year-round comfort and air filtration, be controlled with a Wi-Fi app, and be paired with remote sensors and controllers.
Daikin’s EMURA Heat Pumps are some of the sleekest-looking units on the market, packing a lot of cooling power into a beautiful unit that can fit the style of any room. With advanced features like app-enabled control, you can make sure your home is cool by the time you get home.
Learning More About Ductless Mini-Splits
There are two major types of air conditioning systems: central ones and ductless ones. In terms of cooling mechanisms, the two systems function very similarly. The difference is in how they get cold air from the unit to your home.
Central air conditioners rely on ductwork and vents to circulate cold air throughout your house. Ductless systems, on the other hand, use outdoor compressor units connected to indoor air handling units that distribute air into individual rooms or areas.
Some ductless mini-split systems also have a heating function, which means they can provide cooling in the summer and heating in the winter.
Is a Ductless Mini-Split Right for Me?
Ductless mini-splits are ideal for older homes, condos, and other spaces that don’t have existing ductwork. Instead of taking on the hassle of retrofitting your home with ducts (which can be expensive and difficult), a mini-split lets you have your cake and eat it too: you get an air-conditioned house without expensive renovations to your home.
During installation, our technicians will install one or more indoor air handling units in your home that will be connected to the outdoor compressor unit. And the best news is that installing the indoor units is generally quick and easy, so we’ll be in and out in no time.
Single-Zone and Multi-Zone Mini-Splits
One decision you’ll face when buying a ductless mini-split is between single-zone and multi-zone systems. A single-zone ductless mini-split pairs one outdoor unit with a single indoor unit. A multi-zone system pairs a single outdoor unit with two or more indoor air handlers.
The system that’s right for you will depend on many things, such as:
- The size of your home
- What rooms you spend the most time in and where they’re located
- Whether you want to set different temperatures for different areas
- The layout and design of your home
If you’re not sure which system is right for you, then one of our certified technicians will be happy to provide an assessment.
Our Services in Toronto
We can take care of all your HVAC needs, including ductless mini-split installation, emergency heating & cooling system repairs, and maintenance. We’ll help you every step of the way, from choosing the right model to installing your system quickly and properly to providing ongoing care and service.
Here’s what you can expect when you call our experienced staff for help:
- Fast and reliable service
- Fair prices
- Trained, licensed, and insured technicians
- Nearly 40 years of experience serving homes in Toronto
- Emergency 24-hour service
We’ll even give you a free estimate about a new install or services to keep you on track with your household budget.
Important Warranty Coverage So You Can Rest Easy
Warranty coverage will protect you by making sure all necessary repairs are done quickly, and it’ll also make sure you don’t have to pay out of pocket for something you’ve already invested in.
Because of this, you should consider warranty coverage when you’re buying a new ductless mini-split, as some manufacturers offer very different terms. For most manufacturers, a standard warranty is about 10 years and covers functional parts and the compressor.
Just make sure you register any new unit within 60 or 90 days of installation, otherwise you won’t be eligible for the longest extended warranty terms.