Homeowners could benefit in many ways from a mini-split AC in Parkland, FL. Some, having built a room addition or remodeled their attic or basement, will install a mini-split air conditioner in that space. Others use one for an outbuilding, like their garage or a work shed. With one compressor, you could hook up eight air handlers in all, which means it’s possible to achieve whole-house cooling.

The way a mini-split works is simple: it transfers heat from your home to the outside, just as a traditional heat pump does, but it doesn’t send the resulting cool air through a system of ducts. Mini-splits are ductless and meant for a single, small space.