Ductless mini-split heating and cooling systems allow for room-by-room temperature control. In larger spaces, they can even help control the temperature within different areas.
Ductless mini-split systems achieve this through an inspired combination of outdoor compressor/condenser and indoor air-handling unit. Power and communication cables, copper tubing, and a condensation drain line connect the two components.
Why Should You Consider a Ductless Mini-Split System?
There are many uses for the Fujitsu Ductless Mini-Split System, including:
House additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not financially or logistically workable
Houses with boiler heat
Server rooms for businesses
It’s also important to note that the Fujitsu Ductless Mini-Split System offers many advantages over central air. Chief among them: the ability of homeowners to exert much more precise temperature control throughout their residence.
Proud To Be An Official Fujitsu Elite Contractor
At P&M Mechanical Inc. we’re proud to hold Elite Contractor status with Fujitsu. This is important to you because it means:
Our team members received extensive training through Fujitsu. Such training ensures proper installation of your Fujitsu Ductless Mini-Split System. This decreases the risk of installation-related issues down the road.
We have installed so many Fujitsu Ductless Mini-Split Systems that Fujitsu recognizes our experience as extensive. That extensive experience is crucial since all mini-split systems can only work optimally if they are installed properly.
P&M Mechanical Inc. can provide residential customers with a 12-year parts/compressor warranty. It’s the longest warranty Fujitsu offers — and is available to you when you work with P&M Mechanical Inc.
We Offer the Ductless Mini-Split System Options You Need
Whether you need the Fujitsu Ductless Mini-Split System in your home or business, we can install it. Single zone systems? Multi-zone systems? We offer it all at P&M Mechanical Inc. Mechanical Heating and Cooling. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Whether in your home or in any commercial area, the AC machine needs regular maintenance to be running in good form. Some common maintenance tips include – cleaning the air filters so that dust and dirt don’t accumulate on them, checking the ductwork, checking the condenser, checking and cleaning the evaporator coils, ensuring there is no deposition of dust, dirt and debris in the outdoor unit of the machine, unclogging the drainpipe so that there is no buildup of water inside, etc. Along with these, it is imperative to get the air conditioner serviced at regular intervals of time, at least once annually.
The average life span of an air conditioner is about 10-15 years. This is with proper care and maintenance and moderate use. However, if you use the machine frequently, almost on a regular basis, and there is no proper servicing and maintenance, it will last for about 8-10 years. Moderate use of the AC improves its longevity almost by 2 times. In many cases, it has been seen that an air conditioner machine has lasted for almost 20-22 years. This is a clear indication that the machine has been serviced and maintained well over the years, and hence, its longevity.
There are mixed reactions from experts on this question. However, most of them opine that it is mandatory to get the air conditioner serviced minimum once annually so that it runs in good condition for a long period of time. Generally, dirt and dust tend to accumulate on the air filters and the condensing coils in the machine. During servicing, these are cleaned so that the efficiency and performance of the machine remain in top form. If not serviced, efficiency drops by almost 5% and the percentage keep on increasing. Ideally, the air filters should be changed every month, which you can do on your own.