Indecisive About a Ductless Mini Split Unit

When our hubby mentioned the plan of installing a ductless mini split plan into our basement instead of connecting our existing ductwork for central heat and air, I was against it.

All of us were renovating our basement and finishing it so that all of us could utilize the space as a family and for entertaining.

I honestly wanted to continue using our central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan because it would be sleek and minimal. The thought of installing a ductless component to the wall was distracting to the eye and it would take up space. Ductwork and central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C was all hidden behind the drywall and the only evidence of an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan were the air vents. My hubby was adamant about a ductless mini split plan though because he thought it would heat and cool our basement more efficiently. I knew he was entirely right, but I couldn’t get past the plan of having a giant piece of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit mounted to the wall. My hubby would not be deterred, and he came to me with a ductless component that could be mounted into the ceiling. The entire ductless component could be installed flush against the ceiling so that there was no extra unit hanging. The only thing people would see would be the outside of the ductless component and the air vents that pushed the air out. The ductless component could even be painted to match the color of the ceiling so that it blended in even more. This was the perfect solution for us!


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