Ductless air conditioners are also known as mini-split air conditioners since they work in similar fashion to ducted central air conditioners, but on smaller scale. Ductless air conditioning systems have gained popularity in recent years for their ease of installation when compared to central air conditioning, and their quiet and effective operation in both homes and offices. They  also provide comfortable and efficient heat and are commonly referred to as ductless heat pumps.

Ductless air conditioning systems don’t use ductwork or ducted air distribution like a central system. They are comprised of two basic components: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. An indoor unit contains an air handling unit, an evaporator and a blower. An outdoor unit contains a condenser and a compressor. Ductless heating and cooling systems provide a number of advantages; there is no heating or cooling loss via the ductwork, the footprint of most units is quite small, and most indoor units operate via a convenient remote control. Using these hand held remotes you can heat or specific areas of your home or office, making them more efficient than central systems in many instances.

Advanced Comfort Systems, Inc. is a Fujitsu Elite Contractor

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Standard Warranty - 5 years on parts, 7 years on compressor
Advanced Comfort Systems Elite Contractor Warranty - 12 years on parts and compressor
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Energy Efficient

Because there are no ducts, Halcyon systems lose less than 5% cooling vs. up to 40% for traditional forced-air systems.

Individual Zoning

Heat or cool the areas you want, and not the areas that are unoccupied.

Quiet Operation

Louder components like compressors and motors outdoors are installed outside providing a peacful environment inside.

Customized Solutions

1 to 8 indoor units, varying in size and style, connect to 1 outdoor unit to heat or cool individual rooms, hallways and open spaces.