Terra Air- Which mini split is right for you
There are several different types of mini split options, and the layout of your room will largely influence which type is right for you. Mini splits can be wall-mounted, floor-mounted, or ceiling-mounted. If you have windows or other obstructions that prevent you from installing a wall-mounted system near the top of your wall, floor-mounted mini splits are great options. People who don’t want their ductless air conditioners to take up space in their homes may prefer ceiling-mounted mini splits. By mounting your mini split overhead, you’d likely forget it was even there—if it weren’t for the obvious added comfort the system provides.
Single Zone Mini Split
A single-zone mini split system consists of a single outdoor and indoor unit. It’s designed to control the temperature of an individual room.
Wall-Mounted Mini Split
Wall-mounted mini split systems are installed near the top of a wall. They’re the most popular mini split option due to being the least expensive choice.
Floor-Mounted Mini Split
Floor-mounted mini splits are essentially the same at wall-mounted mini splits, except they’re installed near the bottom of a wall instead of towards the top. They’re ideal options for homeowners who want to mount their mini split systems on the wall but who have windows that are too high or ceilings that are too low or slanted for a wall-mounted split.
Ceiling Cassette Mini Split
Ceiling cassette mini split systems are installed on the ceiling. Due to their location, they provide a wider air flow than most other types of systems. Ceiling cassette mini splits are ideal for homeowners who don’t want their heating and cooling systems to take up wall space and who want to keep them out of sight.