Multi - Head & Split System
Multi-head and split systems are similar to the traditional window units that you've likely seen before and other interior settings. The only difference, however, is that multi-head and split systems have two units consisting of one that is placed outdoors while another is placed indoors along with the window unit as you have likely seen before. The biggest benefit of multi-head and split systems is that you were given ultimate control over the indoor temperatures and you can regulate them as you see fit.
If you're wondering why someone would invest in a multi-head and split system, there're several reasons why a could be beneficial for you. If you live in an older home, or even an apartment, your wall, and ceiling space are likely smaller than what it would be if you had a larger, more modern home to accommodate updated air systems. On top of that many of the window units where traditional air-conditioning would be installed are quite small in comparison and mean that a single-window unit is left in charge of attempting to cool the entire space. With an outdoor unit, the indoor unit can be given more power and control to circulate the air throughout the space.
Let's say that you live in an apartment and you have one window unit that is required to cool every room in your apartment. Often, this may not be possible. With the combined strength of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, the multi-head and split system can then circulate the air with more power to reach every room in the apartment. While you might think that installing more indoor window units would be a solution, it assumes that you have enough space over every window, in every room, to accommodate them. On top of that, installing individual window units in every room does not ensure a cohesive indoor temperature.
Our favourite feature about multi-head and split systems is that you're given complete control over how to moderate the temperatures indoors. While multi-head and split systems are not the same as central air systems, they still provide a successful amount of comfort when it comes to regulating the overall temperature indoors. This also means that you do not have to keep track of multiple units throughout your home. Instead, you can take control and manage one unit they can efficiently reach every part of your home.
Comfort and Control
The multi-head and split system provide a great amount of comfort and control for your home. It is a great way to accommodate your home if you do not have the space for ductwork or larger outdoor units that need to be connected and wired to the rest of your home's interiors. Lastly, clients that have multi-head and split systems rave about their low maintenance and their durability. So, if you want long-lasting comfort and control over your indoor space’s temperature, then a multi-head and split system is the right one for you!