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A wall mounted mini-split unit.

Get $5,000+ Off a Ductless Mini-split

Make your space more energy- and cost-efficient easily. A ductless mini-split heat pump keeps your space comfortable year-round without requiring costly construction work or blocking a window. Take it room by room and get $250 off per unit, or transform your entire building and save thousands.

How It Works

A heat pump moves existing heat in the air from one place to another using electricity. In summer, it moves heat from inside a building to the outside like an air conditioner. In winter, it works in reverse, extracting heat from outside to bring it into a building.

Benefits

  • Uses energy more effectively. Heat pumps concentrate and transfer heat rather than generating it directly, delivering one-and-a-half to three times more heat energy to a building than the electrical energy they consume.
  • Dual heat-and-cooling system
  • Cost savings
  • Whisper quiet
  • Lower emissions
  • Filters and dehumidifies the air
  • Easy to operate

Mini-split Types

With several types to choose from, you can select the mini-split that best meets your needs and home design: floor mounted, slim duct, compact cassette, and wall mounted.
  • 1. FLOOR MOUNTED

    Ideal for residential replacements or any room with limited upper wall space as its compact size fits easily under a standard window.

  • 2. SLIM DUCT

    These look most like central air, concealed with minimal ductwork mounted in a ceiling or in a framed enclosure below a ceiling.

  • 3. COMPACT CASSETTE

    The most discrete mini-split—only the compact cassette grille shows in the ceiling. It uses the latest fan technology to distribute the conditioned air evenly.

  • 4. WALL MOUNTED

    These mount high on a wall, out of sight. No ductwork required, and maintenance is very simple.

Get Ductless Mini-split Rebates

Get an instant, $250 rebate per unit. You may qualify for $5,000+ in incentives when you install ductless mini-splits throughout your entire building.

Pick a participating contractor to get started. Your contractor will help find and install your heat pump, and deduct your rebate from the total project cost.

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