I have an older cabin that is severely immense but separated into lots of smaller rooms. The cabin is particularly challenging to heat and cool. It features high ceilings, pressing windows and an insufficient number of heating/cooling ventsâ€¦ Despite having a fairly modern oil furnace and air conditioner, there are rooms that were consistently hot or chilly, but adjusting the control component wasn’t able to target these identifiable rooms and simply made the rest of the cabin uncomfortable. I looked into zone control but because of the lack of vents, decided against it. Instead, I invested in a ductless multi-split and this has solved the problem. I am so glad with the ductless system. It wasn’t overly extravagant and installed in a single morning, in a matter of hours. There was no renovation, major construction or mess caused by the replacement project. The system consists of a single outdoor compressor linked by way of a conduit to 8 indoor air handlers, but each air handler simply required a 3-inch hole in an exterior wall to accommodate the conduit. We were able to location the outdoor compressor in an unobtrusive location, and it operates quietly. The air handlers are lightweight, slimand mounted up high on the wall. The system is honestly a heat pump, and each air handler provides both heating and cooling capacity. Each a single also features its own control component to provide zoned temperature control. We’re able to adjust temperature, fan speed, humidity levels and even set up automatic programs through an app on our smartphones. Despite the compact size and amazing efficiency levels, the ductless system is surprisingly powerful. It creates perfect comfort in every room.