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Things to Consider About Ductless HVAC Systems

Ductless air conditioners and heat pump systems are like the Swiss Army knife of HVAC. They have a solution for just about any heating and cooling need, and can provide comfort in areas where traditional ducted systems can’t. Adding a room to an existing home? Converting a basement, attic or garage into a living space? Looking for air conditioning options for older homes? Providing a boost to a room that’s always too hot or too cold? A Carrier ductless system has a solution for all of the above. With virtually endless configurations, and a variety of indoor units to choose from, ductless systems provide the ultimate, customizable comfort solution. They are quick and easy to install with no ductwork required. Outdoor units can be strategically placed to minimize sound in occupied areas. Indoor units are available in several styles to work with the aesthetics and physical needs of each individual room. Ductless systems can work alongside your existing air conditioner or heat pump system. And, they can save on your utility bills with ENERGY STAR® qualified systems and by actively heating and cooling only the areas that are occupied.


When choosing a Ductless System, you can trust the Carrier experts at Zed-Air Heating and Air Conditioning. We will evaluate your home and provide a customized plan designed specifically for you. We will recommend equipment based on the details of your home and budget.

Ductless Infinity

Infinity Ductless

At 42 SEER, there's nothing more efficient when paired with its outdoor single zone counterpart 38MPRA. The new 40MPHA indoor unit features built-in Wi-Fi® that gives you control from virtually anywhere or compatibility with third party thermostats when the 24V Interface is installed. The High Wall also offers a Relative Humidity Sensor to customize the humidity level for more comfortable air and an occupancy sensor that senses a person in a room and can direct airflow either toward or away from that person. It’s impressive cooling operating range maintains consistent capacity from -22° F to 122° F. On the other end of the spectrum, the systems high heating capability is exceptional, running 100% to -22° F to 86° F temperature range. No matter the temperature outside, this system can handle the extremes.

Ductless Performance Series

Performance™ Residential Series Mini Split System

PerformanceTM Series ductless systems offer that perfect balance between budget limits you may have today and your desire for energy savings and comfort options. Designed for versatility and year-round comfort.The Performance Series Ductless can achieve full heating capacity even as temperatures outside dip to 5° F, and can maintain 69% of its output capacity at -22° F. This model really delivers with features like variable speed operation for extra efficiency and reduced sound.

Ductless Comfort Series

Comfort™ Residential Series Ductless

Presenting our most economical way to bring cooling and heating to room spaces you’d like to turn into your comfort zones. The Carrier Comfort series includes your choice of an air conditioner for cooling or a heat pump for cool-season heating comfort. It’s the ideal solution for affordable, space-saving comfort. It offers the convenience of a temperature-sensing handheld remote and customized control over your comfort with four available fan speeds and louvers that can either move or remain stationary.

Ductless Multi Zone

Performance Multi-Zone

If you happen to live in a home without ductwork or have a converted area for a living/working space, you'll appreciate this multi-zone heat pump. The MGR System can provide year-round comfort, cooling for those hot summer days and warmth the rest of the year, even when temperature dips down to 5° F at full heating capacity (with the right size and system combination).

As a multi-zone, you can use up to five multiple style indoor units supported by just this one efficient, outdoor Inverter compressor unit. For quiet comfort in a multi-space application, it can't be beat.

Ductless Installations - Zed Air Is the Best Choice for Your New Ductless System

All our installers are licenced and take pride in what they do. They make every effort to ensure the job is done right the first time. Before starting an installation they will take the time to go over the procedure with you and describe how the new refrigerant lines will be installed and where the new unit will be installed. When they are finished they will go over what they did with you and make sure you understand how to operate and maintain your new equipment. If there is anything you are not quite happy with they will gladly make any adjustments needed to ensure you are completely satisfied with your new ductless installation.


It’s the Little Things That Count

Our installers don’t take shortcuts. The job is done the right way and not the easy way. 

Our installers are paid by the hour not by the job! 

Their goal is to provide you with the neatest job possible. 

We have the right tools for the job. 

After every installation our ductless systems are pressure tested at 250 PSI for 15 minutes 

All of our units are evacuated to 500 microns as per manufacturer instructions. 

All of our units are accurately charged with the right amount of refrigerant

The Ductless System is always left operating at maximum efficiency.

Before leaving they will ensure Your Home is as clean as it was when they arrived. 

All warranty info and users guide are left with the homeowner. 

A review of how to operate your new system, the work performed and your invoice is done before they leave.


Don’t Worry, We Got You Covered!

We are always here if you need us, just call and our customer service department will take care of you! All of our units come with a 10-year parts warranty and 2-year labour warranty. All of our units are eligible for a 10-year parts and 10-year labour warranty.


Check out the video to learn more about our Carrier ductless products.


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