Mini Split Placement: Where Should You Install Your Mini Split?

Mini splits are an efficient way to heat and cool several rooms. Because they don’t need ducts, they can be easily installed in multiple indoor zones, only requiring a small hole to connect the indoor units with the outdoor unit.

Like most air conditioning systems, where you install your mini split is critical. Even if they don’t need ductwork, where you put your mini split will likely be its permanent home, especially for models like wall mounted and ceiling cassette units. Before installing your mini split in its permanent location, there are several factors you need to consider.

In this article, we discuss how to determine the placement of your indoor and outdoor units, and the optimum distances and locations. 

Bosch Mini Splits Product Guide

Ductless mini split are a cost-effective way to cool your room in summer, or even heat it during the colder months of winter. As spring gives way to summer, you may want to upgrade your old window AC to a more efficient mini split to enjoy better cooling and bigger savings over the long term.

In this article, we talk about Bosch mini splits and why you may want to consider this storied brand for your next mini split purchase.