Installed another ductless mini split to cover the remaining zones of the home

Last spring season, I decided to install a ductless mini split at our home.

The ductless mini split was awesome in the summer, but honestly I did want more zones in the household.

Originally, I wanted to have the master bedroom set up with its own zone. We ended up installing zones in the kitchen, the living room, and the dining area. This worked out alright and the temperature control was alright throughout the house so long as the doors would remain open. I finally was able to find a quad zone HVAC system that I could install and cover the rest of the zones I wanted covering all the bedrooms. This way, all the children would have their own customized temperature control and we would be extra comfortable in our master bedroom as well. So I went for the installation and it went pretty well. I had already done this type of installation before, so it was a breeze for me. I learned a few vital lessons too, like make sure to have plenty of batteries charged with your power drills! Last time, I kept drilling through my cinder block walls with a hole saw, but my batteries would die after so much work, and I would have to wait until the following day to get back to work with the HVAC install. This time, I didn’t have to take long breaks in between and I finished it all in 3 days. It took that long because I was installing even more zones than before, so there was a huge amount of work. It was a beautiful thing when the installation was completed though and the kids are so happy to have their own thermostats.


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