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Do you have a central air conditioning system that just isn’t getting the job done? Do you own a home with no AC at all, which makes the hot summer months in Boston unbearable?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, a ductless mini split is an option to consider. When compared to other types of systems, including central AC and window units, there are many benefits:

Along with the above, ductless mini splits are versatile. Regardless of the size of your home and cooling requirements, you can install a system designed to effectively and efficiently cool every room.

Tip: ductless mini split systems are also designed for expansion, which makes life easier on you if you finish your basement or attic or add another room to your existing structure.

But what about the cost?

With so many benefits, it’s easy to believe that a ductless mini split will cost you an arm and a leg. But we have some good news.

Thanks to the ease of installation, ductless mini splits are extremely affordable. This is particularly true when compared to the cost of replacing an old central AC unit or adding to a pre-existing home.

Generally speaking, you can expect to spend somewhere in the $3,000 range to install a ductless mini split AC system.[i] Of course, this varies based on details such as:

For instance, you’ll pay more for a top of the line Mitsubishi system than a lesser known brand. Just remember that you get what you pay for. If you choose a ductless mini split from a reputable brand, you can reasonably expect it to last 20 years (or more).

A ductless mini split allows you to save in other ways, too:

When you consider everything you get in return, ductless mini splits are definitely worth the cost. Not only do you save money upfront, but you do so over the long run as well.

If you have questions about the cost of installing a ductless mini split AC system in your home, contact us to schedule a free consultation.

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