Updated January 06, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

The 10 Best Mini Split Heat Pumps

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in December of 2018. If you live in a home where installing distribution ductwork isn't possible or you're looking for a cost-effective alternative to a central HVAC system, consider adding one of these mini split heat pumps to your property. Our selection includes space-saving models with energy-efficient outdoor compressors and adjustable indoor air handlers to keep individual rooms comfortable all year long. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.

1. Senville LETO Series

2. Pioneer WYS012

3. MrCool Do It Yourself

Editor's Notes

January 01, 2019:

Included the Senville LETO Series for its efficient variable inverter compressor technology and easy-to-use infrared remote. I thought the MrCool Do It Yourself was a great option for amateur installers, thanks to its pre-charged linesets and simple electric connections. It also offers integrated leak detection. The "follow me" feature built into the design of the DuctlessAire DA2421 makes it a great option for remote operation. Also added the Gree U-Match for its extensive self-diagnostic functions. I thoughts the Daikin 17 Series was useful for particularly small rooms due to its infrared eye sensor to control when it turns on and off, which helps to save energy. Included the Classic America Ductless due to the ability of its thermistor protection device to protect the unit from loss of charge and from freezing in very cold weather.

4. DuctlessAire DA2421

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5. Gree U-Match

6. Air-Con Int Blue 2

7. Daikin 17 Series

8. Della 15 SEER

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9. Classic America Ductless

10. Klimaire KSIF018

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Jeff Newburgh
Last updated on January 06, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

Jeff is a dedicated writer and communications professional from San Francisco with a bachelor of arts in anthropology from UC Berkeley. He began his career in computer consulting and later branched out into customer service. Jeff focuses on making complex topics easy to understand. With over 10 years' experience in research, his relentless curiosity fuels a love of writing and learning how things work, and has helped to build expertise in categories such as heavy-duty power tools and computer equipment. Jeff's passion for animals affords him a strong understanding of pet products, including dog houses, beds, and grain-free foods. When he's not writing, he prefers spending time with his family and three dogs, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.

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