Discover a Mini-Split System – an Energy-Efficient, Ductless HVAC Solution from Quality Refrigeration What are your options to heat or cool a room you’ve added on that doesn’t affix to your ductwork? Or, what do you do to add heating or cooling to a room that just isn’t as cozy as the other areas your house? It could be that your dining room is chilly in the winter and too warm in the summer. It’s not unusual to need an HVAC solution for just one or two rooms in your home. Call Quality Refrigeration in Baltimore. We have a solution for you: a mini-split system. With whisper-quiet indoor operation and a small design that will blend with any room’s decor, these units heat or cool problematic rooms. What makes them even better is that they’re efficient with energy ratings of up to 22 SEER* and 10.20 HSPF**. The bottom-line is home comfort that won’t destroy your budget. Easy to install, mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps efficiently move air into your room. While window units can leave your home exposed to insects, weather and home invasions, the mini-split system’s installation helps keep your home safe. The indoor unit is affixed to your wall and is connected to the outside unit through a small hole in the wall. Whether you need a mini-split heat pump or a mini-split air conditioner, Quality Refrigeration has a unit that could help: Mini-Split Heat Pumps Mini-Spilt Air Conditioners Call Quality Refrigeration in Baltimore at 410-355-6010 or schedule your appointment online to find the right mini-split system for your home. Our experts are also available to repair your existing mini-split system. We look forward to hearing from you today! *SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, measures the cooling efficiency of your air conditioner or heat pump. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency and more savings for you and the environment. **HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, measures the heating efficiency of your heat pump. A higher HSPF rating means greater energy efficiency, more savings and is better for the environment.