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Average rating for Ductless Mini Splits
(3.9 / 5)
339 Reviews
  1. 11 months ago
    Good but!
    The quality is good and works very well. You do need to buy a separate line set and at the very least have an AC guy check the installation out Before turning it on. It took longer than expected to install as well.
  2. 1 year ago
    Great Price - But Not A "Complete System"
    This $699 unit is sold "WITHOUT ANY PIPPING OR WIRING" you must purchase the "1/4 in. x 3/8 in. x 15 ft. Universal Piping Assembly for Ductless Mini-Split $199.00" separately for connections between the two units.
  3. 1 year ago
    Have a/c & heat in a trailer, shed, garage, or any room without the need to have a window open or ductwork.
    Compressor is located outside the room via a small opening for a hose so the interior unit is quiet, dry & there is no need for an open window or expense of a/c duct installation.
  1. 2 years ago
    Nice system
    Very quiet system. I added it to my workspace and am enjoying having warmth in my office
  2. 3 years ago
    Super quiet and sips electricity. Loaded with features.
    This unit is super quiet both inside and out. We mounted it right above our bed any you can't tell it is running. After running this every night for two months we barely see any difference in our power bill and electricity here is $0.40 per KWH. We will be putting this same unit in our daughter's room. The suction line is 1/2", larger than most 3/4 ton units.
  3. 1 year ago
    Had these units for 8 months and love them
    Got two of these units to replace the baseboards in two 10x10 rooms. Needed a unit that has heat and would work down with temperatures down to 0. Positives: Heat quality is great even at 0 degrees. AC gets ice cold. Super energy efficient. Quiet. Average electrical bills on my 1000' sq. foot all electrical house with 3 Gree Terra units always set to 68-70 year round seem to be $90/month. Negatives: Poorly written manual not written by a native english speaker. Not sure how easy it would be to ... read more get this repaired if anything goes wrong with it. Recommended: Definitely!
  1. 2 years ago
    Good Product
    Purchased this Gree 12000 btu mini split air conditioner - inverter, heat pump for a bed room to resolve the inconstancy of the central system. My goal was constant temp at night and lower cost by not cooling the entire house when not in use. These units are advertised to be efficient and quiet; it is as described and met my expectations. Picked up at Home Depot and did part of the install myself then had a friend who is a heat and air contractor finished the technical part and startup. When the ... read more outside unit started we could see the fan turning but could not hear it over the wind and outside noise his gauges indicated it was ok and cooling began instantly. When running at full power to cool a warm room the current draw was 3.8 amps, as the room reached the set temp the current dropped to 1.6 amps. This is great compared to my central air drawing 28 amps and on off all day and night. This unit seems to be a quality product the install and operators manual not so good.
  2. 2 years ago
    Love it!
    This unit was for my home office 10 x 20 foot cabin. Seemed like the unit went in without a hitch to me.. very little grumbling from my men folk. But they had prepared very well in advance with wiring, putting down a cement pad, watching the youtube video for installation. We had 2 bids for hooking up the cooling end of the whole thing: $650 and $100! The high bid wanted to remove all the coolant and refill the unit prior to pressure testing, odd?! Anyway, the line was bled, pressure checked out ... read more and the unit turned on.. works perfect on a very low setting, so quiet it can barely be heard. Just in time for a short "hot spell".
  3. 2 years ago
    great buy
    replaced a forced air electric furnace with this and a 24000btu unite cut electric bill from $480 nov dec to $240 dec jan every month since has been cut by over 30%. self installed except connection of refrigeration line was charged $330 for two unites still half cost of bids for one unit installed by all local contractors. they well pay for them selves in just a couple of years.
  1. 10 months ago
    12,000 btu mini split
    Bought this unit to heat and cool my upstairs loft. The install was not too difficult. Took my father and me about 5 hours to completely finish. All In all it was a pretty smooth install. I did have to remove the outside units grate and bend the metal on the housing because it was coming into contact with the fan, so make sure you inspect the unit upon receipt. Also have an AC technician pull a vacuum and check for leaks. To insure longevity of the compressor make sure you pull the vacuum. I've ... read more read some reviews where people stated there is no need to vacuum but I tend to err on the "it does" side. The reason for the 4 stars is the directions. They are poorly written and not too detailed.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great Purchase
    The inside and outside unit was easy to install. The instructions need better detail on needing to bend the tubing at the wall unit , as it is designed for bending but unledss you unwrap the insulation , you would not know that, Had to have a Heating and Air conditioning guy come out to vac the air from the lines and cut tubing to size needed,and check for leaks when he was completed. System very quiet, does a Great Job have it in a room 22 X 14
  3. 10 months ago
    Great value, works great!
    I installed this unit into a sun-room that is still under construction, so it allowed me to install this over a few days versus all at once and to build everything to suit my needs for this unit. Electrical: I installed a 20 amp breaker at the breaker box and ran a dedicated 12 gauge line to the unit. Instead of using an outside A/C breaker (which is slightly confusing), I installed a 20 amp double pole light switch for the cut off. The double pole is a true cut-off because it kills both the ... read more positive and neutral supplies. The unit itself rates between 15 - 20 amps, therefore I opted to be safe and just go with the 20 amps. As vaguely explained on the electrical panel cover, brown is black (hot or positive) and blue is neutral (white), and yellow/green is the ground on the provided cabling. You'll notice the empty slots on the right side of the compressor unit, though based on the diagram in instructions, it seems backwards. Pay attention to the letters on the diagram and the compressor unit, which should help you locate the correct terminals to screw the connectors into. Piping: I had to have the pipe cut and flared to the correct length for my installation by a neighbor who works with copper. After vacuuming out the line (the fitting on the bigger return pipe is of a different size than a normal A/C unit, it's a 5/16" flared fitting), I opened the valves on the compressor and I energized the unit... quickly discovering the pipes were leaking. I shut it off and tightened, but still had leaks. I did not want to over-tighten the fittings as recommended. So I called an A/C guy out and he tightened the fittings more, added some of the lost coolant back and kicked on the unit. Cost me less than $200 bucks. It was worth a shot trying to do it myself though and it didn't kill anything. Better than paying $1000 - $1500 to have someone else completely install it. The unit blows very cold air and enough to cool my sun-room. The remote is basic but takes a little getting used to because the buttons and symbols are vague. Aside from the hiccup pressurizing the lines I did everything myself and I would do it again. The only con is the instructions, which cover numerous models.
  1. 2 years ago
    12,500 BTU split AC with heat.
    If you install it yourself, be prepared for some guesswork. The instructions are poor so will need some refrigeration and electrical experience to figure things out. Great unit and low power consumption. Oh yes, very quiet. Please rewrite the instalation Manual.
  2. 4 years ago
    works great
    An electrician installed and wired. Seemed to be easy. He liked it so much he is ordering 2 for himself. It is very quiet.
  3. 2 years ago
    This unit runs very quietly and provides good coverage.
    I gave this unit a 4 star for quality as it runs quietly and efficiently. It wasnt as easy to install due to poor instructions and wiring diagrams. I had anticipated a possible problem with the condensation leakage but was told by an installer to be sure to place the tube on the bottom of all the wiring and insure the 2" cutout was cut at a downward angle with about a 1/2" drop. So far all drainage has worked properly. Had to have a licensed HVAC pull a vacuum on the unit to insure proper Freon. ... read more I would recommend this unit to anyone that is a do it your selfer but would also recommend a licensed HVAC to pull vac.
  1. 2 weeks ago
    Great Product!
    This Ductlessaire system came complete with all parts and pieces as advertised. I was initially concerned about the installation as a diyer given the reviews about the poor instructions. After a thorough review of the printed as well as utilizing online/you tube information I found the installation to be rather easy. And yes I did need to utilize a Hvac professional to evac the lines and do a double check of my work including wiring. Once that was done, he completed the warranty card. You will ... read more need a licensed hvac pro to validate the warranty. The system runs great and we are very pleased with the overall performance.
  2. 3 days ago
    Excellent and complete kit
    Prior to purchasing we read a number of reviews that commented on the "poor" directions, so we we're prepared for having to figure it out. But once the unit arrived we we're pleasantly surprised how easy the install actually was. We did use a professional hvac tech to do the vacuum and install of coolant, which took less than an hour. We also had him review our install prior to turning the unit on. The unit is efficient and very quiet in all modes of operation.
  3. 9 months ago
    Excellent Value and easy to install
    I had no problem installing the unit. It took two of us about 4 hours to have it up and running. I then took about 4 more hours covering the tubing to protect it from the elements. Lucky it only took this long to install because the next three days were over 100 degrees and my house was nice and cool.
  1. 7 months ago
    Highly Satisfied
    I had a Ductless Mini Split installed in Sept 2015 and have been very happy with the way it works. It does a great job cooling my garage work space. The small size allowed me to install the outdoor unit in a visible area from the street and still get approval from the local HOA. The remote control allows me to control the unit easily.
  2. 2 months ago
    GOOD VALUE PRODUCT
    EASY TO INSTALL ..QUIET OPERATION..PACKED WELL TO STORE ..PREFER FEET AND INCHES TO METRIC MEASUREMENTS IN INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS..
  3. 3 months ago
    RAW Review
    The unit was delivered on time with everything required for installation. After pouring a slab outside for mounting the external unit, the actual one-man installation took two days (one of those days was installing the required 220v wiring harness). Once the unit was charged, it started easily, was quiet, and performed flawlessly. I now have a happy and cool garage in Arizona. I did order the cover kit for the line sets for a better cosmetic look (DA3-7KIT).
  1. 9 months ago
    Nice unit.
    Great unit. One of the supplied pressure lines was the wrong size, but my installer made up a line. Cools very well and is quiet.
  2. 5 months ago
    Multipul units - Controling Seperately
    We have multiple units in offices each office having their own unit. The problem is that they all turn on with one controller. We need to have them be separated so if offices are not in use and only one office in use it does not turn on the other air conditioners.
  3. 5 months ago
    Great Product!
    I would recommend this to anyone looking for a split level. Easy to install with a help of our AC guy. Overall great product!
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