LG Ductless MiniSplit

Every ductless mini-split manufacture has its own models that have very unique features …. Here we installed some LG Art Cool Mirror indoor wall units and heat pump, and its because of the dark mirrors on the faces of these units that help sell the project.

My customer had a underground duct system that supplied heat to both his indoor pool area as well as 1000 sq ft of their home. The system was poorly installed and recently collapsed because of a pump failure that caused underground duct flooding.

New LG Mini Split Heat Pump

New LG Mini Split Heat Pump

Above you see the new outdoor LG heat Pump installed on a flat roof, we ran 2 line sets from the outdoor Heat Pump to the indoor air handlers. I’m always surprised how quiet these units are.

New Indoor Air Handler

New Indoor Air Handler

The down stairs LG air handler was installed just above the existing windows, this was obviously the best location for performance and aesthetics. I have to admit these mirror finished units are truly stunning.

New LG upstairs unit

New LG upstairs unit

The upstairs LG unit serves the master bedroom, fortunately not only are these units very good looking they are very quiet as well. The only complaint my customer had about these units was the bright display light … and of coarse those are adjustable. 🙂

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4 comments

The Lowdown on Mini Split Heat Pumps | Commercial Air Greenville SC | Heating air conditioning (864) 901-5702 said:

October 12, 2010 at 4:13 am

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Peter said:

March 1, 2011 at 12:34 pm

It’s nice to see the actual pictures of the installed mini split system. Thanks. All I found on other sites was just a talk.

air heater said:

November 3, 2011 at 7:24 pm

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Shain said:

June 23, 2012 at 12:21 pm

I can’t seem to find any good information about the condesate drains on the interior units. These drains do not run to the exterior unit correct. They need to run either outside or to a sewer drain correct?

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