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Mini-Split System Repairs at Rane’s Heating & Air Conditioning

At Rane’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we specialize in the repair and maintenance of mini-split systems for both residential and commercial settings. As a Mitsubishi Authorized Dealer, our technicians are factory-trained, ensuring exceptional service and expertise in handling these innovative systems.

Understanding Mini-Split Systems

Mini-split systems, known for their efficiency and flexibility, differ significantly from traditional HVAC systems. They are ductless, consisting of an outdoor compressor/condenser unit and one or more indoor air-handling units. Each indoor unit can be controlled independently, providing personalized climate control for different areas or ‘zones’ within a property. This design not only allows for easy installation, especially in spaces where ductwork isn’t feasible, but also offers energy savings due to reduced heat loss and the ability to control individual zones.

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Rane’s Expertise in Mini-Split Systems

As a Mitsubishi Authorized Dealer, Rane’s Heating & Air Conditioning brings a high level of expertise to every mini-split repair and maintenance job. Our factory-trained technicians are well-versed in the nuances of these systems, ensuring accurate diagnostics and efficient repairs. Whether it’s a residential room addition, a commercial building, or any space without ductwork, our team has the skills and experience to ensure your mini-split system functions at its best.

Trust Rane’s Heating & Air Conditioning for all your mini-split system needs — where advanced training meets years of hands-on experience to deliver top-tier service every time.

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Common Issues with Mini-Split Systems

Despite their efficiency and versatility, mini-split systems can face certain issues:

  • Refrigerant Leaks: Similar to traditional HVAC systems, mini-splits can suffer from refrigerant leaks, affecting performance and efficiency.
  • Drainage Problems: Blockages in the condensate drain line can lead to water leaks and potential damage.
  • Sensor and Remote Control Issues: Problems with sensors or remote controls can disrupt the communication between the indoor unit and the outdoor compressor.
  • Dirty Filters and Coils: Regular cleaning is essential as dirty filters or coils can significantly reduce system efficiency.
  • Fan and Compressor Issues: Faulty fans or compressors can lead to poor heating or cooling performance.

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