I had never heard of ductless mini break plan until about more than one years ago. I decided to build a workshop in my backyard. I have a little side supplier building furniture that had outgrown the work part in my garageâ€¦ Demand for my custom-built furniture had increased to the point where I needed a dedicated work area. I wanted to be able to work on my numerous projects all year long, no matter the outside weather. In my local region, the Winter time weather brings temperatures below zero plus the summer time temperature climbs into the nineties. Building my workshop was not all that expensive or difficult, then figuring out how to handle temperature control was the biggest challenge. I had access to electricity however actually little upgrade space plus a limited budget. I worried that I’d be stuck with space gas furnaces plus a portable air conditioner. After some research, I found the perfect solution with a ductless break system. The ductless heat pump combines both heating plus cooling capacity. The unit is lightweight, compact plus not all that hard to install. There is an outdoor compressor which links by way of a conduit to an indoor air handler. I simply needed to drill a three-inch hole in an exterior wall plus mount the air handler. The conduit contains the drainage plus refrigerant lines plus was long enough to allow flexibility in the location of the units. Despite its small size, the little heat pump provides plenty of heated or cooled air to maintain ideal temperature. With remote access, I beginning up the plan just a few minutes before I system to head out to the workshop. Although the ductless plan was rather expensive to purchase, the energy savings makes up for it.