Single, Dual, or Total Zone Control

  • November 6, 2014
  • By MR COOL

A single MrCool ductless mini-split heat pump unit is designed to provide effective and efficient air comfort to a single zone in your home. What is a single zone? Don’t worry too much, because it’s a pretty simple concept. A single zone in the average home is just a typical room. Your kitchen? One zone. Your garage? One zone. Your living room? One zone.

I think you’ve got it.

What happens if you have multiple zones (i.e. – multiple rooms) in your home that you want heated and cooled? The answer is multi-zone installation. How does that work?

All you have to do is install a single MrCool unit in every zone you require air comfort. Not only will you get reliable performance, but you’ll be able to customize the environment in every zone to your personal desires.

For example, a kitchen can get pretty warm compared to the rest of the house when your cooking and baking. With multi-zone control, you have no worries. You can increase the cooling in the kitchen without freezing everyone elsewhere in the house.

Want to keep the bathroom warm on those cold winter mornings? Multi-zone heating will take care of that. Tick the heat up on the MrCool that services the bathroom, and stop freezing when you hop out of the shower.

For more information about all the mini-splits MrCool has to offer, check out this video where you can learn the differences between the DIY, Advantage and Olympus Multi-Zone series.


7 thoughts on “Single, Dual, or Total Zone Control”

  1. I have a 12 unit Apartment Building that I think this will be a perfect solution for. One of my questions is the remote control. I would need to be able to get replacement remotes. I think an excellent solution would be wall mounted remotes (to reduce breakage and loosing them). I would like to talk with someone about this as a solution to my HVAC for these buildings.

    1. Replacement remotes is something we can help with. Give us a call at 270-366-0457, ask for Daniel, and help however we can.

  2. I have a small ranch one level house with 5 rooms split into 1100 sq ft total space and I was interested in a 2 zone cooling system – one in living room and 1 in the master bedroom situated mounted on the wall in an effort to cool the one level 5 room house. Would this work for the total sq ft I have (1100 sq ft) and what would I get an 18,000 or something a little larger? Also, where in Mass are your products sold? Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks

    1. This is something you could potentially do! You may want to size up the mini split, though, to something like our 27k BTU or 24k BTU models. The size of the unit your home needs is also dependent on your insulation level. There are also options with the air handlers available, as well, and how much square footage they cover. That is to say, converting your home’s cooling system to mini splits is not impossible. You can find more information here: https://mrcooldiy.com/, and you may be able to find a MrCool retailer near you on our “Where to Purchase” page. https://mrcool.com/where-to-purchase/

  3. I have a small cabin (864 sq ft) and looking for 3 zone unit. I see buying 3 separate units is much less expensive than buying a 36k BTU 3 zone unit. What is the preferred method? 1 unit or 3 units to so 3 rooms?

    1. That is really up to your personal preference. The main difference is that three individual units would need to be wired separately while a single three-zone would only need one disconnect and breaker.

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