Even More Information about Mini Splits

We here at Aabbott Ferraro just love Fujitsu mini splits. They are a great solution for homes that don’t have the required ductwork for central air-conditioning, and there are so many benefits to having them installed! So if you are looking for information on the Fujitsu mini split in St Paul, read on for some interesting tidbits.

Money saver

The Fujitsu mini split is a great way to save money because they are more efficient than traditional combustion-driven HVAC systems. The mini split could cut your heating bill by about one-third if you upgrade from a furnace or boiler.


If there are any tears or cracks in ducts, precious hot or cold air could be lost. But with a Fujitsu mini split, the air is delivered directly into the rooms you are trying to heat or cool.

Temperature zones

If you have a room (or two!) in your home that doesn’t get a lot of use, a Fujitsu mini split could be a great solution. You can heat or cool only certain rooms in your home with a mini split. Or if you have a family member that likes their bedroom warmer than the rest of your family, that person’s room can stay as warm as they like without it affecting anyone else in your home.


The Fujitsu mini split is pretty unassuming. There are several different mounting options, and no matter what kind of mini split you buy (wall mounted, ceiling mounted, concealed units and more), it will blend in easily with the rest of your home’s décor.

Easy Installation and Maintenance

Having a Fujitsu mini split installed in your home is a fairly easy process when you call on experts like us. And because the compressor unit is housed outside, it is easy for us to take a look at if it needs service or repairs.

Ready to learn more about the Fujitsu mini split in St Paul? Call Aabbott Ferraro at 612-222-9319 or you can contact us to Request an Estimate.

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