Lanai requires current mini split

When I first purchased my house, I knew that I wanted to renovate the connected sunroom, frankly, the sunroom was one of the largest reasons why I made this purchase in the first venue, however i knew that I needed an awesome outdoor space to hang out in everyday.

I just wasn’t going to be cheerful unless I could be immersed in nature while hanging out calmly in my own venue, and with all that in mind, I started approaching the renovation little by little.

It was a coat of paint here, resealing some windows and doors over there, putting in a current ceiling fan.., and but I knew that I was avoiding the largest issue of all, the indoor air pollen levels, and since it’s a semi sealed room, and there is a lot of concerns with keeping the air temperature comfortable, however adding the sunshine that streams through the windows all day, and you’re talking about a real sizzling and chilly situation. I could never predict if the sunroom was going to be sizzling and balmy, or chili and brisk in the day. Since I want to be able to work out there a lot more, I knew that I needed to replace the air temperature controls that I had in the store. I went and talked to my local HVAC dealer, expecting them to tell myself and others that I should just get a small AC window component and maybe an electric heating system for the space. Instead, they told myself and others about a mini split ductless heating & air conditioning method that they had just gotten in. Apparently these units connect certainly to the wall and can supply both Heating and Cooling to your space with minimal energy expenditure. Well when I heard that I knew that it was meant to be. I now have the most comfortable sunroom on the block.


Help with indoor comfort