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Why did I see no mini splits in the south ?
I have lived up in the Northeast all my life. I am pretty familiar with most HVAC/heating plants though I don't do it professionally. Last spring I researched and installed a mini-split mostly for cooling. but it has some heat capabilities as well.
On a recent 5 day trip to So Florida, I don't think I saw ONE mini split system. Apparently they are not that popular down there.
I am wondering if there is an explanation for it. Temps and humidity too high for too long? Capacity ? Regional energy costs? I thought perhaps it was because most of the existing buildings were built with ducted systems and it just made more sense to continue with them when upgrading, but I saw newer structures as well. No mini-splits. Just curious.