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Thomb

Hi I was thinking about putting separate ducted mini split units below the floor and having the vents blowing up into the rooms,for the first floor rooms in my old Victorian house and zoning the Kitchen,Family room, Living room ,Dining Room, separately .I have hot water radiators that I want to keep for heat .Do the ducted mini split units have enough air volume to cool the rooms blowing upward and is there a limit to the length ,size , and amount of ducts to use per unit.Am I better off with one large return and one large supply per room .I plan on having the second floor rooms done with ducted mini splits above the ceilings in an attic and zoning those rooms also.Thanks

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