Having Trouble Heating and Cooling Your Large Home?

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, sometimes called variable refrigerant volume (VRV) systems, are similar in operation to ductless products with variable speed compressors and high efficiency blowers. VRF systems are generally capable of heating much larger spaces with many more zones, often up to 45 zones with one outdoor unit. Most VRF systems are available in a wide variety of indoor unit styles, such as wall-mount, floor-mount, ceiling-recessed or ducted air handlers. Although VRF systems are commonly found in commercial applications, they are also a great option in residential homes.

Constant Comfort

The VRF system captures residual heat absorbed from the air during the cooling process and redirects that heat to other parts of the building, so you can heat and cool whatever room needed—simultaneously.


VRF HVAC systems are designed to provide exactly the amount of cooling needed and reuse heat from the cooling process in other areas, which means it runs less frequently and at a lower capacity.


VRF HVAC systems are designed to run only when needed, so there is less wear and tear on the parts. And if something goes wrong with one air handler, often the others are unaffected and will keep your home's air running.

Quiet Operation

Tired of a noisy HVAC? Unlike a traditional indoor split system, the noisier condensing unit in a VRF HVAC system is typically outside, and the indoor air handlers are smaller and quieter as well.

Smaller Units

VRF HVAC systems don’t always require ducts and the air handlers are smaller, so they don’t require as much wall and ceiling space for the equipment—leaving more of your home looking the way you want it to.

Smart Controls

Take advantage of mobile control technology that lets you adjust temperature settings for each zone from your mobile device, and in commercial settings you can avoid purchasing expensive building management software.

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