Because each system is designed to meet the unique needs of a home and its owners, no two systems, nor their costs, are exactly the same.

How system costs are estimated

It might sound straightforward – connect an outdoor unit to the indoor units with some piping and you’re up and running. In reality, our zoned comfort ducted, ductless and hybrid mini-split systems have sophisticated equipment that helps us provide you with the comfort and energy efficiency you deserve. Even though every home’s costs will be unique, we can give you general pricing information for each type of system.
Some of the factors that impact system costs include:

Number of

The number of rooms or customized zones help determine the number of units needed to accomplish your unique system configuration. One outdoor unit can control up to eight indoor zones.

Cost of

Your local contractor will be able to give you an estimate for the cost of labor once they have designed the right configuration of units for your home, typically after a free in-home consultation.

Ducted or

Labor and material costs vary depending on the type of system.


Your local contractor will decide whether or not your home’s electrical panel needs to be updated.

Getting an estimate for your home

Getting an estimate for your home

The best place to start is by talking to a local contractor trained in Zoned Comfort Solutions ducted, ductless or hybrid mini-split systems. They have the knowledge and expertise to help you figure out what system is right for your home and determine what that system will cost.

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