My hubby and I recently remodeled an enclosed porch, turning it into a guest study room. The people I was with and I removed all of the screens, closed in the walls and installed windows. The people I was with and I extended the electrical wires of the beach beach house to provide outlets and an overhead light fixture. The people I was with and I added insulation in the walls to prevent energy waste and enhance comfort, and planned to put down carpet. Our greatest challenge was figuring out how to heat and cool the space. The room would only be used when both of us had company, constantly over the holidays. The people I was with and I entirely didn’t want to invest a fortune into heating and cooling. The people I was with and I looked into extending the existing duct plan to include the new guest study room, however this simply wasn’t feasible. Adding on to the HVAC duct was far too pricey and required too much space in an already small study room. Plus, both of us doubted our modern furnace and a/c could handle the larger demand. After consulting with a local Heating and Air Conditioning business, both of us decided on a ductless mini split. The ductless plan is permanently installed and combines both heating and cooling capacity. There is a small outdoor compressor which is linked to tighten lightweight indoor air handler. The connecting conduit required only a three-inch hole in an exterior wall. The indoor air handler mounted up high on the wall, where it is never in the way of furniture. The ductless component features inverter technology, allowing it to adapt speed to modern demand. Because of this, the ductless component is lovely quiet and energy efficient. It is powerful enough to suddenly heat up or cool down the space, and maintains a legitimately even temperature.