The GREE CROWN Ultra-Efficient Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump System, from Gree, is wall mounted and features Infinity Heating, to provide warm reliable comfort down to -20°F. With SEER ratings up to 30.5, Crown's world-class energy efficiency will also lower your utility bills without sacrificing comfort. Built-in Wi Fi technology allows direct local control from smartphones or tablets, and the minimalistic, streamlined design enhances any interior décor. Unparalleled technology and features make Crown the perfect choice for any home or office, and because Crown systems do not require bulky duct work, installation is simple, fast and cost effective.Features & Benefits:
Please Note: Mini Split Systems must be installed by a licensed Contractor with an EPA Refrigerant Certification to qualify for warranty.Can I install this myself?
- Ultra High Efficiency
- Energy Star Rated
- Infinity Heating Down to -20°F
- Variable Speed 2-Stage Compressor
- G-10 Inverter Technology
- Wi Fi Control
- 4-Way Airflow Operation (Swing)
- 7 Fan Speeds
- Washable Polymeric Air Filter
- I-Feel Function
- Low Voltage Start-Up
- Intelligent Defrost
- Intelligent Pre-Heating
- Sleep Mode
- Privacy Lock
- 24-Hour Timer
- Slim, Compact and Stylish Design
While installation of a ductless split is much easier than a central air system, it's still much more advanced than installing a window unit or portable. Furthermore, the manufacturer warranty is only valid if a licensed professional does the installation. So while it is possible to do the installation yourself, we strongly
recommend you hire an HVAC professional in your area
.Is this backed by a warranty?
Yes, it comes fully backed by a manufacturer's warranty, and ComfortUp is an authorized online seller of these systems. Our Customer Care Team will provide assistance should you ever need to file a warranty claim with the manufacturer. Please be aware that only systems that are installed by a licensed HVAC contractor are backed by the warranty. Proof of licensed installation is required. The receipt/invoice from your contractor should be sufficient.