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LG duct-free systems are available in a range of sizes and styles–including systems that can heat and cool multiple rooms with a single outdoor unit to fit almost any need. The indoor units are available in many different types to fit with the look and feel of your home.

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is a technology introduced as a system to minimize efficiency losses

An air source LG VRF system is engineered to minimize or use no ductwork as a saving, save on the cost of large distribution fans, multiple water pumps operation and water piping. Energy efficient and easy to design, install, and maintain, a VRF system has the lowest life cycle cost of any system on the market today.

Why LG VRF?

LG VRF systems have the lowest life cycle cost of any system on the market today. LG has invested in multiple LG academies to educate on the benefits of VRF technology. The benefits are numerous, modern style cassettes with mirrors for interior designers, less piping for contractors and energy efficiency for engineers.

LG has industry leading tested sound levels, LG manufactures all components within the VRF system even the reliable proven scroll compressor.
LG will continue to invest in technologies which benefit our customers in achieving sustainable designs.

LG PTAC units are an economical way to cool and/or heat your rooms.  Whether assessing construction costs, maintenance costs, or operating costs, PTACs allow for the flexibility to control energy expenses room-by-room, rather than building-by-building.  If you need service or maintenance, the units easily slide out of the sleeves and can be replaced simply by sliding in a new unit.  The dual air filters are front-loaded for easy cleaning, and can be interchanged left or right. LG was among the first manufacturers to include a cross-flow fan for quiet operation, and continues to add innovative improvements to maximize your investment and control your energy use.

LG PTAC units are an economical way to cool and/or heat your rooms. The LG lineup of PTAC models are extremely quiet and provide a sleek design, and are available in both heat/cool and heat pump models in sizes from 7,000 to 15,000 Btus, for either 208/230 volt or 265 volt applications. Whether assessing construction, maintenance, or operating costs, PTACs allow the flexibility to control energy expenses room-by-room, rather than building-by-building.