When we bought the house a few years ago, it didn’t have a garage. Despite this matter, we loved it and opted to make an offer to the previous owner. After a few more visits, the sale went through, and we moved in. Life was good, but we still needed a garage. We got in touch with a contractor and came up with plans for a two-door garage. The price was ideal for the project, but that left us with little money to add more AC ducts. It meant we couldn’t connect the garage to the central AC that served the main house. As we pondered on that, the contractor informed us we had another option. We could get a mini-split AC for the room. Not only were ductless air conditioners energy efficient, but they didn’t cost much. We got online to learn more and saw it was a wise decision. The only difference was the new HVAC would be ductless. Most of the reviews remarked that mini-split HVACs were simple to install. That was another selling point because it meant we didn’t need to incur AC installation costs. We got advice about the right garage quality AC and placed an order. When the garage was complete, we followed the wall-mounted AC manual. It wasn’t as simple to install, but we managed to get it working after some time. The new AC unit had an LED display screen where we could view the temperature. Thanks to sensors installed on it, it could detect the current garage temperature and adjust it accordingly. Another positive feature was its control system. We could operate it using a remote or app on our phones. Overall we were happy with the new air conditioning system for the garage. It kept the room at the right temperature always without breaking down.