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I am interested in purchasing a mini split for a 400 sq ft boat house. I have been unable to find any consumer reports or consumer ratings on them. Can you tell me if they work well or if I will be wasting my money. If not can you refer me to a ratings site. Thank you

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They are excellent and very efficient sytems
i have a muti pass ductless in my home and swear by it so much i went to school for them
I am now a mitsubishi cert expert
and cannot sing the praisees high enouhg for the ductless systems

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