The style of Victorian homes can be seen throughout the United States, but first originated in England during the reign of Queen Victoria. The Industrial Revolution decades before, producing new technologies and machinery, gave way to a unique form of architecture that emerged during her reign. Victorian architecture does not consist of one distinct style, rather a variety of styles with similar, particular characteristics. These characteristics can include exuberant decoration, steep rooftops, colorful wraparound porches, tall windows, and multiple stories. Whether your idea of Victorian style represents those of eerie haunted houses or vibrant dollhouses come to life, we can all agree that this historic style of architecture is here to stay in the United States.

Although Victorian homes are appealing to the eye, their idea of functionality was not always executed or prioritized. The historic value of Victorian architecture is why many home owners seek ductless options for heating and cooling the unique layouts of their homes. Carrier’s Mini Splits provide the temperature you desire, without disrupting the infrastructure of your Victorian abode. Our mini split systems come in different shapes, sizes, and placements in order to fit your space without intruding on the comfort of your home. The installation of a mini split system is simple and fast, yet efficient. Systems may only consist of two parts, an indoor unit and an outdoor unit, or multiple indoor units. Our multi-zone systems deliver perfect temperature control in every room, as each individual unit can be set to your liking from the click of your Mini Split remote.

Find your local Carrier dealer to purchase your very own mini split system. Here at Carrier, we understand the importance of keeping the beautiful Victorian characteristics of your home at the top of our priorities. That is why our ductless Mini Splits are the perfect option for achieving comfort in a home with decades of character.


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