How are the Mini Splits / With ducting Working Out ?

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OFDPOS

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Hello back in 2019 I asked about the mini split systems and wanted the regular ducting and not the units mounted in each room.
Dana and a few others gave me some great info at the time.

We had a Fujitsu ducted installed , we really liked it, but we moved and now thinking about having a new complete system installed in our home.
PG&E has gotten outrageous on $$$$$ so thinking of going full electric.
Living in Roseville CA with Roseville Electric pretty good , even tho they are talking an 18% hike in the next 2 years. It's still better than SMUD/PG&E

So how are the mini Splits working ? Still the same, improved , not good anymore or ??

If still a good idea or improved I'd like to look into replacing my 24 year old HVAC system ( I believe the ducting has been updated but how long ago ?? )

House was built in 2000 , 1547 sq ft.

Thanks for any input.
 
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There always improve them with especially heating with hyper heat. I'm running two two ton three head systems have only one ducted air handler others wall units. But their 7 years old planning to replace one system with hyper heat this spring because 10° need to turn on lp stove.
 
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