Everwell & Daizuki Mini Split Heat Pump/AC Reviews and Prices 2022

This is a solid brand of mini split HVAC systems, though one you might not be familiar with. That’s part of our mission – to give readers a better understanding of their heating and air conditioning choices. Hence, this Everwell and Daizuki mini split review. 

Who Makes Everwell and Daizuki Mini Split Units?

Everwell, also known as Everwell Parts, Inc, was founded in 2010 and is based in Miami, Florida. The goal for the company is to produce and manufacture cost-effective and energy efficient air conditioning and heating sources for North America and Latin America. Daizuki mini split units are sold by Everwell Parts, Inc and are available throughout North America.

So – Everwell is the parent company, and there is a line of Everwell mini split systems.

Daizuki is a different line of mini split systems owned by Everwell.

This sort of arrangement usually occurs when one company acquires the other and keeps the product lineup separate. For example, Lennox owns Armstrong Air, but the heat pumps and air conditioners are different. Over time, the product lines often become identical, as they have with Carrier and Bryant. 

Features of Everwell and Daizuki Mini Split Units

Everwell and Daizuki mini splits have a few features that set them apart. Below is a list of the popular features that are available from Everwell and Daizuki. 

Advanced fin anti-corrosion protection: Blue Fin technology on the Daizuki mini splits and Gold Fin technology on the Everwell mini splits are a coating that helps protect the coils in the unit from failing due to corrosion. This same technology also extends the life of the mini split, reduces the amount of maintenance costs, and helps the mini split unit operate as efficiently as possible. 

R-410A: The type of refrigerant that is used by Everwell and Daizuki mini split units is eco-friendly R-410A. Since R-410A does not contain bromine or chlorine, this refrigerant does not hurt the ozone layer.  R-410A also helps the mini split units reach a higher SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) rating than R-22 refrigerant. Both brands, Daizuki and Everwell, come complete with a pre-charged line of R-410A refrigerant. 

Efficient, quiet operation: Everwell and Daizuki mini split units use Inverter Full DC Technology, which is the newest evolution in technology using electromotors with the compressors. The inverter controls the speed of the compressor motor in order to regulate the temperature. This technology allows the mini split units to run more efficiently, have less breakdowns, and operate quieter than older technology. 

How quiet are they? Everwell mini split units are extremely quiet with the indoor units only producing around 30 to 40 decibels. The outdoor compressor produces between 51 and 59 decibels, depending on the model. Daizuki mini splits are also very quiet. The indoor unit, or air handler, produces between 24 and 40.5 decibels.

Stay comfy wherever you are – just keep the remote close: The iFeel feature is also available on Everwell and Daizuki mini split units. This “ifeel” technology has a built-in sensor in the handheld remote control. The remote control will automatically enable the optimal operation mode of the mini split unit by sensing the temperature of the remote control. Basically, iFeel allows the air conditioner to follow you as you move around the room, as long as you have the remote control. 

Connect and control from anywhere: Both the Everwell and Daizuki mini split units are usually equipped with WiFi technology that allows the units to be controlled by using a smartphone or tablet. This technology enables the homeowner to completely control every function on the unit wherever they are. 

Not great warranties: We like to see a warranty on all parts of at least 5 years. The warranty for Everwell and Daizuki mini splits both have a 5 year limited warranty for the compressor, as long as the units are registered within the mandatory registration period and are properly installed. The other parts for the mini split unit have a 2 year limited warranty. 

Credentials: Everwell and Daizuki mini splits are both AHRI certified, which are high standards and guidelines that are used all over the world. AHRI stands for “Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute.” This institute is an unbiased group that evaluates various HVAC products and determines whether or not they can reach the AHRI certification. 

Another important feature of both Daizuki and Everwell is that they both contain the ETL mark. The ETL Mark is proof that the brand has been tested by an independent group and it meets the standards that are necessary in North America.  

Everwell and Daizuki Mini Split HVAC Systems

Here is an overview of the two brands and their products.

We’ve completed reviews of all major mini split brands, so comparing brands has never been easier than with Pick HVAC reviews.

Everwell Products

Everwell has five different mini split series.

Each series has a number of different models available. The SEER ratings for the Everwell mini splits range from 13 SEER to 16 SEER. For example, the MR1223 mini split unit runs on 220 volts and has a SEER rating of 13 and can heat and cool an area of 300 square feet. The MC3623 model has the largest capacity of the Everwell products (36,000 BTUs) and has a SEER rating of 13.  The capacity of the Everwell Mini split units starts at 9,000 BTUs and goes up to 36,000 BTUs. The table below shows all of the available Everwell mini split products that are available. The table also lists the model numbers, the available capacity, and the efficiency rating in SEERs.

Everwell Mini Splits

Everwell Inverter ME Series
ME0923, ME0933, ME1223, ME1233,
ME1823, ME1833, ME2423, ME2433
9000 - 24000 Btu16 Seer
Everwell Inverter MG Series
MG0923, MG1223, MG1233, MG1823,
MG1833, MG2423, MG2433, MG3623
9000 - 36000 Btu15 Seer
Everwell MC Series
MC0913, MC0923, MC0933, MC1213,
MC1223, MC1233, MC1823, MC1833,
MC2423, MC2433, MC3623
9000 - 36000 Btu13 Seer
Everwell MK Series
MK0913, MK0923, MK1213, MK1223,
MK1823, MK2423
9000 - 24000 Btu13 Seer
Everwell MR Series
MR0913, MR0923, MR1213, MR1223,
MR1823, MR2423, MR3623
9000 - 36000 Btu13 Seer

Daizuki Products

The table below shows all of the Daizuki mini split units that are available and also lists some of the discontinued models. Daizuki mini splits that are currently available have a SEER rating of between 16 and 20. The size or the capacity for the Daizuki mini splits range from 9,000 BTUs and go up to 36,000 BTUs. Look carefully at the models available, since not every single one of the Daizuki products is also a heat pump.  The table below shows the model, the capacity, and efficiency of the Daizuki mini splits. In addition to the information listed, the table also shows what models are heat pumps and what models have WiFi capabilities. Price information is available on the Everwell site and from other sellers of these brands.

Note: The Daizuki model numbers with an “H” in them are heat pumps. They provide AC for hot weather, with heat for winter The heating as well as the air conditioning are delivered through refrigerant use. In other words, there are no heat elements in these units like there are in standard split system air handlers.

Daizuki Mini Splits

ModelCapacityEfficiencyHeat PumpWiFi
DXTH-209000 - 36000 Btu17 - 20 SeerYesYes
DXTC-209000 - 36000 Btu17 - 20 SeerNoYes
DXH-199000 - 36000 Btu16 - 19 SeerYesOptional
DXH-189000 - 36000 Btu18 SeerYesYes
DXG-189000 - 36000 Btu18 SeerNoYes
DXF-199000 - 36000 Btu16 - 19 SeerNoOptional
DXF-16 (Discontinued)12000 - 24000 Btu16 - 17 SeerNoNo
DXD-13 (Discontinued)9000 - 36000 Btu13 SeerNoNo
DX-21 (Discontinued)9000 - 24000 Btu20 - 23 SeerYesYes
DX-16 (Discontinued)9000 - 30000 Btu15.5 - 16.2 SeerYesNo
DX-13 (Discontinued)9000 - 32000 Btu13 SeerNoNo

How to Install Everwell and Daizuki Mini Split Units

Most mini split units can be installed using the same basic installation instructions since mini splits all have the same basic components. All mini splits have a compressor or outdoor unit and an air handler or indoor unit. See the installation instructions below on how to install an Everwell or Daizuki mini split unit.

Installation Tip: We recommend pro installation for all systems that are not DIY – and these are not DIY mini splits like MrCool and Klimaire offer.

However, if you decide to do all the work that you can without charging the system with refrigerant – something that can only be legally done by a HVAC technician certified in refrigerant use – then these instructions give you an idea of what’s involved. 

Step One: Determine the Location for the Indoor Unit

The first step to installing mini split units is to determine the location of the air handler and the compressor. The air handler should be 2.5 meters above the ground, out of direct sunlight, and on a wall that connects to an exterior wall. Make sure the Daizuki or Everwell mini split unit is the correct size for the room that you are planning on heating and cooling. The capacity of the various mini splits range from 9,000 BTUs and 36,000 BTUs. Each model has similar specifications, but make sure that you check the product’s installation guide for more information.  

Step Two: Mounting the Indoor Unit (Air Handler)

  1. Find the studs in the wall that you are planning to connect the mounting bracket to. Also, check to make sure that there is not any ductwork, pipes, wires, or any other obstructions where you plan on installing your mini split. Use a level to make sure that bracket will be level and measure the area to ensure that the space can fit your indoor unit.
  2. Using a drill, drill pilot holes that are smaller in diameter than the screws that will be used to connect the mounting bracket to the wall. Next, drill a 2” or 3” hole through the interior wall and all the way through the exterior wall. This hole will be used for the drain lines, refrigerant lines, and power lines. Check the user manual for the exact location for this hole.
  3. Remove the access plate and connect the control wire to the indoor unit. Replace the access plate.
  4. Run the drain line, refrigerant pipe, and control wire through the hole that goes to the outside of the home. Use electrical tape to keep the wires, pipes, and lines together.
  5. Place the air handler on the mounted bracket. The user manual will explain in detail how to properly handle this step.

Step Three: Mounting the Outdoor Unit (Compressor/Condenser)

  1. The outdoor unit can be placed on the roof with a bracket, ground, or on a mounting bracket connected to the home. If the compressor is going to be installed on the ground, then a pad must be installed. A homemade concrete pad will work, or a secure pad can be purchased from many big box stores. 
  2. Connect the pipes, wiring, and tubing from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit. Pre-charged R-410A refrigeration lines should not be cut, so be very careful. Follow the owner’s manual for more specific directions on how to make all the connections.
  3. Secure the pipes, wires, and tubing to the exterior wall by using brackets or a PVC cover.
  4. Connect the pipe joint to the line set on the outdoor unit. Connect the wires that run from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit by color.

Step Four: Have a Licensed HVAC Technician Inspect the Mini Split Unit

  1. Contact a licensed HVAC technician to check all the connections and make sure that everything is going to work properly. This is required for most mini split units in order for the warranty to be valid.
  2. Contact a professional electrician to connect the power in your home to the outdoor unit. Depending on the brand and model, mini split units use 110v or 220v connections, so a new electrical line may need to be run to the breaker box.

Written by

Rene has worked 10 years in the HVAC field and now is the Senior Comfort Specialist for PICKHVAC. He holds an HVAC associate degree from Lone Star College and EPA & R-410A Certifications.
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