Are You Able to Use Every Single Room in Your Home?
These “hot spots” and “cold spots” can be extremely frustrating for homeowners. Window air conditioners and space heaters can help, but they also cost a lot of money to operate. As a result, most homeowners shut up those rooms in the heat of summer and cold of winter. Closing off access to a den, rec room or even a bedroom is impractical. It reduces living space and can cause frustration among family members.
Thankfully, homeowners need not suffer any longer. Ductless systems can be used to control the temperature of a single room, improving comfort and reducing energy costs. These ductless cooling and heating systems have two main components: an indoor unit that is mounted either on a wall or ceiling and an outdoor unit that houses the condenser. The two components are connected by a small conduit rather than ductwork, and offer cooling and heating in one system, which makes these units easier to install and far more efficient than window ACs or space heaters.
Single Room-Solutionsare effective for homes that have:
Livable Attics or Basements
Sun rooms that homeowners would like to use as livable space in winter
Garages that have converted to livable space
Hot spots and cold spots – rooms that just never feel as comfortable as the rest of the house
Energy Efficient - Now you can replace your existing furnace serving large areas of space with an efficient Mitsubishi system.
Easy To Install - Designed to be easily disassembled and reassembled, it fits through tight openings and can be installed vertically or horizontally depending on your particular space.
Environmentally Friendly - One inch R4.2, Fiberglass-Free insulation reduces condensation and boosts efficiency.
Mini Split Heat Pumps have incredible efficiency, are long-lasting and an affordable solution to zoned cooling and heating in your home. The unique design of the mini split system allows for installations in older remodeled homes as well as new construction.
In the winter, a mini split draws heat from the outside air and circulates it into your home. In the summer, it reverses the process and draws heat from your interior air and releases it outdoors. It also dehumidifies the indoor air as it cools it.