When looking for extra space in your home, one of the most accessible options is your garage. However, garages are one of the most notorious places in your home for being either too hot or too cold. This doesn’t have to be the case!
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating ductless mini-splits can bring comfort to your garage and help you rethink the space available in your home.
Converting To Extra Rooms
As families see the ever-growing need for more space, there has been a trend in converting attached garages into living space. This has been especially true in towns such as Huber Heights, Westerville, Fairfield, and others in the Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati areas. Like other bonus rooms, these spaces have endless possibilities if you are able to keep them comfortable. Mitsubishi’s ductless mini-splits can help you finally add on that entertainment space or home office you’ve been dreaming of.
Keeping It Simple
You don’t have to go through a major renovation to enjoy your garage for what it was originally designed. Combined with insulated garage doors, a mini-split can help provide a consistent temperature while you work on your car or store tools and other materials.
Comfort All Year Long
Mitsubishi ductless mini-splits can keep you cool all summer long, whether you’re working on a car or watching movies. Even in the winter, Mitsubishi’s Hyper Heating technology will keep you warm and comfortable. The manufacturer states that Hyper Heat is both efficient and effective with temperatures down to -13° Fahrenheit outside. With a winter like we just experienced, a heating unit designed like this is important in our climate.
No Ductwork Needed
Even if your garage has been renovated into a living space, more than likely there isn’t any ductwork for your traditional system to bring warm or cool air into your space. Mitsubishi’s mini-splits are less invasive than adding new ductwork and are quiet enough for you to enjoy the space to its fullest potential while still experiencing maximum comfort.
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