Imagine cooling and heating your entire house and keeping your whole family at temperatures perfect for them, while still saving on energy usage.
Whether you’re converting your garage to a living space or making your existing sunroom a better place to hang out, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating ductless mini-splits are a great way to make all of the rooms in your house more comfortable.
Total Control Of Zones
Everyone has their own idea of the perfect temperature. This is especially true among different family members. With Mitsubishi’s ductless mini-splits, you can keep every room in your house at the temperature that is most comfortable for the people who are spending time in them. We even notice this in our own office space. We utilize Mitsubishi ductless systems to condition the air in our company building based on how our employees are feeling.
With a whole-home solution, you have full control to make every room comfortable.
Alternatives To Outdated Systems
One of the most popular reasons to make the switch to a whole-home solution is a lack of existing ductwork. Baseboard heat is ineffective and costly to operate. Boilers may give off a nice steam heat on a dry winter day, but may not be the most effective way to heat your home on a mild day. Not to mention that if you have a boiler system, more than likely you don’t have the ductwork for air conditioning.
Mitsubishi provides an option that doesn’t require you to add ductwork or tear apart walls in order to be comfortable all times of the year.
All Over The World
A whole-house Mitsubishi system may sound strange, but it’s nothing new. In fact, the United States is one of the few places in the world that doesn’t make use of these systems. Statistically, 97% of the global population uses ductless mini-splits for heating and cooling. However, this is only true for 3% of North America. Why is this? In other countries, gas lines aren’t as common as they are in the United States. This is because of a lack of space and utilities. Natural disasters are another reason. Gas lines could cause big trouble in areas frequently hit by tsunamis or hurricanes.
Without a need for ductwork and running on electricity, Mitsubishi’s ductless mini-splits are commonly seen all over Japan, where they originated, and elsewhere across the globe, including Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. With the rest of the world making great use of these efficient systems, why not find a place for them in America? It could even be in your neighborhood, or in your home.