MAXIMIZE YOUR COMFORT
There are many ways to configure this modern and versatile system for all your comfort needs. Highly efficient and effective, a ductless system is the ideal primary heating and cooling solution for your home or business in Rochester, NY.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
Ductless systems pump cooled or heated refrigerant directly to wall or ceiling-mounted air-handling unit, and each unit has its own wireless electronic temperature control system Here's how the system works in a single room application.
Indoor Unit uses refrigerant to cool or heat air and quietly streams it where you need it in the living room space.
Refrigerant and Electric Lines connect the two units through a small, 3" opening in the wall.
Outdoor Unit has an inverter driven heat pump that cools or warms refrigerant and sends it inside to an air handler through small lines.
Perfect for additions, basements, sunrooms or any other space that offers comfort challenges.
Keep all the rooms of a house at maximum, individualized comfort levels without all the ductwork.
This is the perfect application for those homes with specific rooms or zones that are more difficult to keep warm or cool than the rest of the house. Some of these areas include room additions, home offices, bedrooms, attics, you name it.
Check out the video to find out more about how Mitsubishi ductles is such a great solution for single zone applications or click the button below to download a brochure.
Unlike the single zone application, multi-zone is capable of keeping your entire home or multiple zones comfortable. This configuration also allows you to control each zone from a central location, thus allowing you to only heat and cool the zones you want to use.
Watch the vieo to find out more about how multi-zone applications work or click the button below to download a brochure.
MITSUBISHI DUCTLESS SYSTEMS ARE UP TO 40% MORE EFFICIENT THAN TRADITIONAL SYSTEMS
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ENERGY EFFICIENT COOLING & HEATING SYSTEMS
The majority of our systems are ENERGY STAR® qualified and many systems are eligible for federal and state tax credits plus local utility rebates.