Mitsubishi ductless air conditioning systems have become very popular for their efficiency and flexibility. As their name implies, ductless systems don’t rely on any cumbersome ductwork that needs to be in your home, making them much easier to operate and install. In fact, the installation process of a ductless system is part of what makes it such an attractive option for many homeowners. Continue reading
Mitsubishi Heat Pump Installation or Mini Split?
Heating and cooling technology is advancing to give homeowners more options that are convenient, easily installed and greener. Heating pumps and mini splits are two popular choices for homes in the Bay Area. Here’s what you should know if you’re thinking about a Mitsubishi heat pump installation or mini split installation. Continue reading
Heat pumps are versatile HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems that can provide both heating and cooling. They are suitable for various situations, even in moderate climates like San Francisco Bay Area. As new regulations for furnaces come into play over the next few years, heat pumps are going to be a good choice to replace furnaces. If you’re thinking of replacing your current AC and furnace, consider Mitsubishi heat pump installation. Continue reading
Heat pumps are the choice of the future for California homeowners as gas furnaces are being banned in the Bay Area beginning in 2027. Fortunately, heat pumps efficiently heat and cool homes, so they’re not only a good option to save money on utility costs, they’re also better for the environment. If you’re having to replace your heating and cooling in your home, here’s why you should consider a Mitsubishi heat pump installation. Continue reading
Need to replace your HVAC unit in your home and want a different option? Adding rooms to your home where installing additional ducts might not be practical? There’s another option to maintain the comfort in your home. Ductless air conditioning and heat pumps are gaining popularity in the United States. Here’s what Mitsubishi ductless air conditioning installers want you to know about Mitsubishi ductless AC systems.
You have many options when it comes to replacing your heater and AC. California’s mild weather patterns make a Mitsubishi heat pump ideal. A heat pump works by pumping heat from one place to another. In the winter, the heat pump transfers heat into your home for a comfortable environment. In the summer, the heat pump transfers the heat inside your home to the outside, making it cooler inside. Continue reading
Should You Install a Mitsubishi Ductless AC Unit?
Whether you’re installing air conditioning in a new home or replacing your old system, a Mitsubishi ductless AC unit might be your best solution. Ductless air conditioning and heating systems have become popular with homeowners in recent years thanks to their efficiency and versatility, and they will likely continue to become popular as homeowners begin to move away from traditional ducted systems. Let’s take a look at why you should consider installing a ductless AC system with a Mitsubishi heat pump in your home.
Heater Repair Techs Look at Mitsubishi Heat Pump Longevity
If you want to make your home more energy efficient and lower your monthly utility bills, installing a Mitsubishi heat pump is an excellent solution. However, the lifespan of a heat pump is still up for debate. Most experts will say that a standard residential heat pump will last between 10 and 15 years, but some will tell you that a good heat pump can last up to 25 years, especially if it receives regular maintenance. Continue reading
How Can You Make Mitsubishi Heat Pump Installation More Affordable?
Installing a Mitsubishi heat pump is a great way to keep your home feeling comfortable throughout the year. Not only will a heat pump cool your home in the summer and keep it warm in the winter, but a professional Mitsubishi heat pump installation has plenty of financial benefits for your home. It’s far more energy-efficient than most other HVAC systems which will save you money on your energy bill every month, and many qualify for utility rebates. Continue reading