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Get the Best in Ductless Mini Split Technology

Monday, June 4th, 2018

mitsubishi-diamond-dealerIs it time? Are you ready to replace your old air conditioning system? Do you have a bonus room in your home that is always too warm or too cold? If so, then we encourage you to take the time necessary for exploring your options thoroughly. Yes, old standbys like central air conditioners and furnaces are great systems.

However, you’d be remiss to overlook all that a ductless mini split has to offer you. You’d be even more remiss to overlook the cream of the crop in ductless technology: Mitsubishi Ductless Mini Splits! It is our honor to be a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractor, having earned the highest accreditation level that Mitsubishi Electric has to offer. Trust us, if they offered one higher, that would always be our goal! Read on to learn more about ductless mini split technology in a general sense, and remember to keep Mitsubishi models in mind.

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Some Possible Repair Issues for Ductless Mini Splits

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

ductless-mini-split-unitOne of the popular options for heating and cooling in modern homes is the ductless mini split heat pump. Rather than operate through a network of ducts connected to an indoor air handler and evaporator unit, ductless mini splits basically break up the indoor unit and blower fans and distribute it around the house in the form of mini air handlers mounted on the wall. If you’ve been in a house and seen something up on the wall that resembles a window AC, but it doesn’t go back through the wall… that’s part of a ductless mini split system. Those wall hanging units are hooked up to a single outdoor cabinet, creating a central heat pump system without ducts.

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Can I Install Ductless Mini Splits Myself?

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Well you can certainly try. But we strongly advise against attempting to install any complex home comfort equipment on your own. Despite numerous DIY guides you can hunt out online about installing a ductless heating and air conditioning system, the truth is that any type of central comfort system needs the help of professionals—and that includes ductless mini split systems. Any less than that is asking for a system that works poorly, if at all.

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Options for Zone Heating and Cooling: Zone Controls or Ductless Mini Splits

Monday, November 7th, 2016

A dilemma that homes face when it comes to heating and cooling them is the “all-or-nothing” operation of many HVAC systems. When a furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner turns on, where does the conditioned air go? To every vent in every room. This is convenient, but it isn’t efficient. Imagine the amount of electrical waste in a home where every single lightbulb started burning when a single switch was turned on. The energy waste for a standard HVAC system may not be as extreme as this example, but waste is waste… you won’t be happy seeing that on your bill, no matter where it comes from.

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Ducted vs. Ductless Heat Pumps: How to Choose

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

You have a big choice these days when you decide to install a new heat pump for a house: Do you go with a standard heat pump that runs using a ventilation system of ducts? Or do you opt for the alternative ductless mini split model that sends air into rooms through a series of air handlers?

The answer to the question depends on your individual circumstances. But we can say this for 100% certain: you should always have professionals advise you on making the choice.

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Answering Some Common Questions about Ductless Mini Splits

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Last week, we encouraged you to look into the possibility of having a ductless mini split installed as your new fall heating/cooling option. This week, we’d like to address some of the questions that people often have about this technology, which is only now starting to become common in the U.S. (It’s the principle method of heating and cooling in Europe and Japan.)

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