Deep green remodel relies on mini splits for comfort and energy savings

 Deep green remodel relies on mini splits for comfort and energy savings

Photos and video courtesy of Mitsubishi Electric.

When TV design stars Cortney and Bob Novogratz tackled the renovation Los Angeles-area bungalow, heating and cooling were on the top of the list.

According to a blog by Mitsubishi Electric, in addition to a new kitchen, bathroom, floors and landscaping, the 1,700-square-foot home also features a ductless mini split zoning system for the HVAC system. There are five interior units connected to an outdoor condenser unit.

According to Mitsubishi, each unit provides individualized temperature control and has the option of being controlled remotely on a smartphone or tablet through the RedLINK™ Internet Gateway.

The 1,700-square-foot home was gutted and new floors and landscaping were added. The kitchen and bathroom were updated with new cabinetry, countertops and tile. New trees and fencing helped spruce up the exterior and add curb appeal.

Watch this video from Mitsubishi Electric:

Read more about energy efficient heating and cooling.

Topics: Connected Homes / Smart Homes, Cost of Ownership, Heating & Cooling, Home Design & Plans, Maintenance & Repair, Remodeling

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