Ductless high efficiency heat pump delivers low-cost comfort
A 2013 National Association of Home Builders survey, “What Homebuyers Really Want,” revealed that more than half of U.S. homeowners say the quality of their home’s HVAC system is essential.
A quality HVAC system ranked third among individual home components that homeowners value most, behind only windows and roofing. ENERGY STAR rated appliances were rated either essential or desirable by 94 percent of homeowners in this same survey. Ductless cooling and heating technology represents the crossroads of these two requirements for quality HVAC and energy efficiency.
Ductless cooling and heating technology provides individual temperature control, installation flexibility, energy efficiency and quiet operation that traditional central systems or window units cannot match, regardless of the application. It's now wonder ductless technology is the fastest growing segment of the HVAC industry and is convenient, efficient and environmentally friendly.
In response to the market for high-efficiency heating and cooling, Mitsubishi Electric developed the Hyper- Heating INVERTERTM (H2i) MSZ-FH models, the most energy- efficient ductless cooling and heating systems on the market.
Featuring an industry-leading efficiency rating of 30.5 SEER, the H2i MSZ-FH models are the latest innovation from Mitsubishi Electric, the first manufacturer to introduce ductless zoning technology to the U.S. more than 30 years ago.
According to Mitsubishi, higher SEER ratings lead to lower electrical costs, and ductless cooling and heating systems typically use up to 40 percent less energy than conventional central air systems and window units.
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