Mitsubishi Mini-Split Air Conditioners
Big Cooling Power in a Small, Simple Package
Central air conditioning was a revolution in keeping us cool. However, some older homes, smaller buildings, and other applications don’t actually have the ability to utilize this technology. Sometimes the walls and ceilings are too thin to support a full-size duct system. Sometimes a building isn’t designed with the space needed to support a central cooling solution. Other times installing one of these systems simply isn’t practical due to the sheer cost and scope of the work required. At American Mechanical, Inc. we have a solution to this issue: a high-quality, efficient ductless mini-split system from Mitsubishi.
Mitsubishi has long been at the forefront of this revolutionary cooling technology. Over the years they have developed and built some of the most popular ductless HVAC models on the market, and constantly pioneered advancements in energy efficiency, elegant design, and functional features that make using a ductless system easier and more enjoyable than ever before. Mitsubishi systems are quiet, affordable, and provide you with tremendous cooling power that you can rely on to keep that space in your home cool. From living areas to bedrooms to garages, workshops, and basements, a mini-split air conditioner from Mitsubishi might be exactly what you’re looking for. Plus when you trust the experienced pros at American Mechanical, Inc. to complete the installation, you can be confident your new system will be set up properly, work to full potential, and give you the cooling you’ve been looking for.
Interested in learning more about a Mitsubishi ductless mini-split air conditioning system? Pick up the phone and call American Mechanical, Inc. at (757) 347-8549 today to request an estimate.
When Is a Ductless System the Right Choice?
Ductless HVAC systems have a number of advantages and disadvantages, and this means they’re great for some applications but not so good for others. For example, if you’re looking for air conditioning for your entire home, then a single ductless system isn’t going to have the power to get the job done. However, if you have one room in your home that needs some additional cooling, you’re looking to climate control a space that isn’t part of your central HVAC system, or you’re adding onto your home and are looking for a way to cool the new space, then a ductless HVAC system may be the perfect choice.
Ductless HVAC systems are great for:
- Cooling bedrooms
- Cooling offices
- Eliminating hotspots in your home
- Cooling garages and workshops
- Cooling and drying basements
Replacing Your Central HVAC System with Ductless AC
Believe it or not, some people are ditching their central cooling system in favor of a series of ductless units. With modern technology in a Mitsubishi mini-split system, this is both practical, affordable, and easier than you may have ever thought. Ductless mini-split systems can attach up to four different condensers to one outdoor compressor unit, making it extremely feasible to provide cooling to multiple rooms with one easy installation. Likewise, these systems can all be networked together and individually controlled via an easy to use app for smartphones and tablets to give you better control.
Why would you want to do this? The advantages are tremendous! Because each room in your home would be individually climate-controlled, you’d gain total control and flexibility over what rooms you cool and what rooms remain untouched. This means you only pay for the energy to cool the rooms you use, saving you money throughout the heating season. This also means reduced maintenance costs, total temperature independence, and no more bickering over what the temperature is at any given point. All of that means a happier home, lower energy costs, and greater individual comfort for what could be a smaller investment than the cost of a central HVAC system.
Want to learn more about how your home could benefit from a Mitsubishi ductless mini-split air conditioning system? Contact American Mechanical, Inc. today.