You want your home on Massachusetts’ North Shore or the Seacoast of New Hampshire to keep you and your family comfortable all year round, but not if it means increasing your heating and cooling bills. The best way to achieve this isn’t to sit tight and hope your HVAC system doesn’t break—it’s to upgrade to a higher efficiency system. You’ll pay back your upfront investment quickly, take advantage of hundreds of dollars in available rebates, and not have to constantly worry about the state of your home comfort.
While today’s furnaces, boilers, and central air conditioners are likely much more efficient than the older model you have in your home, the greatest benefits (as well as the highest cost savings) can be found when you upgrade to Mitsubishi Electric ductless mini split heat pumps!
But what makes Mitsubishi Electric mini splits so much better than the competition?
Mitsubishi Electric Are Quieter and More Efficient
Mitsubishi Electric’s heat pump technology puts their ductless mini splits well ahead of the competition in a number of the categories that homeowners most care about.
Super quiet operation
Are you tired of hearing that startling whoosh! when your furnace is on? Are you trying to convince yourself that the sound of your central air conditioner running is pleasant white noise when it’s clearly not? The indoor component of Mitsubishi Electric heat pumps operate at low as 19dB—significantly lower than most competing brands, and quieter than a human whisper!
High efficiency = high cost savings
Again, Mitsubishi is ahead of the curve when it comes to energy efficiency. With SEER ratings (this is how an air conditioner’s efficiency is rated) as high as 24.8 and HSPF (the measurement for a heat pump’s heating efficiency) as much as 12.8, homeowners will be able to keep home comfort high and lower their utility costs at the same time!
Superior Cold Weather Heating Capabilities
If there’s one area in which homeowners mistakenly believe that heat pumps come up short, it’s their heating capabilities.
Heat pumps work by extracting heat from one air source and transferring it to another. In the summer, heat pumps extract heat from the air in your home and move it outside.
In the winter, however, this process is reversed, and heat is extracted from outdoor air and moved inside to heat your home. Yes—even very cold air has some heat in it, and while in the past heat pumps have struggled to keep homes in northern climates warm in the winter, Mitsubishi Electric technology has made significant advances. Their ductless mini splits with Hyper-Heating can continue to produce heat in temperatures as low as -13° F!
Save More with Mass Save Heat Pump Rebates
Not only will you be saving money on your monthly utility bills when you schedule Mitsubishi Electric heat pump installation with Kearney HVAC, but there are ways to save even more. Massachusetts homeowners can pocket up to $10,000 in rebates on mini split installation through Mass Save and Kearney HVAC, making your home upgrade affordable right away.
And, as a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Dealer, Kearney can set you up with a superior heating and cooling system with added benefits like a 12 year product warranty and extended labor warranty.