Why Buy Mitsubishi Heat Pumps
Mitsubishi heating and air conditioning units truly stand out from the rest. Unlike the generic, inexpensive units you might come across at big box stores or online, Mitsubishi units are in a league of their own. They’ve earned their number one ranking for several reasons, primarily because they offer a remarkable combination of quiet operation and exceptional durability, outlasting their competitors.
Whether you’re looking to install heat pump units in an existing building or new construction, Mitsubishi systems offer unparalleled versatility. They are particularly well-suited for situations where you’re expanding your home or office and wish to avoid the extensive installation of duct work. Thanks to their user-friendly setup and the convenience of remote drain pumps, these units can be placed virtually anywhere. Imagine transforming your garage into a comfortable getaway room or a functional workshop. Instead of enduring sweltering heat during the summer or frigid cold in the winter, you can enjoy a pleasant and controlled environment, even when the outdoor temperature is extreme.
With heat pump units, you have the option to install multiple evaporators, with some systems accommodating up to three or more, all operating simultaneously. These evaporators can be discreetly mounted on the wall or integrated into the ceiling. What’s more, separate thermostats allow you to customize the climate in different zones of your home or office. This means you can create the perfect level of comfort for everyone in various rooms, tailoring the temperature to suit individual preferences.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the benefits of a quiet and efficient Mitsubishi system. To explore your options further and set up a consultation, please give us a call at 636-240-4739. We’re here to help you create a serene and comfortable environment for your space.
Single Room Unit
Cool and heat that one room or office
Multi Room Unit
Heat and Cool your whole floor
Easy Place in your drop ceiling
Different models of evaporators