Mitsubishi Ductless Air Systems
A Ductless Heating and Cooling System Ideal for Rooms Without Forced Air
A ductless (or mini-split) air conditioner system is a versatile, efficient and economic way to moderate your homes temperature throughout the year. At Heritage, we are proud to be licensed contractors in New Hampshire and Massachusetts for the most advanced ductless heating and cooling system available: Mitsubishi ductless technology.
The key to the Mitsubishi ductless system is its ability to cool and heat based on use and need. This makes using a ductless system an economical and efficient way to cool or heat rooms you use and not worry about the rooms you don’t use.
Having a system that can be tailored to you and your house is a smart way to stay comfortable year round while saving energy. Ductless AC technology can be as much as 40% more efficient than unsightly, light-blocking window AC units.
Our expert heating and cooling technicians can install four different kinds of ductless units in your home depending on the requirements and layout of each of the rooms: wall units, floor mount units, horizontal ducted units or ceiling recessed units
Wall Mount Units
A wall mount AC unit is a great way to cool down a room that might be in the sun for most of the day. Your southern-facing room with windows is a perfect example.
Floor Mount Units
Floor mount systems are ideal for a home or room with low ceilings and not much wall space. These work particularly well as part of a multi-room ductless AC system.
Horizontal Ducted Units
This style is ideal for bathrooms, bedrooms and house additions that have soffit or crawl space available.
Ceiling Recessed Units
A unit in the ceiling provides a wider airflow pattern to rooms like master bedrooms and offices. Using a ceiling recessed ductless AC unit frees up your walls for furniture or decorating without sacrificing comfort and energy efficiency.
The versatility of ductless heating and cooling systems enables you to create a home environment that’s both comfortable and efficient. Warm rooms get more cool air when you’re using them. Cool air is turned off when no one is using the room. Ductless systems can also keep your rooms warm in the by reversing the cooling process.