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The Comfort Zone

The Comfort Zone

The Monadnock Region’s Only Mitsubishi Electric Ductless HVAC Showroom 

Ductless HVAC systems are the wave of the future. They offer the possibility of using energy more efficiently—which can mean lower monthly costs for property owners and a reduced carbon footprint as they move off of fossil fuels. Ductless systems are good for our budget and good for the environment. It’s a win-win. 

There are also a lot of choices available. Now, having options are great, but we know that a lot of them can leave customers feeling a little overwhelmed. That’s why we have The Comfort Zone—a showroom where people can personally look at the different Mitsubishi ductless solutions we offer. They can also speak one-on-one with one of our licensed professionals. 

The Comfort Zone is located at 216 Marlboro Street in Keene. Stop on by! We look forward to welcoming you every weekday from 7 AM to 4 PM.

The Mitsubishi ductless HVAC systems available at The Comfort Zone include: 

  • Wall Mount Unit
  • Multi-Zone Outdoor Unit
  • Ducted Unit
  • Ceiling Cassette
  • Floor Mount Unit
  • Recessed Ceiling Cassette

Moreover, we offer 15 different models, depending on the needs of your property and budget. Don’t worry—we're available to support you! 

The federal government is aiming to have 12 million heat pumps installed in the United States over the next ten years. There are unprecedented tax breaks being given to home and business owners who move forward with installation. Rebates from the state government are available. Bergeron Mechanical Systems will further add to the financial benefits by offering 0 percent financing

The value is there to be taken—from the upfront tax advantages and financing to the prospect of lower monthly costs. But we also know that people need to be comfortable when they make a change. That’s why we started The Comfort Zone—we want our customers to get a firsthand experience of what their ductless solution will be like before they buy. Experience, then buy. 

  • "10/10 Recommend!"
    - George A.

The Challenge and The Solution

An old-school, conventional HVAC system runs on a simple formula—go full power until it reaches the temperature requested by the thermostat, and then turn on and off again to maintain that temperature. We’ve all had the experience of a frigid New Hampshire winter day and hearing the heat start up and then stop again repeatedly—sometimes within the same hour. Each time the system turns on its noisy outdoor unit, it uses more energy than it does during regular operation.

Ductless systems can’t make our winters any milder, but they can ensure that hot air (or cold air on a summer day) is delivered much more efficiently. That starts with the INVERTER. 

Think of the INVERTER like your own heart—which is appropriate because the INVERTER really is the heart of the ductless HVAC unit. Your own heart gradually increases its rate to meet your needs of the moment (easing into the day after waking up, exercising, etc.) It doesn’t dramatically shut down and crank back up. A healthy heart works silently, calmly adjusting itself to your needs at a particular moment. 

So too, does the INVERTER. It automatically adjusts conditioning when its temperature sensors detect even subtle changes. You don’t have to think about it, and the system is so quiet you won’t hear it either. Rooms are cooled and heated faster and more efficiently. The INVERTER regulates energy consumption so that the system only uses the precise amount of energy needed to keep each room at the temperature you choose. 

This is greener and more sustainable than running at full power like conventional systems and can reduce energy consumption by up to 40 percent.

Let's Go Green Together! At Bergeron Mechanical Systems, we are working hard to minimize our negative impact on the environment!

How Ductless Systems Work

The ductless system allows you, as the property owner, to target air delivery to the rooms and spaces where it’s needed most. A conventional HVAC just heats or cools the entire home or building. 

But most homes have some rooms that are used more than others. The home office where we may work remotely. The living room and den area where people gather. These are the rooms you may want to keep at maximum comfort. The ductless system allows you to target them. 

The essential components of a zoned air conditioning and heating system are the outdoor unit, the indoor unit, and the smart comfort controls. The system operates by transferring heat to and from an outdoor unit to one or more indoor units. The units are connected by pipes containing refrigerant, a substance that absorbs heat. 

Ductless systems come in two different types: 

  • Single-Zone System: This is ideal if you only need cooling and heating in a single space.
  • Multi-Zone Systems: These are designed for cooling and heating multiple spaces.

Within these two options is an array of cutting-edge technologies, which may or may not be included with different models. The trained professionals at The Comfort Zone will be sure to walk through all of this with you. 

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