Horizontal-Ducted Mini Split Installation in Keene, NH
Understanding Ducted Mini Split Systems
Horizontal-ducted mini split systems are an advanced air conditioning technology that provides efficient and discreet temperature control. These systems consist of an indoor unit, an outdoor condenser, and a conduit for connecting them, with the indoor unit typically installed in the ceiling or under the floor, rendering it practically invisible.
The system operates by circulating refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor units — the indoor unit absorbs heat from the room and transfers it to the outdoor unit, which then expels it outside. This cycle repeats, thereby cooling the space. Notably, because these systems are "ducted," they can distribute cooled air to multiple rooms at once, offering a seamless solution for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.
As a Mitsubishi Electric Certified Diamond Elite Contractor, Bergeron Mechanical Systems is able to offer our community top-quality ducted mini split installation services to ensure our customers enjoy year-round comfort with minimal disruptions.
To learn more about our Mitsubishi Electric horizontal-ducted mini split system services in Keene, call us at (603) 733-4594 today! We offer fast and convenient scheduling and free estimates.
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Is a Ducted Mini Split Right for Your Home?
Determining the suitability of a horizontal-ducted mini split system for your home involves considering various factors. Firstly, assess your property's layout and space availability. These systems are an excellent choice for homes with limited wall space or where a discreet installation is preferred, due to their installation within ceilings or beneath floors.
Secondly, consider your cooling requirements. If you desire consistent cooling across multiple rooms, the ducted nature of these systems facilitates this, making them a superior choice to traditional units that cool one room at a time.
Lastly, consider your energy efficiency goals. Horizontal-ducted mini split systems are renowned for their energy-efficient operation, reducing energy consumption and utility costs—particularly when compared to traditional AC systems. At Bergeron Mechanical Systems, we carry a full range of mini split options and can walk you through all of your options—considering your needs and budget—to help you make the most educated decision possible about your home comfort.
Installing the Mitsubishi Electric intelli-AIR™ Ducted Solution
The Mitsubishi Electric intelli-AIR™ Ducted Solution system is a premier choice among horizontal-ducted mini split models. It is designed with innovative features that ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and user-friendly controls. The system is equipped with a unique intelli-AIR™ technology that automatically adjusts its operation to maintain comfortable temperatures and exceptional energy efficiency. Moreover, it is compact, allowing for flexible installation in locations with space constraints.
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What temperature should I set my thermostat at?
There are many opinions on what temperature to set your thermostat to. Remember, comfort always trumps energy savings. If using a hyper-heat system, we suggest you “set it and forget it.” It makes no sense to roll back your thermostat to save energy use when you are at work for the day only to return home and make your HVAC system work harder (using more energy) to get you comfortable. In fact, it uses more energy and wears on the system components quicker. You didn’t unplug your refrigerator when you went to work in the morning so why would you unplug your HVAC system to try to save energy?
How much does new HVAC equipment cost?
Equipment installation pricing can vary, depending on what brand and efficiency of equipment you want to look at. With a little information from you we can typically provide a good budget estimate digitally so you can determine direction. We can provide a wide range of pricing for you. In this day and age we encourage you to always add the word “installed” to your internet cost search. The old adage “You get what you pay for” applies. Be wary of contractors that show up with vans that don’t clearly identify who they are or have State required license numbers indicated. The best way to get a definitive price is to have one of our specialists come to the house and discuss all of your options.