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What Makes a Single Zone System the Best Choice for a Small Home or Room Addition?

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Expanding your home is a big task, and one that requires serious HVAC work. But what if you could avoid installing ductwork into your home, and still have heating and cooling that matches the rest of your home? You can, with a Mitsubishi single zone ductless system in Wesley Chapel. With a single zone system, you can add the needed heating and cooling to a new addition without having to spend thousands on extending your home’s ductwork. Or, if you have a room in your home that is notoriously too hot during summer or too cold during winter, you can easily add supplemental warm air or cold air to that space with a single zone unit.

How Does It Work?

A single zone ductless system works the same as a multi-zone system, just on a smaller scale. With a single zone, you still have an outdoor unit and an indoor blower, but you also get a wireless remote thermostat to program the heating and cooling. The in- and outdoor units are connected by a conduit through which the refrigerant flows, and when the indoor unit turns on, the heating or cooling process begins.

Special Attributes of the Mitsubishi Single Zone System

Inverter Technology

One specialized detail of the Mitsubishi Single Zone System is that it comes equipped with Inverter technology. The technology allows the speed of the compressor to work on a varied basis in accordance with heating and cooling need of the room. The result is even cooling that is energy efficient.

Extra Filtration

Most indoor ductless units come with two filters; the Mitsubishi Single Zone System comes with three. Triple filters help capture a number of airborne contaminants including allergens, viruses and bacteria.

Quiet Operation

The Mitsubishi Single Zone System has been designed with quiet in mind. The blowers have compartmentalized components which helps reduce operation noise considerably.

A single zone ductless system may be just what you need for a new expansion or intemperate room in your home, so contact Ierna’s Heating & Cooling today!

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