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Mitsubishi Air Conditioners

Mitsubishi has been fighting hot days for modern homeowners ever since its entry into the cooling and heating industry as Mitsubishi Electric in 1921. The company designs and manufactures many air conditioning systems, ranging from window, split, to ductless systems that can suit any user’s requirements all while providing energy efficiency and effective cooling even on the hottest of days.

Ductless and Split Systems

Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners are able to provide better cooling efficiency than their window counterparts but with the high upfront cost typical of any split-type system. These space-saving systems use two main components that work in tandem: the outdoor and indoor unit. The former contains the compressor and heat exchanger. It can be located further from the indoor unit, thus allowing for reduced noise from inside the room. The indoor unit is responsible for distributing the cold air flowing in from the outdoor unit. The outdoor unit of a Mitsubishi split-system air conditioner is able to provide cooling for one or more indoor units, allowing for bigger cost savings in the long run.

Windows Units

Window units are the most common and approachable types of air conditioners. They are cheaper than split-system units, but they have a relatively higher electricity usage. These units are ideal for households that do not require day-long cooling and are easy to install since all you need to do is use a window or make a hole in your wall to fit the system.

Remote Controls

Many of the higher-priced air conditioning systems have remote controls and an infrared sensor built into the control panel or the unit itself. This allows for easy control, meaning you do not have to get out of bed to turn the system off when it gets too cold.

Easy Installation

Mitsubishi air conditioners, especially ductless systems, are easy to install because they are less-invasive nature as compared to ducted systems. You can finish in as little as a day, and they only require a three-inch hole in the wall for piping.

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