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Ductless Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split System

Mitsubishi Electric HVAC

HOP Energy is your one-stop-shop for all your heating and cooling needs. Our skilled Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC technicians specialize in the installation, maintenance, and repair of ductless Mini-split systems for homes and businesses. Whether you need a new Mini-split system installed or your existing one repaired, our team has the expertise and knowledge to get the job done right.

Traditional central HVAC systems use a lot of energy by cooling or heating an entire zone, regardless of which rooms are in use. With a ductless Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split system, you can achieve room-by-room temperature control, ensuring that you only use energy where it’s needed. Incentives for electric systems vary by state, but our rebate finder tool can help you find out what’s available in your area.

Our licensed and insured Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split technicians are committed to providing you with the best service possible. From the initial consultation to the final installation, we’ll work with you every step of the way. Contact HOP Energy today for a free estimate and expert advice on your Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC needs.

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Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split unit in a home office

About Mitsubishi Electric Mini-Split Systems

As a leading HVAC company, HOP Energy provides residential and commercial energy services to clients. We specialize in Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC systems, electric units that can replace or supplement your existing heating and cooling systems.

What is a Mitsubishi Electric Mini-Split HVAC?
Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC systems offer 100% efficient heating at -5 degrees and can cool a room within minutes. These systems can be used for single-room or multi-room applications, allowing you to heat or cool just one room or your entire house. You can choose from wall-mount, floor-mount, or ceiling-mounted units that work with non-ducted or ducted systems. At HOP Energy, we offer a 12-year warranty if you purchase and register your Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC system with us (normally 5-7 years).

With the Mitsubishi Electric Kumo cloud app, you can have room-by-room control and even manage multiple homes, such as a vacation home or a home for aging parents.

Single & Multi-Zone Applications

Best Single-Zone Applications:

  • Sunroom
  • 3-season room
  • Single room additions
  • Bonus rooms
  • Garages
  • Sheds
  • Barns
  • Problem rooms
  • Supplemental cooling
  • Computer rooms – to tech specs
  • Retail establishments
  • Small restaurants

Best Multi-Zone Applications:

  • Whole-house solutions
  • Multi-room additions
  • Multiple office areas
  • Individualized comfort

Contact HOP Energy today for expert Mitsubishi Electric Mini-split HVAC system installation and find the right package that works best in your home or business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Split system air conditioners consist of an indoor and outdoor unit. The indoor unit contains the evaporator coil and an air handler, which cools the air that flows through the home's ductwork. The outdoor unit has a condenser and compressor, and both units are connected by copper tubes.

A mini-split air conditioning system, also known as a ductless mini-split system, is a compact unit that delivers cooled air directly to where it's needed without the need for ductwork. It uses a heat pump to cool the air.

Ductless mini-split systems are more efficient than traditional systems because they allow you to control the temperature of one room at a time instead of the entire house. They are ideal for hard-to-cool areas of your home, and you can turn off the system in any room that doesn't need cooling.

Mini-split systems can be more expensive than window units and require an outdoor location for draining. They are also more intrusive than central air conditioning systems, although many people prefer their appearance to that of window units.

Ductless and mini-split are often used interchangeably, but ductless may also refer to window air conditioning units.

Many people choose ductless mini-split systems to increase their home's energy efficiency, and they typically use less electricity than central air conditioners. However, this depends on usage and the condition of the unit.

No, not all mini-splits are ductless. There are ducted mini-splits, but ductless systems are generally more efficient as there is no air loss in the ductwork.

No, ductless mini-split systems are the quietest air conditioners available, operating at an average of 32 decibels. In comparison, window units and central air conditioning systems have an average noise level of 50-72 decibels.

The refrigerant in a ductless mini-split system should last as long as the unit's life, which is around 15 years if the system is installed correctly and maintained. The unit should be inspected at least once a year.

Yes, a ductless mini-split system is designed to run continuously. Inverter technology allows the system to run at a percentage of its capacity based on the cooling needs of the room.

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