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High Energy Costs
Why pay to cool and heat your home when you only live in a few rooms at a time? With Mitsubishi Electric, you can condition the rooms you live in while reducing energy costs in the rooms you don't use. Plus Mitsubishi Electric's INVERTER-driven compressors automatically adjust to changing conditions to deliver ideal comfort while only using the energy that is needed.
Select M-Series indoor units feature our i-see Sensor which automatically detects the temperature of troublesome regions closer to the ceiling and the floor. It scans the room and makes adjustments based on the ambient temperature readings. This process ensures that you always enjoy ultimate comfort
Selected M-Series indoor models use a sophisticated multi-part filtration system to reduce contaminants such as allergens, viruses and bacteria. This combination of filters provides a healthier breathing environment for the home.
The advances in the heating performance of our units are unmatched in the industry. Our H2i technology can heat your space effectively even when temperatures outside are down to -13 Degrees F. Our Hot Start technology provides hot air from the start with no drafts.
Both the outdoor and indoor units operate quietly. The indoor units can operate as low as 19 dB(A) - that's quieter than a human whisper.
Hot or Cold Problem Rooms
An American Home Comfort Study (AHCS) reports that 67 percent of homes in the U.S. have a room that's too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter. It's a common problem with ducted forced air systems - one that can be solved simply with a Mitsubishi Electric system.
Renovations and New Homes
You don't have to install ductwork to make a living space comfortable. Mitsubishi Electric ductless solutions require only a 3" opening for two refrigerant lines, control wiring and a drain line. Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems are the perfect solution for new additions, renovated bedrooms, office spaces, garages and basement workshops or studios. And it's ideal for any home that can't accommodate ductwork.