As a Diamond Dealer, COACH is proud to offer the STAR lineup of ductless air-conditioning and heating units from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating.
The STAR lineup offers more ENERGY STAR® systems than ever before so you can save even more money on your utility bills.
Mitsubishi ductless systems are often called ductless heat pumps or mini-split systems. Whatever name you use, they are energy efficient heating units which have an optional cooling function so they’re perfect for homeowners in the Pacific Northwest.
Keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, they’re the answer to any hard to heat (or cool) room in your house.
They qualify for federal and utility rebates totaling up to $1350.
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The ductless air-conditioning and heating units are made up to 2 components:
The 2 units are connected by a refrigerant line and uses electricity to transfer heat between outdoor and indoor air by compressing and expanding the refrigerant.
The ductless heat pump collects heat from outside the house and delivers it inside on the heating cycle and vice versa on the cooling cycle.
Eco-comfort technology makes these systems smarter in how they use energy. Larger coils heat faster and the Hot StartTM system doesn’t activate the fan until the desired temperature is reached. This prevents uncomfortable drafts of cold air.
In addition, the i-see™ Sensor automatically detects differences in a room’s temperature and adjusts for greater comfort.
Installation is easy and fast since these ductless systems don’t require any ductwork. The outdoor and indoor units are linked by a refrigerant line which only requires a small hole (about 3”) for the line to come into your house.
The connecting line is available in various lengths so the outdoor units can be hidden on the side or in back of your house.
They heat (or cool) rooms individually so unoccupied rooms can be set lower or turned off.
Up to 30% of heat can be lost as it travels through ductwork so no ducts mean no wasted energy.
Single zone systems are used when you need to heat or cool only 1 room so they’re perfect for a new addition, sunroom or garage conversion.
The outside unit provides one-to-one control with the attached indoor air handling unit, thus providing higher levels of SEER ratings, from 19 to 21.
Multi-zone systems are designed to heat or cool the whole house. With this system, you can connect up to 8 indoor units to the outdoor compressor.
Each indoor air handling unit has its own thermostat to individually control the temperature in the room.
Depending on the model chosen, indoor units can be mounted on the wall or ceiling and have SEER ratings from 15 to 21.
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