What is the least comfortable room in your home? Everyone has one. It could be the playroom above the garage, the furthest room from your furnace, or perhaps the attic converted into a guest room. Depending on the structure, ductwork, or insulation of your home, a traditional heating and cooling system may not be enough to provide the complete home comfort you are searching for. In these situations we often recommend the Mitsubishi Home Comfort System, an entirely ductless heat pump that supplies pinpoint temperature control to the areas of your home you need most.
Lennox and Four Seasons have just released a series of informational videos describing the exciting features of the contemporary line of Lennox HVAC equipment. With easy-to-digest demonstrations, you could learn the ins and outs of the wonderful equipment that keeps your home comfortable day after day.
With the current state of the housing market, most homeowners are choosing to make the most of the space they already have rather than attempting to move. Basements and attics are being refinished, but unfortunately, they are not always equipped for comfort. You can add finished walls and furniture but if you can’t get the room to a comfortable temperature, what use will the space really have for your home?
The Mitsubishi Electric Heat Pump Solution
Four Seasons Heating and Air Conditioning is Chicago and Northwest Indiana’s HVAC problem solver, and like always we have a solution for this heating and cooling problem as well. You could always add another furnace and air conditioner to the home to bring comfort to the space, but this wouldn't be the most energy efficient way to meet this need. Mitsubishi Electric Mini Split Heat Pumps are the solution.
Truly Enjoy Your Remodeled Room
Their slim, wall-mounted design makes them perfect for newly renovated areas of the home. They give you targeted heating and cooling where you need it the most without overwhelming your energy bills. Truly enjoy your new addition and give Four Seasons a call today for more information about the Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling systems.
Topics: Heat Pumps