Louisa May Alcott would have loved the Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling System

Louisa May Alcott would have loved the Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling System. In Little Women, she described the Laurence house as being “quite summerlike” in mid-winter, and one of her goals was to be able to afford a warm, sunny room for her mother. At Complete Mechanical, we would like to introduce this cost-effective, efficient option for home heating and cooling.

Heating and Cooling System

In our modern world, it might be difficult to imagine how uncomfortable houses could be in the late 1800s. Central cooling and heating units have freed most homeowners from the seasonal tasks associated with wood or coal fired furnaces. The Mitsubishi system takes comfort to a whole new level. It runs off an outside unit that uses inverter-driven technology to sense the temperature in each area of your home and tracks the changes throughout the day, keeping each area at an optimal temperature for the activities in it. The inside units are small and are wall-mounted near the ceiling. Although the heat or cooling units turn off and on, the fans run constantly. This circulates the air at all times, pulling it through the washable, reusable filters. As a result, the air is cleaner than air that is pulled or pushed through ductwork. This is a real plus for asthma sufferers.

Set-up for these units does need to be done professionally. At Complete Mechanical, our technicians have the expertise required. The process is fairly quick – usually taking about half a day. The system qualifies for Federal Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit – a rebate program — and also for several state rebates. Frugal, hard-working Louisa May Alcott would have loved the Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling System – and we think you will, too. Give us a call at (206)337-2360 to discuss your installation options.