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How Can Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat Improve My Home Heating this Winter?

How Can Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat Improve My Home Heating this Winter?

Too many people in the Pittsburgh area have less than ideal heating conditions in the winter. We all know how cold and snowy it can get in the winter months, and now is the time to start considering a new heat source before the weather really cools down. If you haven’t heard of Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat, it's one of their new developments that can change how you heat your home. Hyper-Heat is a ductless system inverter that gives homeowners a bit of an extra edge over other ductless mini-split systems — especially for those who live in chilly climates. Let’s find out what makes a Hyper-Heat inverter stand out from a crowded pack of ductless mini-split heating systems.

What is Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat?

Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat is designed to keep your home warm in subzero temperatures

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Where other heating systems falter, a Hyper-Heat inverter remains efficient in the extreme cold.

A Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat is an addition to a ductless mini-split system that improves comfort for people who are dissatisfied with their current heating system. While ductless mini-splits are very effective at heating and cooling entire homes, it can be more difficult for a standard ductless system to properly heat once the temperature begins to get close to 0°F. When the standard mini-split starts to lose its efficiency as temperatures continue to drop, the Hyper-Heat continues to provide consistent heat. Thanks to the inverter technology, the mini split can heat efficiently in outdoor temperatures as low as -13°F. 

This system is ideal for older homes that have had diminishing heat from the old radiator. Now, let’s find out exactly how a Hyper-Heat system can keep your home warmer than ever this winter.

Will A Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Keep My Home Warm In The Harsh Winters?

Yes, you can rely on your Hyper-Heat to keep you warm through the freezing Pittsburgh winters

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A Hyper-Heat inverter installation can keep your household warmer than a regular mini-split system.

We all know how the winters can be in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. Depending on the winter, the area can get feet of snow in just a few days and temperatures regularly drop below 20°F. These low temperatures and extreme precipitation conditions often lead to higher heating costs. Thankfully, a Hyper-Heat inverter can easily remedy these high costs and low temperatures. As we mentioned, a standard mini-split will lose efficiency as temperatures begin dropping below freezing, meaning that some homeowners will turn to space heaters to stay warm. It is well known that space heaters are not very efficient and can easily become fire hazards if not properly maintained. So, this winter it's time to ditch the space heaters in favor of a Hyper-Heat inverter to keep you and your family warm. 

How Does Hyper-Heat Differ From A Regular Ductless Mini-Split?

There are several exclusive features you can only enjoy when you choose Hyper-Heat to keep warm this winter

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Enjoy Instant Hot Start when you get a Hyper-Heat inverter installed.

In addition to more efficient heating in extreme temperatures, a Hyper-Heat inverter has several other features that will make your life easier this coming winter. One of the most enticing features is Instant Hot Start, which begins blowing hot air into your living space immediately. Other heating systems will take a while to heat up until the air reaching your living spaces is warmer than the current temperature, which is a waste of time and energy. This winter, don’t wait for an old radiator or central heating system to warm up. Use Hyper-Heat for maximum heating output.

A Hyper-Heat inverter also works within the different zones in your home. When you install a ductless mini-split system in your home, you have the advantage of setting up zones for heating and cooling. These zones each have their own preference settings, meaning you can individually control the heating in each zone in your home. With the addition of a Hyper-Heat inverter, you can control which rooms receive the Hyper-Heat or Instant Hot Start. So, if there is a room in your home that runs naturally cooler than others, you can set the exact amount of heating needed — no matter how cold the outdoor temperature. By using these intelligent settings, you can optimize your home and save money on your utility bills.


Is Hyper-Heat Right for My Household?

Use our guide to find out whether or not Hyper-Heat is your best option for the upcoming winter

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Keep your home cozy with the help of Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat.

Before you determine whether or not Hyper-Heat is the best option for your home, you should first consider the following points:

     1. Do You Live Somewhere Where The Temperature Regularly Drops Below 0°F?

If you live in the greater Pittsburgh area, the answer is yes. If you live elsewhere and don’t foresee the winter temperatures getting very cold, you can probably forgo a Hyper-Heat inverter.

      2. Are You Already Using a Ductless Mini-Split to Heat Your Home?

If the answer is yes, you should consider getting a Hyper-Heat inverter. As we mentioned, mini-splits get less efficient as the weather gets cold. You can avoid this dip in efficiency and save money by installing a Hyper-Heat Inverter.

If you answered yes to both of these questions, you are probably a good candidate for a Mitsubishi Hyper-Heat inverter. So don’t settle for less than ideal heating this winter, call 412 Ductless for more information on how you can keep your home warm and save energy with a Hyper-Heat inverter. No matter your current heating and cooling setup, 412 Ductless can help you improve your heating using ductless technology. From quotes, installation, and inspection, 412 Ductless is here to provide you with the highest quality air conditioning in Pittsburgh, PA