Garages aren’t just for storing vehicles, camping gear, and holiday decorations. They can also be used as workshops, crafting zones, home offices, and more. Many people even turn their garages into neighborhood hangouts.
If you want to use your garage for more than storage, you need the space to be comfortable. You might want to add carpet, a pool table, a bar, or countless other essentials, but of course, you also need heating and cooling. A Mistubishi heat pump can easily keep your garage comfortable all year long. Here’s what you need to know.
Benefits of Ductless Heating and Cooling in Garages
The main benefit of ductless heating and cooling for garages is that these solutions don’t need to be attached to your ductwork. That means ductless mini splits are the perfect solution for basements, attics, home additions, and you guessed it — garages.
Mitsubishi ductless electric heat pump systems also offer the following benefits:
- Efficient heating and cooling that keeps your energy bills low.
- Quiet operation so you can focus on the rest of your life.
- Air filters that improve the health of your indoor air.
- Heating and cooling capabilities to keep you comfortable all year long.
- Even heating and cooling in every corner of your room.
- Dehumidification and other settings to safeguard your comfort.
- Remote controls and apps that allow you to easily change settings.
When you add ductless heating and cooling to your garage, you also get to choose from a range of styles. Select an indoor unit that mounts to the wall, floor, or ceiling, and then, select from a range of capacities, finishes, and designs.
What to Expect When Getting Ductless Heating and Cooling for Your Garage
Your Mitsubishi electric heating and cooling system features an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. A single-zone outdoor unit can support a single indoor air handling unit. Or if you want to add ductless heating and cooling throughout your whole home, you can opt for a multi-zone outdoor unit that supports up to eight indoor units.
Your HVAC contractor will work with you to guide you toward the right setup for your situation. Once you have selected your Mitsubishi equipment, the installer will typically be able to put in everything in less than a day. They set up the outdoor unit and mount the indoor unit. Then, they connect the units with refrigerant, electrical, and drainage lines.
The lines running between the indoor and outdoor units are very small. That means you don’t have to worry about a messy or disruptive installation process. The installer uses very small holes to put in the lines. Once everything is installed, you can start enjoying Mitsubishi comfort right away.
Case Studies About Garage Ductless
When Massachusetts home and business owners contact us about ductless heating and cooling, we often chronicle their experiences in a case study. Our case studies outline the homeowner’s challenges and then explain how we solved the problem.
Many homeowners have contacted us about the uneven heating and cooling in the space above their garage. Check out our residential case studies page and search for case studies that are based in your hometown or in homes designed just like yours. We also have a business case studies page that outlines success stories from our commercial clients.
Ductless Heating and Cooling
Resources and Insights About Ductless Heating and Cooling
Ductless heating and cooling improves comfort and efficiency, but how? To answer this question for our clients, we’ve put together resources that explain all the essentials. If you’re curious about how ductless heat pumps can improve your garage or other parts of your home, check out these resources.
- Why You Should Consider a Heat Pump (video)
- Applications for a Ductless Heat Pump (podcast)
- Hyper Heat Brochure (brochure download)
- Your Complete Guide to Energy Efficient Heating with Ductless HVAC (Ebook)
- Your Complete Guide to Energy Efficient Cooling with Ductless HVAC (Ebook)
Have additional questions? Then, check out the all resources page for links to podcasts, ebooks, videos, or more. Of course, you don’t have to do it all on your own. Give us a call for more details today.
Rebates for Electric Heat Pumps
When you invest in a heat pump, you may qualify for a rebate from a group such as MassSave. To learn more, check out our rebates page. We stay updated on the latest rebates, and to provide as much value as possible for our clients, we also help you apply for rebates.