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RESIDENTIAL HVAC CASE STUDIES

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We think the easiest way to tell you what we do is to show you what we do. Serving the greater Boston area, we've done installations from Providence, Rhode Island to Maine, and have served New England Homeowners for over twenty years.

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Heating and Air Conditioning Examples in the Boston Area

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From Tudors to Colonials to split-level homes and more, we've installed ductless HVAC systems in all types of single-family homes, condos, brownstones and apartments in and around the Boston area.

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Multi-Level Ranch in Peabody Gets Ductless System

The Problem: Converted multi-level ranch home in West Peabody, MA, was heating their home with an outdated hot-water baseboard heating system and cooling with window ACs. They’re outrageous energy bills led them to find an alternative.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. outfitted the entire home with a Mitsubishi ductless heating and cooling system with Hyper-Heating technology. Now, the home will stay comfortable all year round, and they will save big on energy every month.

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Victorian Style Condo Gets Window AC Replacement

The Problem: The owner of this Victorian-style condo wanted to replace their window ACs for something more efficient and less expensive.

The Solution:N.E.T.R., Inc. installed a single outdoor heat pump and three Mitsubishi ductless AC units throughout the home to provide optimal airflow for cooling the home.

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Boston Home Supplements Oil Heating with Ductless Heating

The Problem: Hot and cold spots plagued the third-floor bedrooms and living area of this Victorian home in Jamaica Plain. The owners were in need of a supplemental heating solution for their oil heating system.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. recommended a three-unit Mitsubishi ductless heating system with an outdoor heat pump for premium comfort year-round. One ductless unit would be installed in each third-floor bedroom and the den.

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Jamaica Plain Condo Owner Gets Mitsubishi Ductless

The Problem: Condominium in Jamaica Plain in Boston needed air conditioning installed in one bedroom, the living room, the kitchen, and the basement. No existing HVAC provided AC for the home.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. installed an outdoor unit with four indoor air handlers for this Mitsubishi ductless AC system. Now, the family has cooling relief throughout the home.

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Summer Lake House on Lake Winnipesaukee Gets Ductless AC

The Problem: This summer lake house had an existing heating system, but lacked any air conditioning, leaving the family hot during the worst days of summer.

The Solution:N.E.T.R., Inc. installed a zoned ductless AC system throughout the home to provide quality cooling in the family room and all three bedrooms.

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Ductless Heating and Cooling in Cambridge Condo

The Problem: The homeowner was tired of the inadequate oil heating system that left some rooms too hot, and others feeling icy.  They also needed an AC system that would be energy-efficient and cost-effective.

The Solution: N.E.T.R. Inc. installed a three-zone ductless heating and cooling system that will provide pin-point control in the office, bedroom, and dining room.  

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Eco-Friendly Ductless Solution for Hudson, NH, Home

The Problem: The split-level home was heated with propane and had no central AC, so the family used window ACs. This solution was expensive and offered little relief from the hot summers.

The Solution: N.E.T.R. Inc. designed a system with three indoor ductless AC units that would provide air conditioning and heating for year-round comfort.

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Ductless Heating and Cooling for Basement in Somerville

The Problem: The basement of this townhouse in Somerville, MA, was muggy and humid in the summer and ice cold in the winter. The lack of heating and air conditioning made the space almost useless.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. installed a single ductless air conditioner that will double as a ductless heating system in the winter. This unit was connected to an outdoor condenser and will provide humidity control, as well.

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Year-Round Ductless AC System for Home in Salem, MA

The Problem: The family in Salem, MA, had a single-family home with no AC system and oil heating. They supplemented the oil system with a pellet stove but still found themselves in need of a new heating and cooling system.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. installed a three-zoned ductless heating and cooling AC system that would serve the dining room and two bedrooms. This system replaced the existing heating system and provides pinpoint comfort all year long.

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Dutch Colonial in Roslindale Installs Mitsubishi Ductless

The Problem: The family owners of this two-story Dutch Colonial home in Roslindale, MA, had no air conditioning in the office. They were using a window AC to keep cool, but the expense and safety risks were not worth the air conditioning provided.

The Solution: N.E.T.R., Inc. installed a Mitsubishi ductless AC system with a single indoor air handler and one outdoor condenser unit. The new AC system is designed to allow for further expansion if the family needs additional cooling in the future.

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