Boston, like most of New England, is filled with older homes, like this one in Allston. And while homes like this are full of great architectural features, most were built during a time when "air conditioning" was a luxury reserved for the well-to-do. Heating and cooling older homes can be expensive, especially when you try to achieve balanced temperatures throughout the house. One room is too cold. Another is too hot, resulting in a never-ending battle for control of the thermostat. The only way to make those cold rooms warm is to crank up the heat, causing other rooms to become too hot, and costing extra money on energy bills. That was the situation we were brought in to solve for this family in Allston, MA. 

Allston heating and air condtioning installation



Problem:
 The family wanted to save money on heating and cooling, and was looking to create zones so they could heat and cool areas as needed, rather than waste money heating empty space.
 
Solution: Installed a Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Ductless Inverter Units to create zones of comfort in the bedrooms and main living area. We were able to install 5 wall units, creating zones of comfort throughout this classic home.
 

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The problem this family was having was wasting money on heating and cooling a larger older home. In this type of home, the owners were spending a fortune trying to get comfort throughout the house, and like in most homes, only a few areas are used all the time. When we talked about solutions that would work for them, we knew creating several zones would allow them to have the pin-point, push button control of heating and cooling they desired, without disrupting the great architectural features in the home, like the post & beam features you can see to the right. NETR suggested that they install a Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Ductless Units, which could be create zones of comfort, right where they were needed most

The wall units blend in to the walls, making them unobstrusive as they deliver unparalleled comfort to this hard to heat and cool home. Ductless units supply heating and cooling on demand from a remote control, providing quiet comfort any day of the year, just what our Homeowners wanted.

The ductless system also supplements their current heating system, meaning no expensive removal of the old system was necessary. In fact, by adding the ductless system to their home, they will be able to minimize the use of their existing system, and extend its life.

Many families like this one also have the opportunity to take advantage of rebates through the MAss Save program! Because this is energy efficient technology, there are rebates issued for these systems since they are helping out the environment. There are still rebates available, so if you are interested in this type of energy efficient equipment as well, be sure to ask your comfort specialist about what sort of rebates would apply. 

Boston area heating and coolingTo recap the key points of this particular home:

  • The home owners now have a comfortable, quiet solution to heat their living area and bedrooms, ensuring comfort for the family, every day of the year!
  • The energy bills will go down because of the energy efficient technology, and only needing to heat or cool the space in use.
  • No removal or replacement of equipment was necessary.

A Great Investment

This kind of installation is going to help our homeowners with a few things. They are still using their current system to heat, so this ductless install will only supplement their current system, allowing them to make each zone comfortable Summer or Winter, with a touch of a button. They will no longer have to spend so much money heating the large empty areas of the home, and instead, they will comfort right where they need it. No removal of an old system necessary.

This technology will also help save money on energy bills, being that it is an energy efficient solution. And many homeowners in similar circumstances can qualify for rebates! 

The warranty on all qualifying systems installed after April 1, 2015 has recently been extended to 12 years! Click here to see the details.