Somerville condo gets ductless heating and cooling in nursery

The homeowners of this home in Somerville were eagerly anticipating the arrival of a new baby- an exciting occasion for any family!  They knew they needed to help make their home ready for the new arrival and wanted to set up a special nursery for the baby. However, the room they wanted to use for the nursery had no heat!  They knew they needed a safer, more permanent solution than a space heater or baseboard heating.

After doing some research, they gave us a call at NET.  Based on our reviews and extensive experience in the area they knew we could design the perfect solution for them that would ensure year-round comfort, provide excellent air filtration, and offer humidity control to make sure the baby had the best and healthiest start possible.


Problem: The Homeowners were expecting a new baby and the room they picked for a nursery didn't have heat.  They wanted a safe, efficient solution that would ensure the air quality was as high as possible.

Solution: A single zone of Mitsubishi ductless heating and cooling made sure that the nursery would have state of the art heating with a strong air filtration system for the comfort and health for the new arrival. The system will also provide cooling comfort in the summer, so the little one will be comfortable every day (and night!) of the year.


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A young family, like this one, has a lot of decisions to make with their finances when expecting a new baby.  That’s why these homeowners were concerned with making the best use of their money when they invested in a heating and cooling system for their home. It's important to have a solution that is reliable and affordable, not only to install, but to operate daily.

Our experts knew that a single zone Mitsubishi ductless system was the perfect solution for their nursery.  The unit could be put high on the wall above the door, ensuring that the air would be evenly distributed throughout the room and preventing hot or cold spots.  Because it would be out of the way, the family will never have to worry about a hot heater burning delicate fingers once the baby starts exploring. 

The inverter system Mitsubishi has developed helps the heat pump work at higher speeds and at lower temperatures, making it efficient than traditional heat pump systems and taking less energy to run.   Mitsubishi's Hyper Heat heat pump system can work efficiently down to -13 degrees, so the nursery will be comfortable no matter what Mother Nature dishes out. 

The ductless heating unit is controlled by a simple remote, so the family will be able to adjust the temperature to their needs.  The Hyper-Heat unit will distribute the air evenly and even monitor the room’s humidity. 

Best of all, these mini split systems also function as air conditioners, so the family can easily add a little relief to the nursery on a hot summer day.  Now, these new parents can make sure their baby is comfortable every day of the year.

Imagine when the new baby comes and parents have to get up in the middle of the night, often spending lots of time rocking the baby back to sleep.  The Mitsubishi Electric's ductless system is so quiet, we've even had musicians use them in their recording studios, so these new parents won't have to worry about hearing the unit interfering with their baby’s sleep.  With the nursery so cozy there will be less arguing about who gets up for the baby! 

We were so excited to give this family the perfect heating and cooling system that will help their new arrival get the best welcome possible. This high efficiency ductless system will be economical to run, saving money on energy bills.  That’s something every new family could use!  Many of the Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners also qualify for rebates helping to make installation more affordable as well.

Do you need help getting comfortable in your home?  Contact us here at NETR to see what we can do for you! 781-933-6387 

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