Cape Cod is a fantastic place to spend the summer, but it's also the year-round home for many. Sea breezes and the National Seashore, Nauset Lighthouse and local bike trails all make Eastham a great place to live or vacation.

Our homeowners were depending on oil heat and window air conditioners to keep comfortable in their charming home in Eastham, but they were getting tired of putting in and taking out their air conditioners each year, especially since the weather on the Cape can be unpredictable at times. There are cold, wet days in the summer that make you forget it's summer!

Our homeowners were looking for a more efficient and cost-effective way to heat and cool their home. Running ductwork for central air would disrupt the charm of their home and they knew there had to be a better way.  When the homeowners called NETR we knew we could design the perfect solution for them to give them year round comfort while keeping energy costs under control.


Problem: The homeowners were looking for a more cost-effective way to cool their home, since the window air conditioners they were using were inefficient and expensive to run, not to mention the accompanying noise!
Solution: We were able to create three heating and cooling zones using Mitsubishi H2i Hyper Heat ductless units to cover the living room, master bedroom, and the front bedroom, ensuring comfort throughout the year.Schedule a ConversationDownload a Free Product Guide




A Great Investment

This kind of installation is going to help them with a few things. First off, they are still using oil heat, so this ductless install will only supplement their current system to make the house completely comfortable in the key areas where it's needed most. 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. This kind of technology may also be eligible for the MASS SAVE rebate.

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

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