We did an installation over on Babcock Street in Brookline in a beautiful condo this July, but in these homes, the floor you're on has a lot to do with the cost of the job.

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Problem: Unsightly, inefficient, noisy window units were installed in holes in the wall, detracting from the home's overall aesthetic and racking up huge electric bills. 

Solution: A three zone Mitsubishi ductless split system powered by one outdoor condenser and three wall-mounted units.

Why are these Brookline condo installations tricky?

When it comes to installing air conditioning in these condos, the floor you're on makes all the difference.

First floor is easy. We bring a 3" line through your wall and directly into your home.

Third floor is easy. We bring the 3" line down through the roof, with the assistance (and warranty) of a bonded roofer.

If your condo is on the second floor, we have more of a challenge running the line to your indoor units, so there's more cost tied up in the labor. Sometimes we need a carpenter to do some detailed finish work and the outdoor lines are certainly longer, using more material.

Increasing the value of this condo

The owner of this condo has protected his home and increased his long term property value by choosing some of the best heating and air conditioning technology available to the residential market.

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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A total comfort solution for this Brookline condo

The solution: complete temperature control in every corner of this condo.

Based on the homeowner's wish to have absolute control over the temperature in every part of this condo, we recommended a three head muti-zone solution from Mitsubishi.

The great part about a job like this is, we can run all three heads off the same outdoor unit, which keeps the cost under control.

In this situation we were able to put condenser on the back patio and hide the line in a piece of molding that blends right in with the building's facade. It came out perfect. Pics to come on that.

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