Mitsubishi hyper heat technology allows you to use a heat pump as your home’s standalone heating source. A hyper heat mini split can keep your home warm, even in temperatures as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit. This technology allows you to lower your energy bills, reduce your carbon footprint, and increase your comfort levels.
Want to learn more about hyper heat? Then, check out the following resources. They look at the advantages of Mitsubishi hyper heat mini splits, and they also touch on LG ductless units that can heat at sub-zero temperatures. If you’re ready to improve your home’s heating now, then, contact us at NETR, Inc today.
Advanced Hyper Heat Systems (Video)
In this video, the founder of NETR, Inc explains Mitsubishi hyper heat mini split systems. He talks about the history of heat pumps and their limitations a decade or two ago. Then, he explains how the new generation of hyper heat pumps can efficiently heat homes in sub-zero temperatures. Hyper heat is so efficient that he expects it to become the most popular option for home heating within the next 20 years.
Facts About Hyper Heat
A hyper heat mini split can keep your home toasty warm in very cold temperatures. It uses inverter technology and variable-speed fans to improve heating and reduce energy consumption. A Mitsubishi hyper heat pump is an ideal heating solution for homes throughout the Boston area.
Heat Pump Technology New Hyper Heat Vs. Old Designs
This podcast outlines the advancements that heat pumps have made over the years. It talks about the historic role of heat pumps in moderate climates. Then, it explains how hyper heat technology has made heat pumps viable for cold climates.
Old Heat Pumps Vs. New Heat Pumps
The reason new heat pumps are so much more effective is because of their variable speed motors and inverter technology. Wondering if you should upgrade to hyper heat? You can compare the efficiency of a new mini split to your current heat pump by looking at their SEER ratings.
Mitsubishi Ductless Heat Pumps in 2022: Focus on Hyper Heat
Every year, Mitsubishi strives to make its products more efficient and effective. In 2022, the company placed particular focus on developing products that heat in cold temperatures. Hyper heat technology allows people to use heat pumps as their primary heating source even if they live in cold climates.
Mitsubishi Electric 2021 Product Updates: Hyper Heat One-on-One (Podcast)
In 2021, one of the most significant advancements from Mitsubishi was the development of one-on-one Hyper Heat condensers. These outdoor units attach to almost the full line-up of Mitsubishi products. This gives homeowners more flexibility when installing a ductless system with hyper heat.
Mitsubishi Cold Climate Hyper Heat Pumps
In this podcast, the NETR team chats with Dana Fischer of Mitsubishi Electric. Dana talks about current trends in ductless mini-split systems, and he also shares a story about how a Mitsubishi hyper heat system kept a Colorado mountain home at a toasty 69 degrees Fahrenheit even though the outside temperature was -26 degrees Fahrenheit.
Why NETR Recommends Mitsubishi Electric Ductless HVAC
Mitsubishi leads the industry with highly efficient ductless technology. Its hyper heat systems can heat homes in temperatures as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit. At NETR, Inc, we have completed extensive training so that we can help our customers select the most effective Mitsubishi equipment for their homes.
LG Heat Pump Innovations 2023
In this podcast, Seth St. Romaine from LG talks about LG heat pump technology. He discusses trends from 2022, and he also talks about what’s going to happen in 2023. In particular, he talks about LG mini splits that can heat in very low temperatures. He also talks about the training that LG provides to ensure its dealer network is in alignment, and he chats with the NETR team about how they prioritize comfort when customizing a ductless mini split heating solution for a client.
LG Ductless and Energy Efficiency Trends in 2021 (Podcast)
LG Products can comfortably heat homes in temperatures as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit. In this podcast about LG heating and cooling trends, Ken Kastl from LG Air Conditioning Technologies explains how innovation drives the efficiency and comfort of LG’s heating and cooling equipment.
Heat Pump Myths (Video)
One of the most pervasive myths about heat pumps is that they cannot heat in very cold temperatures. However, thanks to hyper heat technology, heat pumps can now heat in very cold temps. Even in sub-zero temperatures, mini-splits can efficiently keep your whole home warm and comfortable. This is just one of the myths Mike Cappuccio discusses in this video.
Common Heat Pump Myths Debunked
Most of the myths about heat pumps revolve around energy efficiency and heating at cold temperatures. These myths are based on old mini-split technology. New heat pumps feature hyper heat inverters that allow them to efficiently and comfortably heat homes even in very cold weather. Some homeowners use heat pumps to supplement their existing heating systems, while others rely on hyper heat as a standalone heating solution.
Maintaining Cold Climate Heat Pumps (Video)
In many cases, people refer to hyper heat mini splits as cold climate heat pumps. This is due to their ability to heat in very low temperatures. When you have a separate furnace and AC, you generally schedule service for them before the heating or cooling months. A cold climate hyper heat pump provides both heating and cooling. As a result, you should ideally service this system twice a year.
5 Questions About Green Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are considered to be green because they don’t use a lot of energy. Rather than generating heat, they extract heat from the outside air which is a more efficient process. Inverter-driven hyper heat technology works effectively in very low temperatures. Hyper heat pumps can act as a home’s primary heating source throughout the New England area.
The Green New Deal and Going Green With Ductless (Podcast)
There are multiple tax breaks, rebates, and other incentives to encourage homeowners to embrace green HVAC technology. In particular, when homeowners replace their fossil fuel heating methods with hyper heat pumps, they can receive very generous rebates. At NETR, Inc, we help our clients understand the current incentives, and we maximize their value as much as possible.
Tired of Lugging Firewood or Pellets? Try Hyper Heat
A hyper heat mini split can easily replace your wood-burning fireplace or pellet stove. Hyper heat systems are convenient to install in cabins and homes that don’t have existing ductwork. You don’t have to chop firewood or lug in pellets. Instead, you can just lean on hyper heat and save the fire for ambiance.
Contact Us to Talk About Hyper Heat
At NETR, Inc, we have extensive experience helping our clients select, install, and maintain hyper heat systems. To provide you with the best service possible, our team has completed the highest level of dealer training with Mitsubishi and LG. We would love to answer your questions over the phone or send a comfort consultant to your home to talk about hyper heat.