Properly installed and operated mini-split heat pumps are highly efficient systems, perfect for Massachusetts’s weather.
When installing a new HVAC system, our Jay Moody HVAC team takes the time to create an efficient system design that fits your needs.
Here are a few tips to help you best utilize your Mitsubishi mini-splits’ capabilities for ultimate efficiency and comfort!
Set Your Mini-Split Thermostat for Comfort
- Set your mini-split remote or thermostat at a temperature that feels comfortable
- It’s OK to slightly overheat one room to assist in heating another area of your home
- Instead of using “auto”, use the “heat” or “cool” settings
- SET IT & FORGET IT!
- Avoid turning your units “on” and “off” to control temperature.
- Keep your heat pump ON in very cold weather
- Cold-climate heat pumps work below zero degrees.
- Set the unit to “off” when outside temperature is mild and heating/cooling is not needed.
Use Your Backup Heating System Only When Needed
- Make your ductless heat pump your primary heat source by turning your existing heating system down 5-10 degrees.
- When possible, keep the doors open to rooms without ductless units. This allows your heat pump to better circulate heat.
Annual Preventative Maintenance
- Annual maintenance includes a cleaning and inspection of your system to prepare it for the upcoming season.
- Many equipment warranties require annual maintenance on equipment to qualify
- Mitsubishi requires its systems to be maintenced annually by a qualified contractor in order to be covered under warranty (Jay Moody HVAC is a qualified Diamond Elite Mitsubishi Contractor)
Don’t stress over maintenance! Jay Moody HVAC’s maintenance plan members receive annual preventative maintenance, discounts, and priority scheduling!
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We hope these tips help improve comfort and save energy in your home!
Still have questions? Reach out!
A Bit About Jay Moody HVAC
Specializing in high quality heat-pump installations, Jay Moody HVAC is committed to a sustainable approach to home improvement.
We have a mission to help our Massachusetts neighbors limit carbon emissions and save energy with improved HVAC and electrical systems.
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