Wednesday, December 16, 2015

How To Heat Your Home For Less


We sure hope temperatures don’t drop to -13°F this winter, but you never know with the strange weather patterns we’ve been greeted with lately. And even if it does, we've got you covered. Homeowners are often faced with a major dilemma during the colder months - whether to throw on the layers to keep heating costs down or turn up the thermostat a few degrees to live comfortably. If this sounds like you, a Mitsubishi H2i Hyper-Heating INVERTER might be the answer.

Are you constantly filling your oil or propane tank during the cold winter months? These bills can add up quickly and leave you in a sticky situation. But with Mitsubishi's Hyper-Heating INVERTER™ you can lessen or eliminate your dependence on fossil fuels altogether, making ductless an affordable alternative to oil and gas.

Hyper-heat systems are a great way to save money on energy bills and here’s how:
  • INVERTER-driven technology results in substantial energy and utility savings for homeowners.
  • Zone control for improved comfort and decreased energy usage.
  • All MXZ H2i Systems are ENERGY STAR® rated.

Why heat the whole entire house at the same time? With this system, each room or zone operates independently with its own wireless or wired remote control, so people in different rooms can choose a temperature that makes them most comfortable.

For more information about ductless hyper-heat technology works or to find out how it can benefit your home, contact GEN3 Electric today!

3 comments:

  1. We practice different tricks to keep us hot in winter but there are some places that do not enjoy winter season. We can keep us busy in working like superior papers writing or hard working to keep us hot and we should read this post also to know how we can keep us hot.

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  2. We can keep our house hot by different thing and gas or electric heaters are on the top list that we can use in our houses and in our offices where we do besttermpaper writing and other work and it is very useful way.

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