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If there's a room in your house that gets too hot in the summer, chances are that in the winter that same room often gets too cold. That's another reason to give serious consideration to Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems. Here, the same setup you count on for effective and efficient summertime cooling can also provide comfort-giving heat, without driving up your utility bills. Here's how it works: Technically, Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems are two-way heat pumps designed to transfer heat between outdoor and indoor air. In summer, the system collects heat from inside the house, then exhausts it outside. In winter, the technology works in reverse, collecting heat from outside and depositing it inside. No matter the season, a Mitsubishi Electric system continuously monitors the cooling or heating load and automatically adjusts itself accordingly. In this way, Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems manage not to create the uncomfortable temperature variations that characterize so many other heating and cooling appliances. Indeed, with Mitsubishi Electric, the temperature you set is the temperature you get—always.
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