The mild weather of fall is one of the many reasons this time of year is so well-liked among residents throughout the Northeast area. Yet, winter is just around the corner, so now is the perfect time to upgrade your heating system before the temperature drops. If your HVAC system is in need of an upgrade this year, there’s no better solution than having a new ductless unit from Mitsubishi Electric® installed. Offering up to $500 in fall savings for each ductless system installed, Central Cooling and Heating is the area’s premier team of Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractors for the job.
Up to $500 Off Mitsubishi Electric Ductless Systems
Central Cooling and Heating has been helping residents throughout Essex, Suffolk, and Middlesex Counties stay comfortable and safe through warm summers and harsh, frigid winters alike for 50 years. The unique capabilities of Mitsubishi Electric ductless heating and air conditioning help support their objectives by providing year-round comfort while eliminating the need for space-consuming ductwork and regular fuel deliveries.
Thanks to Mitsubishi Electric’s space-saving, modern design, ductless systems are simple to install, operate quietly, and provide a maximum level of control over temperature regulation. The ability to set different temperatures for multiple zones within your home ensures optimal comfort for all of your family members as well as savings on utility bills! Use only the amount of heat you need, when you need it.
Don’t Miss Out on These Fall Savings!
Central Cooling and Heating is offering an instant rebate for homeowners who have new Mitsubishi Electric ductless systems installed between September 11 and November 3, 2017. You can save up to $500, and qualifying homeowners can receive multiple rebates for each system installed. But because these savings are only going on for a limited time, you need to act quickly to score this deal. Call (781) 496-4654 to schedule your installation, or visit the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractors online to request a quote now.