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3 Ways Mitsubishi Electric® Will Warm Your Home This Winter September 30, 2019

Cottam Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.
September 30, 2019 8:00AM - November 15, 2019 5:00PM
3 Ways Mitsubishi Electric® Will Warm Your Home This Winter, New York, New York

Winter will be here before you know it. If you’re a homeowner, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep your home warm without racking up exorbitant monthly energy costs.  For energy-efficient heating all season long, here are three ways a Mitsubishi Electric® comfort system from Cottam Heating & Air Conditioning will keep your home cozy this winter.

Key Features of Mitsubishi Electric Heating Systems

1. Instant Hot Start

Winter tends to create cold air drafts that you can often feel escaping from your heating unit. Fortunately, the instant hot start feature in Mitsubishi Comfort Systems prevents these drafts when you first turn your system on. The indoor unit’s fan will only blow out air once the coil has warmed to your desired temperature, making cold drafts a thing of the past. This energy-saving feature also results in more monthly cost-savings.

2. H2I® Technology

Mitsubishi ElectricTypically, frigid winter days mean your heating system will work overtime to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. However, with advanced H2I technology, you can enjoy more energy-efficient heating. Utilizing exclusive inverter technology within its heat pump system, your system will maintain temperatures even in extreme cold conditions as low as -13 degrees.

3. 3D i-See Sensor®

Many traditional heating systems will create cold and hot spots throughout the home. As a result, some rooms may feel comfortable, whereas others will feel drafty and cold. The Mitsubishi Electric 3D I-See Sensor will eliminate these bothersome cold and hot spots by evenly heating your entire space. The sensor will scan the room and adjust the temperature and airflow automatically, so you’re equally comfortable in all areas of the home.

Here’s what one satisfied homeowner had to say:

"Jose came in to my house for the first time and serviced my boiler, he did a good job taking apart parts of the boiler to clean them. Jose is very professional when it comes to his job, he explained to me everything that he was doing to the boiler, Jose came back to installed a Safety Part that was not connected from previous company, and he made sure everything was working in good condition before he left my house..."
— Roberto D., Google

If you’re looking for an energy-efficient heating solution this winter, then look no further than Mitsubishi Electric Comfort Systems from Cottam Heating & Air Conditioning. Located in the Bronx, NY, this reputable commercial heating contractor proudly serves residents and business owners throughout the area. From now until November 15, you can take advantage of their latest deal and save up to $500 on the installation of a new Mitsubishi Electric system by an approved Diamond Contractor. To request an estimate, give them a call today at (718) 885-3328 or visit them online for more information.

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