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Why Mitsubishi Mini Splits Stand Apart from the Competition 

When you’re shopping around for a new air conditioner, you want to make the best decision possible. After all, your air conditioner should last for 10-15 years, making it a long-term investment.

If you’re looking for a ductless air conditioner in particular, our team recommends Mitsubishi mini splits. They stand apart from the competition for a variety of reasons. You can keep reading to learn more about what makes Mitsubishi mini splits so special and how you can benefit from one.


Mitsubishi mini split air conditioners are made of high-quality materials and are very well put together. This translates into higher reliability compared to your other options. Sure, you can probably get a different type of AC system for less, but it won’t compare to the reliability of a Mitsubishi mini split.

When we talk about quality, there are many factors to consider. The quality of a Mitsubishi mini split makes it more energy efficient. It also means that the unit will face fewer problems over its lifespan compared to a cheaper brand. Plus, your well-made Mitsubishi ductless AC will stand the test of time and have a longer lifespan. 

All of these factors translate into savings. Sure, you’re spending more upfront for that initial installation, but you’re also getting far more out of your unit. And if you were able to compare the upfront cost to your savings over the life of the unit, you would see that the savings quickly outweigh the upfront cost of your Mitsubishi ductless mini split. 

Energy Efficiency

Let’s take a closer look at energy efficiency. You may not think that the unit being slightly more efficient is that big of a deal. What if you were able to save $10 more per month compared to the competition? This might not seem like much until you consider that added together. This is upwards of $1,800 over a 15-year lifespan. Seemingly small savings can add up quickly.

Quiet Operation

Plus, a Mitsubishi mini split system offers the added bonus of being slightly quieter than the competition. You may not think a few decibels difference is that big of a deal, but it really can be. Experts compare the sound of a Mitsubishi mini split to being quieter than the sound of a person breathing. Most of the time we refer to air conditioner sounds as white noise, but you may not even hear your Mitsubishi operating at all. 

Mini Split Benefits

The above comparisons look at a Mitsubishi ductless mini split alongside other brand-name mini split systems. When you compare a Mitsubishi ductless mini split to central air conditioners, the differences are even more astounding. Compared to a central air conditioner, a Mitsubishi ductless mini split can actually save you up to half on your monthly energy bills. Plus, you enjoy the power to control cooling in different zones of your home so that each room can maintain a different temperature if you desire.

Contact Meyers Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule an appointment with our professionals.

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