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New ways of helping environment Special To The Star-news | Sat, Apr 16 2011 12:00 PM

 If you're trying to save money, the first step is usually to cut waste - and cooling systems are no exception. Most homes don't need the same amount of cooling in every room, so using a system with zones can be a simple way to cut costs.

The most efficient and cost-effective systems feature zoning technology and a flexible controls network to comfortably cool all of a home's zones.

For example, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, the leader in split-ductless systems, offers more energy-efficient cooling systems than ever before to help homeowners live better. Their systems include an outdoor unit that connects to an indoor unit installed in each zone. Eco-comfort technology means these systems minimize their impact on the environment. The systems use advanced sensors to automatically detect room temperature differences and adjust for greater comfort.

All the systems use environmentally friendly R-410A refrigerant, and many systems feature an inverter-driven compressor to use energy more efficiently.

Perfect for any room in the home with a hot spot, Mitsubishi Electric's M-Series can moderate the temperature while filtering out harmful allergens, and many of the systems are Energy Star rated to help homeowners earn residential tax credits.

Today's split-ductless systems make homes more comfortable, use energy more effectively and can save homeowners money on energy bills. For more information, visit www.mitsubishicomfort.com/zoning.

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