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Making the best of your home system Special To The Star-news | Fri, Jun 18 2010 04:54 PM

(NAPSA) - As many as 64 percent of homeowners agree that they have at least one hot or cold spot in their home, making parts of their home uncomfortable during certain times of the year. The good news is that getting rid of the hot or cold spots in your home could save you money and earn you a tax rebate.

The latest HVAC solutions provide eco-comfort systems for homes and businesses with savings on air-conditioning units that exceed 40 percent.

Not only do these systems offer savings on your energy bill, but they could earn you a tax credit. Residential tax credits for energy-efficient models are stipulated in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Some systems qualify for up to $1,500 in tax credits.

For example, Mitsubishi Electric offers a variety of solutions for hot and cold spots with its line of residential HVAC solutions. New models feature some of the highest SEER and HSPF ratings the company has ever offered.

With the M-Series and S-Series systems, homeowners have energy-efficient solutions for heat pump and cooling-only applications that accommodate single or multizone installations.

All the systems use environmentally friendly R410A refrigerant, and many systems feature an inverter-driven compressor to use energy more efficiently.

The M-Series Star Lineup features indoor and outdoor units designed for maximum efficiency and limited or no duct work. Their compact design blends into any room in the home.

From bonus rooms to converted garages, the 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.

The S-Series is comprised of a single-phase outdoor unit that uses zoning technology and a sophisticated control network to cool or heat all zones.

The series can be controlled through a networked PC to better manage individual comfort. A variety of indoor units are available for installation flexibility.

For more information, visit www.mehvac.com.

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