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September 12, 2013, 10:29 am

Spring into Fall with Ductless on Every Job Rebate Program and Campaign

Earlier this week, we promised to post details on an upcoming fall sales incentive. Today, we’re pleased to announce the impending launch of our Ductless on Every Job fall marketing campaign.


Just because the warmer weather and long summer days are coming to an end doesn’t mean the summer HVAC sales have to. We want to give contractors and their businesses a boost as we transition into the fall season by encouraging the sales of ductless technology. As part of the Ductless on Every Job campaign, we’re educating contractors on how ductless systems can be a solution on almost every sales call, and we’re offering a rebate program as an added incentive to join in on this movement.


Program Details:

As part of the program, which will run from September 16 to October 16, 2013, we will reward contractors with a $50 Visa gift card for every M-Series outdoor unit sold and installed on a residential job during the program’s duration. To help participants promote and sell ductless, we’ll have flyers, counter mats and other materials available for purchasing from their local Mitsubishi Electric distributor.

Additional program guidelines include:

  • This national program will be funded solely by Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating and will not use any distributor co-op funds.
  • The program will be available to all contractors.
  • Contractors will be required to register and record sales using a web-based program at
  • Qualified equipment: all M-Series outdoor units (MUZ-, MUY-, MU-, SUZ-,
  • MXZ-).

  • Qualified applications: single family residential applications only.
  • Contractor will receive a $50 gift card for the first sale. Gift cards will be reloaded as additional sales are reported.
  • Deadline for contractors to submit claims will be October 23, 2013.

With the Ductless on Every Job campaign, our goal is to educate contractors on all the unique scenarios where they could consider ductless as an answer to a sales call’s need. To support this program, we’re launching biweekly Ductless on Every Job blog posts, scheduled to run through the end of the year. In each one, we’ll focus on a specific installation or situation where contractors can offer ductless as a home comfort solution. Check back frequently to learn more on how you can get the most out of this exciting opportunity.


For more information on the Ductless on Every Job campaign, visit your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor.

March 24, 2015, 9:22 am

Earn Rewards for Installing Ductless!

As spring rolls around again, so does our popular Ductless Rewards promotion. For this year’s Step into Spring Rebate Program, we’re offering contractors credit on a reloadable Visa gift card for every eligible M-Series outdoor unit purchased from a distributor and installed between February 16, 2015 and April 13, 2015.

To help incentivize contractors to “step into spring,” we are offering a tiered rate plan:







Tier 1 1 through 4 units $50
Tier 2 5 through 9 units $60
Tier 3 10 or more units $70


This is a great opportunity for contractors and their businesses. And to top it all off – signing up couldn’t be easier! Simply register at, record your sales and reap the rewards.

The date to submit claims is April 20, 2015 so sign up today!

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September 16, 2014, 1:28 pm

LIMITED TIME OFFER: Sell Ductless, Earn Rewards!

Our inaugural Ductless on Every Job rebate program and campaign was such a success last year that we’ve brought it back for this fall season. We’re offering contractors a $50 Visa gift card for eligible residential M-Series outdoor units sold and installed between September 15, 2014 and November 14, 2014. Check out the entire list of eligible models by clicking on the “About” menu on the Ductless Rewards website. Not only is it a win-win opportunity for you and your business, but it’s as easy as it sounds, too. Just sign up online at, record your sales and start reaping the rewards.

Download the Ductless Rewards flyer here. The program ends on October 23, so don’t wait until it’s too late – register today!

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January 7, 2014, 4:50 pm

Ductless on Every Job: Small Spaces

As part of the Ductless on Every Job campaign we launched in September, we’re running biweekly blog posts that focus on situations where contractors can consider ductless as an answer to any homeowner’s HVAC need. This week, we’re focusing on why ductless zoning systems are an ideal solution for small spaces.

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Small, efficient homes, like the homes
in the 2013 Solar Decathlon, are on the rise.

After decades of steady ascent, the average American home size has declined since 2007 and studies expect that downward trend to continue. According to a National Association of Home Builders survey, nearly 75 percent of builders feel that by 2015, the average U.S. home will fall from its current size of 2,438 square feet to 2,152 square feet.

As American homes become more compact, mechanical systems, including HVAC, will need to adapt to fit these smaller homes and maximize living space. With an increasing emphasis on efficient use of space, ductless zoning systems are the best solution for smaller, compact homes because the systems do not require ductwork or mechanical closet space, thus maximizing valuable square footage and ceiling height. The variety of indoor unit, or air handler, styles available – including wall-mounted, ceiling-recessed and floor-mounted – can be mixed and matched to accommodate any tricky space requirements.

The outdoor condensing unit has a similarly small footprint. About the size of a suitcase, the unit can be placed in a small alley, rooftop or porch, which is especially appealing for a row house or urban dwelling with little outdoor space.

To learn even more about why ductless can fill the comfort needs of your small space, visit For more information on selling ductless, go to

December 17, 2013, 10:04 am

Ductless on Every Job: Cold Climates

Cold Climate

As part of the Ductless on Every Job campaign we launched in September, we’re running biweekly blog posts that focus on situations where contractors can consider ductless as an answer to any homeowner’s HVAC need. This week, we’re focusing on why ductless is the perfect comfort solution for cold climates.

Snow storms have already hit the U.S. from coast to coast, so there’s no doubt that winter is officially upon us. Sources advise us, however, that the coldest days have yet to come. According to the predictions on, much of the U.S. will see above-normal snowfall and cooler than normal temperatures this season. This threat of an extreme winter can raise concerns with homeowners as to how they’ll keep warm and comfortable when the bitter outdoor temperatures arrive.

When you’re on a sales call, here’s how you can put these homeowners’ worrying minds to rest by offering ductless as the solution to keeping their families warm and cozy inside when it’s single-digit temperatures outside:

  • INVERTER-driven compressor: Our ductless systems employ INVERTER-driven scroll compressors to ensure that the desired room temperature is reached quickly and maintained consistently. The compressor speed is controlled to deliver only the amount of heating and cooling to meet the specific needs of the room, and the outdoor unit re-collects and reuses heat energy that is otherwise wasted, which means homeowners will have round the clock comfort without seeing a spike in energy bills.

  • Hyper-Heating (H2i®) technology: The M-Series H2i models produce tremendous cold climate heating capabilities, essentially eliminating the need for supplemental heat. This performance is made possible by a highly efficient twin rotary INVERTER-driven compressor with a rare earth magnet, which reduces the compressor’s energy consumption while producing more heat. This means that even if it’s as cold as -13 degrees Fahrenheit outside, the Hyper-Heating INVERTER systems can still deliver heat, and lots of it.

  • Hot-Start™ technology: Unlike traditional HVAC systems, there is no cold air delivery with our ductless systems. With the Hot-Start technology incorporated, the system’s fan isn’t activated until the desired temperature is reached, so instead of having a rush of cold air when they turn their system on, homeowners are provided hot air from the start.

To learn even more about how ductless can help your customers win the battle with Old Man Winter this season, visit For more information on selling ductless, go to

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December 5, 2013, 10:56 am

Ductless on Every Job: Holiday Guests

December 3_Ductless on Every Job - Holiday Guests ImageIn the past two months, we’ve shared many situations where ductless is the perfect comfort solution, as part of our Ductless on Every Job campaign. We’re back with another unique way ductless can solve a common challenge for homeowners, especially during this time of the year: maintaining a comfortable indoor environment for guests without having to spend an excess of money on utilities.

The holidays are the few times in the year where the whole family – grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews – is together in the same place at the same time. It’s when family members are able to catch up on each other’s lives, share stories and create new memories. But to the HVAC world, what does the holiday time mean?

  • More people in the house for longer periods of time than usual means more body heat.
  • More of the everyday activities like cooking and showering naturally raising the indoor temperature.
  • Uneven temperatures created within the home as cold, outdoor air enters through the front door as company comes and goes.
  • Fires in the fireplaces will warm the room they’re located in and make for a cozy atmosphere, but they’ll also create cold drafts within the home as the conditioned air gets sucked into and escapes up the chimney.

Ductless technology prevents homeowners from having to add “Thermostat Watchdog” to their hosting responsibilities. Ductless systems use an intelligent INVERTER-driven compressor that ramps up to meet the homeowner’s desired temperature and then delivers only the amount of heating or cooling necessary to maintain that set temperature, providing constant comfort to homeowners and their guests, regardless of the number of people or what’s going on in the house.

Farewell to the family arguments over what the thermostat should be set to, too. The zoning feature of ductless technology provides the ability to have precise temperature control for each individual room. Depending on where they come from and the climate they’re used to, each guest can control their room’s temperature to meet their comfort needs, without having to play Rock-Papers-Scissors for control over the thermostat. Best of all, the energy-efficient design of a ductless system means homeowners can avoid the sticker shock of higher utility bills when the holiday is over and the company has left.

And for those who will be spending the holiday out of town, our meZO Controller app, compatible with iPhones and iPads, gives homeowners the ability to control their home’s comfort system from anywhere in the world. This means homeowners can shut off their ductless system using the Internet and turn it back on to come back to a warm and comfortable home.

Visit to learn more on how ductless can provide constant comfort for homeowners and their guests this holiday season. For more information on selling ductless, go to

November 12, 2013, 4:14 pm

Ductless on Every Job: Hot and Cold Spots

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Our Ductless on Every Job campaign is in full swing, so we’re back to educate contractors on yet another solution where they could consider ductless as an answer to a sales call’s need. This week, we’re focusing on how ductless can solve the hot and cold spots dilemma.

Even with the doors and windows closed, the homeowners still feel drafts inside. They’re comfortable in one room, too hot in another and cold everywhere else in the house. Sound familiar? If your customer is describing these common annoyances, rest assured that although the cause of hot and cold spots may be difficult to identify, there is one easy and effective solution – installing a ductless system.

Uneven temperatures in a house mean one thing: the home’s HVAC system is not working properly. If left unaddressed, energy will undoubtedly be wasted and homeowners will end up spending way more than they should on their utility bills. So, to help your customers win the battle for comfort, here are the common sources of hot and cold spots and how to explain to homeowners that ductless technology can rid the home of them:

  • The HVAC system isn’t properly sized. Systems that are too small cannot provide sufficient amount of air to heat and cool the entire home, and bigger is not always better when it comes to an HVAC system. Short-cycling, shortened lifespan and higher energy and operational costs are all results of inappropriately sized systems. With Mitsubishi Electric’s ductless systems, however, homeowners don’t have to worry about running into these issues. We offer a wide range of capacities to match the specific room size and requirements of the home. With our advanced zoning technology, multiple indoor units can be installed and individually controlled, allowing homeowners to condition only the occupied spaces and not waste energy conditioning the vacant areas. Whereas traditional HVAC systems only operate at either zero percent or 100 percent, our ductless systems use INVERTER-driven compressors that ramp up quickly to provide the energy necessary to achieve the heating or cooling demand then varies its speed to maintain the desired comfort level. The i-see™ Sensor found on some indoor units scans the room’s ambient temperature readings, detects any disparities and then adjusts the airflow to provide uniform comfort throughout the room. With these advanced technologies, the HVAC system performs only at the minimum energy levels necessary. Because of this, energy is not wasted when partial-load conditions are present, which is occurs about 97 percent of the time.
  • Leaking or poorly insulated ducts. Research from the U.S. Department of Energy discovered that about 30 to 40 percent of the air traveling through ducts leaks, which negatively impacts both the system’s efficiency and the air quality it provides. Not to mention, holes in the ducts introduce dust, bugs, allergens and other particles so what should be clean, filtered air ends up dirty and unhealthy.
  • Obstructed air vents. Floor or wall air vents blocked by decorations and furniture could also cause temperature swings in a home. Our expansive offering of indoor unit styles and combinations provide the ultimate design flexibility. The system’s components are compact, lightweight and can be installed in small areas, providing more space for interior design by minimizing the unit’s visual and auditory impact. Wall-mounted, ceiling-recessed, horizontal-ducted and floor-mounted indoor unit installation options allow the homeowner to design their space how they want to and not how they have to.

It is no doubt that hot and cold spots are uncomfortable to live with and that is the opposite of what homeowners should feel when they’re in their home. Our ductless system is the one-stop-shop solution to eliminate uneven temperatures and provide the utmost, constant comfort.

To learn more about the benefits of ductless systems, visit or go to

October 31, 2013, 4:16 pm

Ductless on Every Job: Sunrooms and Additions

Last month, we announced the launch of our Ductless on Every Job campaign, which encourages contractors to consider ductless as a solution on every call. On the blog, we’re running biweekly posts that focus on specific installations or situations where contractors can offer ductless as a home comfort solution. This week, we’re focusing on sunrooms and home additions.

October 31_Ductless on Every Job_Sunrooms and Additions_Image 2According to remodeling magazine’s 2013 Cost vs. Value Report, the national average cost of a sunroom addition is $72,179. A family room addition can set you back an average of $79,006. And how about a full master suite addition? The average cost is $101,873 for a midrange project and as high as $220,086 for an upscale master suite.

Even after the homeowner spends their money on a new addition, one area that might have been overlooked is the HVAC system. New rooms are often added on to the existing home without addressing the HVAC system, which means that the system must heat and cool more space than for what it was designed. When the load is too large for the HVAC system, there can be hot and cold spots throughout the home. Ductless systems are a great solution for homeowners facing this issue. They can cool and heat the addition while reducing the load on the existing HVAC system in the rest of the home. An added plus: ductless systems allow the new space to be heated and cooled to meet the residents’ needs.

October 31_Ductless on Every Job_Sunrooms and Additions_Image 1Additions like sunrooms that are detached from the home and have an abundance of natural light need to be cooled and heated differently from the rest of the house. Add-on bonus rooms and offices are often used less frequently than other areas of the home and likely won’t need to be conditioned as intensely. What’s more, a ductless system makes the remodeling process much easier because you won’t need to configure the existing HVAC system (and its ductwork) to fit the new space.

From the outside to the inside, only a 3-inch opening is required for two refrigerant lines and control/power wiring. It’s ideal from homes with plaster walls or brick facades that were constructed before air conditioning was common.

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October 18, 2013, 10:40 am

Ductless on Every Job: Allergies

We’re back again to educate contractors on another situation where they could consider ductless as an answer to a sales call’s need. As part of the Ductless on Every Job campaign we launched last month, we’re focusing on why ductless is the perfect HVAC solution for families with allergies and homes with poor air quality.

October 18_Ductless on Every Job - Allergies ImageDuring the fall, homeowners keep their windows open to continue enjoying the crisp, fresh air of the outdoors. But as the cold weather draws near, windows will close and heating units will turn on. This means that everything from showering and cooking dinner to pet dander and unavoidable dust mites will have an even bigger impact on the air quality inside a home. The Environmental Protection Agency lists poor indoor air quality in the top five environmental threats to public health, which doesn’t help the estimated 40 million individuals in the U.S. who are affected by allergies. Since homeowners and their families stay inside more when the temperatures start to drop, the impact of poor air quality on their health becomes more apparent. For these types of customers – those looking for an alternative to keeping the windows open for healthy and clean air – the search is over.

Ductless systems use a sophisticated multi-part filtration system to reduce airborne contaminants such as allergens, viruses and bacteria from the air. This combination of filters traps common indoor pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold and other particles that plague allergy sufferers, providing a healthier breathing environment for the homeowners and their families.

Our ductless technology even makes it easy for homeowners to clean and maintain their HVAC system. The indoor units have hybrid catechin pre-filters that are easily accessible in the unit, allowing the maintenance process to take only a matter of minutes. Each unit has its own filter that last up to 10 years to prevent cross contamination of air from room to room, which helps your customers save money and is beneficial for the environment as well.

According to the EPA, 87 percent of American homeowners are not aware that pollution may be worse inside their homes than outdoors so let’s educate them. It’s important for your customers to know how to maintain healthy air inside their homes in order to keep allergies and health issues at bay. And that’s ductless.

For more information on the Ductless on Every Job campaign, visit your local Mitsubishi Electric distributor.

October 17, 2013, 1:18 pm

Our Rebate Program’s Such a Hit, We’re Extending It!

Last month, we announced our inaugural Ductless on Every Job Rebate Program, in which contractors can receive a $50 Visa gift card for every M-Series residential system they sell and install. The program was originally scheduled to run until October 16, 2013, but has been so popular that we’ve extended our offer until October 31. This means, contractors, you now have two more weeks to take advantage of this win-win opportunity!

Visit for more information on the rebate program and click here to view the brochure. Check the blog frequently for more posts on how you can sell ductless on every job and get the most out of this beneficial program.

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