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DIY on Demand

You can’t sling a alley cat these days without hitting some new do-it-yourself endeavor. But why would you? Slinging cat is weird and gross. You should only sling things like bolas and boomerangs. I’m a gifted bola slinger myself.

Moving on.

Do-it-yourself! Yes, everybody is into the ‘DIY’. It makes sense. Doing your own work on your home or car can save you a lot of money. Everybody loves money, even me. That’s why I’ve made so much of it with my many varied business ventures. I don’t do a lot with my money. I mostly reinvest, buy things I like, or put it in a big pile for the dog to roll around in. Way better than leaves.

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Sorry, I got sidetracked.

What does DIY have to do with MrCool?

People are into DIY so much we here at MrCool International Enterprises decided it would be a good idea to design a MrCool heating and air system specifically for eager DIY enthusiasts. I wanted to call it the MrCool Install Your Own Ductless Mini-Split System, but the marketing department told me that was too wordy. They decided the MrCool DIY would be better.

If you’re wondering, the MrCool DIY ductless mini-split heat pump is pretty darned cool. Since it is designed for amateur installation, it comes with features you won’t find on many other systems.

The most important components of the MrCool DIY are the precharged ‘Quick Connect’ linesets. Every air conditioning system on the planet uses coolant, and most use chemical coolant. You really need to know what you’re doing when it comes to installing a regular air conditioner.

The MrCool DIY linesets are different. These linesets install easily, and come precharged with refrigerant. You don’t have to know anything about chemical coolants or air conditioner installation to properly connect the coolant linesets on the MrCool DIY.

The electrical work and the base mounting on the MrCool DIY are also designed for easy installation. Basically, wait I’m saying is that an idiot with a hammer, a screwdriver, and two brain cells to rub together could get a MrCool DIY up and running. You should be fine.

I’m MrCool

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Hello there and welcome to the MrCool blog. It should go without saying, but I’m the man himself, Magnus Cool. You can call me Magnus, Mister Cool, Monsieur Cool, or Bruce. Bruce is my middle name.

Now, you might be asking yourself, “Who is MrCool? Why is he writing a blog? Is he really smart? Good looking? Where are my car keys? What happened to my bagel?!” Some of those questions I can answer, some I can’t. I did not eat your bagel, that was Carl in accounting.

First, I’m the big brain behind my company, MrCool. We develop and sell MrCool brand ductless mini-split heat pumps.

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These compact machines are designed to deliver air comfort anywhere you need it. They’re lightweight, easy to install, built for energy efficiency, and won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

Mainly because current international laws no longer allow us to accept human limbs as currency.

A lot of you are probably wondering what, exactly, a ductless mini-split heat pump actually is. That’s an easy one.

Simply, a heat pump is a heating and cooling machine. It works exactly like the conventional air conditioner you’re probably quite familiar with. Unlike an air conditioner, a heat pump can reverse its operating cycle to pump heat into the home instead of just cooling it. The name kind of says it all.

The ductless mini-split part of ductless mini-split heat pump refers to the fact that these units do not need air ducts to operate. A traditional central heating and air system pushes conditioned air through ventilation ducts to different areas of the home.

This is great, if you have air ducts, not so great when you don’t. A ductless mini-split does not need them, so homes without can still get cooled or heated air.

The mini part of the name just means these systems are small. They’re still powerful, just a lot easier to place and install. They can go, well, just about anywhere you want.

And now you know. Which is half the battle, or so I’m told.