Energy-Saving Mode Saves

  • December 15, 2014
  • By MR COOL

Every MrCool ductless mini-split heat pump needs energy to work. I realize I’m probably not breaking down any knowledge walls with that statement, but just bear with me. Now, unless you have your own home nuclear reactor, you’re going to be buying the energy from your local utility company.

That costs dollars.

We all love modern heating and cooling, but who loves paying their utility bill? Anyone? No one? Okay, so how do you get air comfort for the lowest possible price? Don’t worry, I’m going to tell you, because I’m a ‘cool’ guy.

Energy efficiency!

The most efficient HVAC systems on the market let you get the air comfort you want at a lower price point than previous generation systems. MrCool ductless mini-split heat pumps are built for efficiency, so you can rest assured they can help you save. Energy-saving mode lets you stretch that energy dollar even farther.

What is energy-saving mode?

It’s an optional running mode built into most MrCool ductless mini-split heat pump systems. When you’re trying to save money, this option will let you do just that without having to manually dial down system operation every time you leave the operating zone.

Does that sound complicated? Yeah, that sounds complicated. Don’t worry. Just hit energy-saving mode, and the MrCool will do the rest.

10 thoughts on “Energy-Saving Mode Saves”

  1. Hello, we are near Montreal Québec, Canada. It can be from 90farenheit to minus 20. At which, outside temperature, does the DIY model is no longer pumping heat. Thank you

  2. Does the mini split unit compressor and fan turn off in the energy saver mode when the set temperature is reached or does the fan run all the time

    1. It would be about the same. Cool mode will maintain a selected temperature while cooling, and dry mode will regulate the temperature by switching between cooling or a low-speed fan-only operation.

  3. At freezing or below say 6 degrees will I have no heat? Also what are dimensions of compressor for outside I am in semidetached home with limited space between buildings. I have basement, 1st and 2nd floor with small attic. Currently summer winter oil with radiators about 125000 btu what system would you have to match that? What would be an average heating bill in the winter months at coldest times, based on customers experience. I live in SouthEast Pennsylvania.

    1. We have many different HVAC units, so the answers to your questions would depend on the particular unit. For example, our Universal will heat effectively at 6 degrees with virtually no performance loss. The same cannot be said for all heat pumps, of course.

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