Ductless Air Conditioner

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We are pleased to install high quality Mitsubishi Electric ductless air conditioner and heat pumps. Mitsubishi Electric has been manufacturing ductless systems for 32 years and is the world leader in ductless technology.
Mr Slim Ductless Air Conditioning
Ductless systems are perfect for sunrooms, additions, enclosed garages, lanais, shops or any area that never seems to stay cool (like the master bedroom). These systems are equipped with allergen filtration, and a 2012 BuildingGreen Award for energy efficiency, resource efficiency, and health and comfort.

We are factory trained and authorized Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractors ready to install a ductless air conditioner right away. In addition we are especially qualified given that we are also licensed electricians. This means we can do the entire job in one visit and without the expense of additional sub-contractors, saving you money! As a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractor, Kalos Services, Inc. can currently offer a 7 year parts warranty, making it one of the most reliable, efficient long-term cost effective solutions for your home or business.

Some of our greatest success has come from installing these systems into lanais. We’ve created a short video on what this process looks like and have also created an eBook on “Why is a Ductless Air Conditioner Perfect for a Lanai?”.

We give free, no pressure estimates so you can see all of your options. Please fill out the form below for more information or call our office so we can talk with you in more detail about the benefits of a ductless air conditioner.

We Provide –

  • The complete indoor and outdoor system
  • Remote control
  • Copper tubing
  • Electrical circuit with breaker and disconnect
  • Small concrete pad for the outdoor unit
  • Condensate pump (as needed)
  • Aesthetically pleasing “Line Hide” cover outdoors
  • And as always professional, clean, polite service

Please fill out this form and we will contact you with more information.


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