Energy Efficient Air Conditioning

Mitsubishi Split Ductless AC systems are up to 40% more efficient than traditional HVAC systems.

How Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Systems Work

As a Hawaii's first Mitsubishi Diamond Elite Contractor, AEI installs Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating systems that reduce energy consumption through:

  • Smart Inverter technology: Inverter-driven compressors automatically adjust to the changing conditions of each room in order to deliver ideal comfort and minimize energy usage.
  • Zoning: Zoning capabilities allow you to heat or cool the rooms you use the most, even turn off or setback the temperature in rooms that are not in use.
  • Ductless technology: Ducts alone can lead up to a 30% loss in energy consumption, ductless technology means quicker cooling or heating times and bigger energy savings.

Energy Efficient Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Systems (HVAC) Save You Money!

  • More energy efficient than traditional HVAC systems.
  • Use the exact amount of energy needed to maintain comfort only in the rooms needed.
  • Ductless technology requires no retrofitting, making for a simple and straightforward installation.
  • Up to 40% more energy efficient than central AC systems.
  • Up to 35% more energy efficient than window units.
  • The majority of our systems are ENERGY STAR® certified, qualifying them for rebates from the Hawaii Energy Program; up to $350 off per outdoor unit.

Financing Options

Through partnerships with Central Pacific Bank and Hawaii State Federal Credit Union, AEI is proud to offer competitive financing options for split A/C, Solar Water Heating, and PV customers.

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