2008 Design Home

An image of the 10,000 foot Grand Rapids home.
While heating may be called for in the master bedroom, cooling may be needed for the sports court. Meeting this diversity is no problem for the Mitsubishi Electric R2-Series.

The owner of a 10,000-square-foot home in Byron Center, Michigan, needed some rooms in his home to stay warm (e.g., master bedroom, guest room) and others to stay cool (e.g., exercise room, tanning bed). This need for zoning and simultaneous cooling and heating brought him to Variable Refrigerant Flow zoning technology from Mitsubishi Electric. And that ultimately brought him a 75 percent savings in operating costs. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear the full story and see photos of the home and equipment.


2008 Design Home


Project Location: Byron Center, Michigan
Completion Date: June 2008

Project Team

  • General Contractor: Scott Christopher Inc., Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • HVAC Contractor: H&H Plumbing & Heating, Greenville, Michigan (Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer)
  • Architect: Visbeen Associates, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Media Sponsor: Grand Rapids Magazine

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed:

  • (1) PURY R410A R2-Series Outdoor Unit
  • (11) PDFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Units
  • (1) PKFY Wall-mounted Indoor Unit
  • (1) PLFY Ceiling-recessed Indoor Unit
  • (1) PEFY Ceiling-concealed Indoor Unit
  • (2) PMFY Ceiling-recessed Indoor Units
  • (1) CMB BC Controller
  • (1) GB-50A Central Controller
  • (4) PAR Wireless Remote Controllers
  • (11) PAC Simple MA Controllers
  • (2) LGH Lossnay ERVs 
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
June, 2008
Location
Michigan
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
energy recovery systems/lossnay
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
new construction
simultaneous cooing & heating
zoning

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