Waggoner House

An image of the multi-storey Waggoner home.
Our lives were not turned upside down, and the installation was complete in less than five days — from Monday to Friday. No drywall mess and very little interruption to our daily routine...I would recommend this system to any homeowner.

Philip and Skaidra Waggoner purchased a Washington, D.C., home only to discover that the previous owners had added a two-storey extension to the house without updating the 1970s HVAC system. The Waggoners needed affordable comfort, and they needed it quickly; they had a baby on the way! Ductless from Mitsubishi Electric offered them an easy installation, personalized comfort with zones throughout the house and plenty of cost savings. In fact, their monthly utility bill went down $100 to $200 a month with the new system! Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from the homeowners and see photos of the home and equipment.


Waggoner House


Project Location: Washington, D.C.
Completion Date: November 2010

Project Team

  • Owners: Philip and Skaidra Waggoner
  • HVAC Contractor: CroppMetcalfe Heating & AC, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia
  • HVAC Distributor: Aireco Supply Inc., Savage, Maryland

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (1) MXZ-4B36NA Outdoor Unit
  • (1) MXZ-8B48NA Outdoor Unit
  • (3) MSZ-FE09NA Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (2) MSZ-GE15NA Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) MFZ-KA12NA Floor-mounted Indoor Unit
  • (1) MFZ-KA09NA Floor-mounted Indoor Unit
  • (1) SEZ-KD12NA Ceiling-concealed (ducted) Indoor Unit
  • (1) PAC-AKA51BC Five Port Branch Box
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
June, 2015
Location
Washington
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
aesthetics
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
retrofit/historic restoration
sound
zoning

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