La Grange Park Home

An image of a wall-mounted ductless system at La Grange Park.
Mom is staying with us now and she likes it warmer. It’s summertime so we like it colder. The ability to individually control the rooms is not only very energy efficient but very convenient.

When John Birmingham and Audrey Bromberger decided to sell their home after occupying it for 25 years, they knew potential sellers would want an updated house. That meant creating a sleek, modern space while adding in air conditioning. Ductless from Mitsubishi Electric allowed the couple to cool and heat the entire house across independently controlled zones – all without needing drop ceilings or ductwork that would detract from the home’s bright, open feel. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from the owner and contractor, and see a photo of the home and equipment.


La Grange Park Home


Project Location: La Grange Park, Illinois
Completion Date: August 2013

Project Team

  • Homeowners: John Birmingham and Audrey Bromberger
  • HVAC Contractor: Sutor Heating & Cooling, Inc., Oak Park, Illinois

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed:

  • (2) MXZ-4B36NA Outdoor Units
  • (2) MSZ-GE06NA Indoor Units
  • (2) MSZ-GE09NA Indoor Units 
  • (2) MSZ-GE12NA Indoor Units 
  • (1) MSZ-GE24NA Indoor Unit
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
September, 2013
Location
Illinois
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
retrofit/historic restoration
sound
zoning

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