Terra Caelo

An image of Terra Caelo, a modern home in the St. George, Utah.
I can launch the [MeZO] app on my phone and monitor the temperatures remotely, and if guests have just left I can adjust the temperature or shut off a unit from anywhere in the world.

 

 

 

With energy bills as low as $9 a month, homeowner Patrick Fox is very pleased with his home. This image is even more impressive when you learn that Fox’s home is located in southwestern Utah, where temperatures can spike to 114 degrees in July and dip below freezing on January nights. What keeps Fox comfortable and his bills affordable? A Variable Refrigerant Flow zoning system from Mitsubishi Electric. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from the owner, builder and contractor, and see photos of the home and equipment.


Terra Caelo

Project Location: St. George, Utah
Completion Date: February 2012
Certifications: NGBS-Silver, ENERGY STAR¨

Project Team

  • Owner: Patrick Fox
  • Architect: Gulch Design Group, Ivins, Utah
  • Builder: J2 Construction, St. George, Utah
  • Developer: Kayenta, Ivins, Utah
  • HVAC Contractor: Ace Mechanical, St. George, Utah
  • HVAC Distributor: Contractors Heating and Cooling Supply, Orem, Utah

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (2) PUMY P48 S-Series Outdoor Units
  • (5) PVFY Vertical-concealed Indoor Units
  • (2) PEFY Horizontal Ducted Medium Static Indoor Units
  • (2) PLFY 4-way Ceiling-recessed
  • (1) PMFY 1-way Ceiling-recessed
  • (10) PAR-30MAAU MA Remote Controllers
  • (1) GB-24 Central Controller
  • (1) LGH-F300RX Lossnay Energy Recovery Ventilator

Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
June, 2013
Location
Utah
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
aesthetics
energy recovery systems/lossnay
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
new construction
simultaneous cooing & heating
zoning

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