Kuntz Residence

Mitsubishi Electric gives you the equipment size you need and the technology to vary the output up and down to match your load conditions. And it’s done in a way that’s compact, attractive and efficient.

What would it be like to never pay a power bill again? Mark Kuntz, chief operating officer, Mitsubishi Electric Tane HVAC US, is well on his way to finding out. With a passion for high-performance building, Kuntz decided to put his knowledge to the test after buying an 11-acre property in Monroe, Georgia. Looking to build a home that would consume zero energy, incur no debt and utilize long-lasting materials, Kuntz set his sights on designing a DOE Zero Energy Ready Home utilizing Mitsubishi Electric's Zoned Comfort Solutions®, solar panels and high-performance insulation. The result has been outstanding with a confirmed HERS score of -13. Download the PDF to read more. You'll hear from Mark, the builder, the METUS Performance Construction team and energy consultant.


Kuntz Residence

Project Location: Monroe, Georgia
Completion Date: December 2018

Project Team

  • Builder/Installer: Imery Group, Athens, Georgia
  • HVAC Engineer: Energy Vanguard, Decatur, Georgia
  • Consultant: METUS Performance Construction Team
  • Energy Rater: Home Performance Solutions, Athens, Georgia

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (3) MSZ-FH Wall-Mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) MXZ-3C24NAHZ2 Multi-zone Outdoor Unit
  • (1) PEAD-A18AA7 Horizontal-Ducted Indoor Unit
  • (3) PAC-USWHS002-WF-1 Wireless Interfaces
  • (1) PUZ-PW30NHA Hot Water Heat Pump and Space Conditioning Outdoor Unit Prototype
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
December, 2018
Location
Georgia
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
aesthetics
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
new construction
passive house
sound
zoning

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