Woodland Grove Pocket Neighborhood

Energy Efficient Home in Woodland Grove Pocket Neighborhood
As far as the homeowners are concerned, it’s been nothing but positive: comfort, ease of use and for these all-electric houses, low utility bills. Everybody is happy.

Woodland Grove is a pocket neighborhood developed by Paragon Group, a Nashville-based home builder that specializes in energy-efficient, high-quality homes. The homes are 1,100 and 1,800 in square footage and include an open main floor, a live-in kitchen and two to three bedrooms upstairs: perfect for a hybrid application of ductless and ducted Zoned Comfort Solutions® from Mitsubishi Electric. The result has been happy homeowners and energy-efficient comfort obtained at a first cost that is competitive with conventional unitary systems and minimal, given the value and performance of Zoned Comfort Solutions. You’ll hear from Paragon Group, the HVAC contractor, and a homeowner and see photos of the equipment and one of the homes. Download the PDF below to read more.

Woodland Grove Pocket Neighborhood

Project Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Completion Date: November 2018

Project Team

  • Mechanical Contractor: South Nashville Heating and Cooling, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Builder: Paragon Group, Nashville, Tennessee

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (1) MXZ-3C24NAHZ2-U1 M-Series H2i® Outdoor Heat Pump
  • (2) MSZ-FH06NA Wall-Mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) SEZ-KD12NA4R1.TH Horizontal-Ducted Indoor Unit
  • (1) MHK-1 Controller
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Application
Home Residence
Completion Date
November, 2018
Location
Tennessee
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
hyper-heat
new construction
zoning

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