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Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps.

The best heat pumps on the market, today.

-13° F Switchover

Up to $8,000 Local & Federal Incentives

20 SEER+

Highlights

Tried & True Technology.

Hyper-heat (H2i®) keeps up with Colorado’s climate. UniColorado has been installing hyper-heat units for over 10-years.

Ducted. Ductless.

Available in ducted & ductless. 99% of homes are compatible.

Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling
Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling
Savings.
$2,000 Federal Tax Credit
$1,500 Colorado Tax Credit

UniCo handles the rebates on your behalf. Minimal paperwork.

Rain or Shine.
-13° to 125° F.
Effortless.

Heating range down to -13° F ambient.
Cooling range up to 125° F ambient*.
Emergency backup available.

Models

Hyper-heating INVERTER® multi-zone heat pump.

Perfect choice for multi-zone ducted, ductless or mixed.

  • Ducted
  • Ductless
MXZ- SM36NAMHZ SM42NAMHZ SM48NAMHZ SM60NAM 3C24NAHZ4 3C30NAHZ4
Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling
Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling

Hyper-heating INVERTER® single-zone heat pump.

Perfect choice for fully electric forced-air.

  • Ducted
  • Heavy-duty build
PUZ-HA 24NHA 30NKA 36NKA 42NKA

Hyper-heating INVERTER® single-zone heat pump.

Perfect choice for lower cost electrification.

  • Ducted
  • Compact
SUZ- KA18NAHZ KA24NAHZ KA30NAHZ KA36NAHZ

UniColorado Heating & Cooling

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True Experts.

All of our Mitsubishi installations come with a 12-year manufacturer warranty as a certified Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor.

Rebates. Incentives.

We offer Denver Climate Action rebates as well as Xcel Energy rebates.
We do the paperwork on your behalf.

Denver HVAC Contractor UniColorado
Heat pump pioneers.

We’ve been installing heat pumps in Colorado for over 10 years. Our practical knowledge has no match in Colorado.
UniColorado is the best choice for heat pump installation.

Pricing

Starting at $16,200

before rebates, incentives & discounts.

Equipment, Material & Installation. HyperHeat Combo.
Average gross installation cost in 2023: $18,883.
Average net investment: $12,542.

mitsubishi svz ducted indoor unit filter change

Starting at $7,200

before rebates, incentives & discounts.

Equipment, Material & Installation. HyperHeat Combo.
Average gross installation cost in 2023: $8,102.
Average net investment: $3,237.

mitsubishi cold climate heat pump installed on the wall

Starting at $12,800

before rebates, incentives & discounts.

Equipment, Material & Installation. HyperHeat Combo.
Average gross installation cost in 2023: $14,212.
Average net investment: $8,132.

mitsubishi floor unit installed

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Mitsubishi Heat Pump

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mitsubishi hyper heat

Mitsubishi HyperHeat, a heat pump technology by Mitsubishi Electric, has been a notable player in the heating and cooling market since its introduction. Mitsubishi HyperHeat’s are known for top-end heating performance and excellent build quality. As of 2024, Hyper-Heat is considered the best heat pump on the market by many HVAC industry veterans.

What makes the HyperHeat so special? HyperHeat’s ability to consistently function effectively in extreme cold sets it apart from traditional heat pumps. The technology and reliablity of the hyperheats is one of a kind and not truly present in other products on the market.

mitsubishi fs series single zone ductless installation
Innovative Compressor Design

HyperHeat features a unique compressor that operates effectively in a wide temperature range, maintaining heating capacity in low outdoor temperatures for consistent heating performance. Mitsubishi compressors are known for their reliability and longevity over decades of production. Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC is the entity behind Mitsubishi products in the United States.

Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling
Optimized for Cold

HyperHeat excels in extreme cold, efficiently extracing & transferring heat from frigid air, even at tempratures way below 0 degrees.

hyperheat mounted in deep snow mountains
Enhanced Energy Efficiency

With industry-leading high energy efficiency ratings, HyperHeat reduces operational costs and environmental impact for homeowners. HyperHeat units can be as efficient as 26 SEER2 for cooling and as high as 11 HSPF2 for heating.

Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling
Smart Home Tech Integration

Mitsubishi HyperHeat integrates with smart home systems for remote control and monitoring.

Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pumps - UniColorado Heating & Cooling

heat pumps in cold climates

When it comes to heating in extreme climate like Colorado, Mitsubishi cold climate heat pumps are the leading product line in the electric heating and heat pump category.

Many customers are concerned about whether these units can handle Colorado’s weather; after all, most homes in Colorado use natural gas for heating. Colorado’s climate is famous for wild temprature swings, snow storms and dry air.

We’re happy to report after thousands of mitsubishi heat pump installations that the answer to the question “does a Mitsubishi heat pump work well in Colorado?” is a resounding YES.

We have been installing these heat pumps with overwhelmingly positive results for more than a decade. Even in the most rare weather events, the Mitsubishi ducted air handlers, ductless units and mixed systems perform at heat output levels similar to a gas furnace. So, in our humble opinion, HyperHeat can be a true replacement for traditional fuel sources like natural gas for the long term.

mitsubishi cold climate heat pump in the snow hyper heat multi zone

Mitsubishi Cold Climate Heat Pump FAQ

Does Mitsubishi Make a Ducted Cold Climate Heat Pump?

Yes, Mitsubishi offers ducted cold climate heat pumps in several series, including the Mitsubishi SM, PUZ, and SUZ series.

Can You Have a Ducted and Ductless Mini-Split System?

Yes, a mixed system combines both ducted and ductless units. For example, you can replace a gas furnace with a ducted unit and add a ductless unit in areas with uneven temperatures.

Do Mitsubishi heat pumps work in cold weather?

Yes, Mitsubishi heat pumps are highly effective in cold weather. In Colorado, where temperatures are typically above the heat pump’s cut-off range 99.6% of the time, these units operate at similar levels to gas furnaces. Additionally, they are excellent for cooling during increasingly hot summers with high efficiency.

Are Cold Climate Heat Pumps Worth It?

Yes, Cold climate heat pumps offer an environmentally friendly, reliable & efficient heating solution for homes with and without ductwork. Cold climate heat pump units are generally best paired with a solar offset to maximize savings.

At What Temperature Does a Mitsubishi Heat Pump Become Inefficient?

Mitsubishi heat pumps become less efficient at -13 degrees Fahrenheit. This is usually the temperature at which users switch to a backup heating system, like an electric resistance heater or alternative heating methods such as fireplaces or space heaters. The incidence rate of being below -13 degrees is incredibly rare (less than 0.4%).

Which Mini-Split is Best for Cold Climates?

Mitsubishi is known in the HVAC industry for producing the most durable, reliable, and efficient mini-splits suitable for cold climates.

Who is Mitsubishi Trane HVAC US?

Mitsubishi Trane HVAC US is a joint venture between Mitsubishi Electric and Trane Technologies, specializing in energy-efficient HVAC systems including ductless and ducted mini-splits, and heat pumps. The collaboration leverages Mitsubishi’s climate control technology with Trane’s market presence in North America.

How Much Does Mitsubishi Heat Pump Installation Cost?

Installation costs vary. Ducted systems range from $16,200 to $25,600, while ductless systems can cost between $5,500 and over $30,000.

Does Mitsubishi Work in Denver?

Yes, Mitsubishi heat pumps are effectively used in Denver. UniColorado Heating & Cooling has installed hundreds of Mitsubishi HyperHeat units that have been working well in our weather for more than a decade.

Are Mitsubishi Heat Pumps Reliable?

Yes, Mitsubishi heat pumps are incredibly reliable, provided they are maintained properly, including regular filter cleaning and maintenance checks.

Are Mitsubishi cold climate heat pumps eligble for Denver heat pump rebates?

Yes, Mitsubishi cold climate heat pumps are eligible for Denver heat pump rebates depending on the system type.

What is a Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor?

A Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor is a certified HVAC professional trained in installing, maintaining, and repairing Mitsubishi Electric heating and cooling systems. UniColorado is a recognized Diamond Contractor, and the units we install come with a 12-year manufacturer warranty.

 
 
 
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