AC For Guest House – Dallas guest house dumps conventional for split system
The Problem:The Solution:The conventional unit serving the guest could not keep up with severe Texas temperatures.Install a new Mitsubishi 2 ton wall mounted unit to heat and cool the guest. The Problem:The conventional AC unit serving the guest house could not keep...
Ultra Quiet Air Conditioning – Ft. Worth Guest House Upgrades to Ultra Quiet Heating and Cooling
The Problem:The Solution:This detached guest house was constructed on the property with a large window-unit as the only source of heating and cooling. The window unit was noisy and not capable of keeping the space comfortable.Design and Install a 1-1/2 Ton Mitsubishi...
Ductless Heating and Cooling Solution for Media Room in Dallas
This beautiful mid-century home - located in the Lakewood area of Dallas - was built with a large three-car garage with a dedicated media room over it. Because the media room is over an unconditioned garage, it presents a heating and cooling challenge.The Problem:The...
Dallas Woodworker cools custom shop
Benchmark Installed a 2 ton wall mount indoor unit on an exterior wall of the shop and the near silent outdoor unit on a heavy duty concrete pad. The Indoor unit was equipped with the MHK1 wireless control, which allowed the craftsman to place the thermostat in any location he desired, even inside his home.
Mini Split For Wood Shop – Dallas Carpenter makes woodshop comfortable in Texas Heat
The indoor unit was hung high and out of the way to provide the best function and aesthetics. A car port on the exterior wall prevented the Benchmark team from passing refrigerant lines outside in a line set cover. Instead, the lines were run down the interior wall, inside a line set cover, passed through the wall close to the ground and directly into the back of the outdoor unit. The outdoor unit was placed on a heavy duty concrete pad underneath the car port.
Duncanville Craftsman adds year-round comfort to Workshop
Benchmark Installed a 1 ton wall mount indoor unit on an exterior wall of the shop and a compact 1 ton outdoor unit on a wall bracket on the exterior of the woodshop. An MHK1 wireless control was installed on the system, allowing the shop owner to remotely monitor and control the air conditioning system from inside his home.