Creating a cool space with Fujitsu General America

New Jersey - Producers of the popular home remodeling show, Operation Build, which airs on the History Channel, had a problem. The project they were working on – an overcrowded garage remodel for a home in South Florida – had no cooling or heating. After researching their options, they chose the world’s most efficient heat pump for the job. Fujitsu donated and installed a 15,000 BTU/h wall-mounted Fujitsu Halcyon™ RLS3 Series mini-split system at the newly remodeled garage, completing the project by providing a comfortable indoor space.

The RLS3 Series wall-mounted, inverter-based ductless split systems are available in three models: 9,000, 12,000 and 15,000 BTUs. With a SEER of up to 33.0 and an HSPF of up to 14.2, the entire line is rated by ENERGY STAR® as Most Efficient. In fact, the systems are today the most efficient mini-splits in the world. “We needed something that would really complete a garage makeover,” said Lysa Liemer, executive producer of Operation Build. “What better than to top the room off with a cooling/heating system, especially here in South Florida when working in a garage can be brutal, considering both heat and humidity.”

The Fujitsu system, and details of the HVAC retrofit for the televised project, will appear in Operation Build episodes to be aired Saturday, April 11 at 7:30 a.m. ET on the History Channel and again Saturday, April 18, at 7:30 a.m. ET.

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