Mitsubishi Donates Cooling and Heating System to Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo

Originally published: 06.11.13 by HVACR Business Staff

 

SUWANEE, GA – Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division (Mitsubishi Electric), a manufacturer of ductless cooling and heating technology, donated a cooling and heating system to Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo, NY, for its renovated family room. Named after former Buffalo Bills football player and core donor Phil Hansen and his wife, Dianna, the new Hansen Family Room opened to Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo families on June 4, 2013. The ribbon-cutting dedication ceremony was attended by Ronald McDonald House residents, staff and donors.

Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo is a community-supported organization that provides lodging and emotional support for families of children receiving medical treatment. Since opening in 1983, Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo has served more than 18,000 families and their children. To help mitigate the costs of revitalizing and renovating the basement lounge area and support the comfort of the Ronald McDonald House families, Mitsubishi Electric donated a Hyper-Heat (H2i®) M-Series system. Northeast Mechanical, Depew, NY, donated its services and installed the system in May 2012. In addition to providing the residents with superior air quality and operation, the system’s energy-efficient technology helps Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo save on its utility bills.

“We’re proud to help Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo provide a comfortable lounge that will give its 50 residents and their loved ones a space to receive comfort and encouragement during difficult times,” says John Matson, director of the Northeast BU, Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division.  

To learn more about Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division, visit www.mehvac.com