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Or, how about freezing during the cold winter months, afraid to come out from under your blankets?
If so, then our easy guide can help you to choose the right air conditioning system for your home.
Which is better for you, a split system or a ducted air conditioning?
What is a multi-split system? After reading our easy to understand guide, you’ll have the answers you need to make an informed decision about your next air conditioner.
Here at Alliance Climate Control, all we know is air conditioning. Do you need to cool down a couple of rooms? Or how about a climate control system for your entire home? No matter what you need, we guarantee we’ll make the process a breeze.
Here are the main types of Air Conditioning Systems that you should consider for your home.
In simplest terms, a split air conditioning system is an air conditioning system that is designed to work in individual areas of your home, instead of working in your entire home at the same time. It’s a very flexible air conditioning system that lets you cool or heats a single room, as the need arises.
Need to keep your baby comfortable? Then heat or cool your nursery.
Entertaining guests in your family room? Maybe you can’t sleep at night when it’s hot and humid? Not a problem, a split system air conditioner can keep your bedroom cool and comfortable.
With a split system air conditioner, the compressor is installed outside your home and the unit that passes air into your home is either wall-mounted or a compact floor unit.
When should you consider having a split system air conditioner installed?
With a split system, there are two main benefits.
It’s pretty rare that you’ll find any two people that will agree on the ideal temperature in a room. A multi split system gives you the ability to individually change the temperature of each room in a home, helping you to keep everyone happy. A multi split system can actually run multiple air conditioners, while still only needing a single outdoor compressor.
You can choose what type of indoor unit you want for each room, giving you the ultimate freedom when planning out your home’s air conditioning system.
Options you can choose include wall mounted units, duct connected, floor standing or ceiling suspended units.
Ducted systems are an ideal solution for heating and cooling an entire home, and for when you want a discreet look for your air conditioner.
When you want to be able to keep your entire home as hot or cool as you want it, then a ducted air conditioning system is your best option. All that it takes with a ducted air conditioner is a single, discreetly placed outdoor unit, and a single indoor unit that you can conceal in your ceiling or under your floor. Hot or cold air is then transported throughout your home via a series of ducts.
We hope our guide can help you understand what the main differences between those popular air conditioners, For more information about which air conditioning system is best for your home, please contact Alliance Climate Control or call us on (02) 8061 5028 today.