If you are after a heating & cooling unit for a single room, the split system is the ideal product. Using advanced technology, the split system has become much more efficient to run.
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The benefits of split-system air conditioners
Wall mounted, split system air conditioners are a simple way to control the airflow of individual rooms. Unlike fully ducted systems, split systems do not rely on one central unit or control system for power or air temperature instructions. Rather, each unit acts independently of the others and has it’s own filters and air supply. This allows for greater control of the temperature of individual rooms.
Split system air conditioners are generally low cost to purchase, install and maintain. They don’t rely on ducts or outdoor compressor units, making installation as easy as having a professional mount the unit and set it to your desired settings.
With a wide variety of filters on the market for split system air conditioners, consumers are presented with the ability to cater each individual unit in each room towards the needs of inhabitants of that room. For example, if you have a child with a dust allergy, you can install a heavy filter in their room without having to affect the airflow of all the other rooms.
Are split system air conditioners right for you?
If you’d like a bit more help regarding whether or not split system air conditioners are right for your specific needs, give us a call here at Mist Heating And Cooling. We’ve got over 35 years of experience in designing effective air conditioning solutions for our clients and we look forward to providing you with that same great service. Give us a call to set up a free on-site consultation and get your free quote.
Choosing the right air conditioner can be a daunting task when you’re searching for the most energy efficient unit to cool an area of your home. The first thing you need to get right is to buy the correct size unit.
When shopping for a new air conditioning unit there is more to consider than just the cost of the unit itself. The kilowatt capacity for the size of room that it’s tasked with cooling is much more of a priority. You could be saving yourself the heartache of a high electricity bill by carefully choosing the best air conditioner for the space it’s intended for.
A guide to air con sizes.
Here we match the right air conditioner for the size of room in your home:
|Room Size||Room Examples||Air Con Kilowatt Capacity|
|10-25 square metres||A small kitchen, bedroom, study, small lounge, small office||2.5kW|
|25-35 square metres||Bedroom, small lounge, small room with a high ceiling, office, mid-sized kitchen||3.5kW|
|35-60 square metres||A large bedroom, bedroom with an ensuite, mid-sized lounge||5-6kW|
|60-80 square metres||Large lounge, large open plan area, small shop, office||7-8kW|
How much will the air conditioner cost?
When you’re sizing up rooms for the right air conditioner you want to make sure that you’re going to get value for money in the purchase price and running costs. Here we breakdown the average costs for you in a simple way:
|Kilowatt Capacity||Average Price|
|2.5kW||$800 to $1,200|
|3.5kW||$950 to $1,600|
|5-6kW||$1,200 to $2,000|
|7-8kW||$1,800 to $2,200|
Typical Outdoor Condenser
Typical Indoor Unit
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Typical Indoor Cassette Unit