Choosing between ducted and split air conditioner

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Choosing between ducted and split air conditioner

Air conditioning is usually a requirement in homes and offices across the state. Once summer starts many begin shopping for air conditioning units; however before making a decision, it is always wise to research and ask professionals what is the right choice for your living area and the benefits between the different options. Here at H&H Air Conditioning we provide important tips and advice to our customers to help them make the right decision. Today we will like to share with you some of the information we like to give to our customers when they are not sure if they want ducted or split air conditioner Brisbane systems.

Ducted Air Conditioning

This system is the perfect way to air condition a house or office with multiple areas. Air moves around ducts running in the ceiling or underneath the floor and air conditions all areas of your house or office.

Ducted air con consists of one single compressor unit outside the building and the internal fan units are hidden in the ceiling or underneath the floor.

Even though ducted air conditioning might seem more expensive than split air conditioning, in the long run it is more energy efficient and works fantastically if you want to install air conditioning to more than 2 areas.

Split Air Conditioning

Split air conditioning systems are perfect for single areas that need air conditioning. They consist of two separate parts; the compressor unit and the fan coil unit.

The fan coil unit is usually mounted against a wall or floor and is used to cool down or heat up one single area.

If you would like more information on the differences between ducted and split air conditioner Brisbane visit our website and read some of our previous posts on ducted air conditioning and split air con systems or contact us on (07) 3276 1800 or Sunshine Coast on (07) 5477 1777. We are always happy to help our customer choose the right air conditioner for their homes or offices.