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Split Systems

Single split systems are among the most popular air conditioners in Sydney, and this is not surprising: they are economical, modern, elegant and, most importantly, they will cool the area in which they are placed.

Also, if you like this type of air conditioning, you could buy a multi-split system to cool all the areas you want in your home or business. Below we will give you information related to single split systems and how they compare to other types of air conditioners.

What is a single split system?

It is a type of air conditioner comprising two units: an internal unit and an external one. The internal unit, naturally, is in charge of circulating the air that is cooled by the compressor or external unit, to which it is connected by pipes and which is normally installed on the external facade of a house or business.

The internal unit is mostly controlled through remote control (although the unit itself usually has at least one on/off button), thanks to which it is possible to set not only the desired temperature but also functions such as automatic switch-off or on and control the speed. fan, among other things.

Is a single split system enough to cool two rooms?

Ideally, a single split should be used to cool just one room. With a multi-split system, on the other hand, up to eight areas can be cooled by allocating internal units in each of these spaces and connecting them to a single outdoor unit.

Do split systems have high electricity consumption?

This will vary depending on the size of the system and the amount of time the appliance is used.

Moreover, using a 2.5 kW system for four hours has a daily cost of 47.6 cents, while a 3.5KW system would produce a daily electricity cost of approximately 80 cents if used during the same period. Finally, a 5.0kw system has a daily cost of $ 1.24 if used for the same number of hours at 24 degrees.

Is a split system cheaper than a ducted system?

Yes. Ducted systems are usually more expensive than split systems because the former can cool (or, depending on the model, heat) an entire premise. However, front cost shouldn’t be the only factor to consider when deciding which system is ideal for your home or business. Note that a single split system will only cool the area where it’s installed but since they are cheap you’ll have the chance to progressively buy the other units that will cool the other areas of your house if that is something you want. Moreover, single split system installation and operational costs are lower than those of a ducted system.

Which is more recommended: split or ducted?

In the end, it is a matter of personal taste —and budget size. Ducted systems are considerably more expensive than split systems, but they are also more discreet, since the only visible part in these systems are the grilles, since its ducts and central unit are usually on the ceiling. Ducted systems also increase the value of the property, but the pipelines must be serviced every 3 to 5 years to avoid gas leaks.

On the other hand, split systems have the advantage that indoor units can be bought progressively.

What are the best air conditioning brands?

Carrier, Bryant, American Standard, Trane, and Lennox rank excellent on the top brands regarding buyer satisfaction. Ducane and Armstrong’s rating is very good, as is Ruud’s and Rheem’s. The rest of the brands are rated average in terms of buyer satisfaction.

What is the best split system in Australia?

One of the most famous split systems Australia-wide is the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Bronte SRK71ZRA-W, with an average star rating of 4.7 out of 5 on productreview.com.au. However, many high-quality split system models can be cost-effective. You can call us at 0282831105 to give you some options in this regard.

Is it necessary to service split systems?

Yes, it is necessary to do it at least once a year, first of all for health reasons, since if split systems are not cleaned periodically, they can get clogged with decomposing animals, bacteria, mould and fungi, which can cause diseases such as nausea, dizziness, allergies, asthma and other respiratory diseases.

In addition, an aircon professional will carry out actions that will increase the useful life of your split system, such as checking the thermostat and other parts of the appliance, as well as verifying refrigerant gas levels.

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How much electricity does a 2.5 kilowatt (kW) split system consume?

The running cost of a 2.5 kW air conditioner is $0.22 for 60 minutes. In contrast, the cost of a 9 kW air conditioner that runs for 8 hours at full power would be $6.30.

What is the price of a 5kw split system?

The price of a wall-hung split type air conditioning system is about $600 if you have it installed with a 2.5kw – 3.5kw inverter system. And $650 if you install it with a 5kw – 6kw inverter system instead.

Could I install a split system by myself?

Only a qualified and licensed professional should install a split system, otherwise, you could be invalidating the warranty and causing electrical accidents that will not be covered by your home insurance policy.

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Can you use heating with split systems?

Yes. High-efficiency reverse-cycle split-system air conditioners are the most effective appliances in keeping you warm on cold winter nights and the summer’s sweltering.

Where can I buy, service or repair a single split system in Sydney?

HunterCON Air is a great choice if you want to deal only with the most professional company when purchasing, installing, servicing or repairing single split systems in and around Sydney. This is so, among other reasons, because HunterCON Air offers you:

✔ Fully Licensed Electric & Air Con Specialists with Over 8 Years Experience
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