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Split System Air Conditioning

Are you considering getting a split-system air conditioner for your home or office? Or wondering what size split system air conditioning system you need? You’ve come to the right place! Buying a split-system air conditioner can be confusing. There are so many different types and brands of AC units, it’s hard to know which one is right for your home or office. 

Not only that, but the installation process can also be complicated if you don’t have experience with installing electrical equipment. You might need to hire an electrician or HVAC specialist to install your new air conditioning unit properly. 

The information on this page will help you choose the perfect air conditioning system for your home. From size, efficiency, and price, PEC can help you find what will work best for you. Count on our team of experts to help you find the ideal solution to keep your family comfortable all year. You deserve to be comfortable in your own space, no matter how big or small it may be! 

What Is Split System Air Conditioning?

Split air conditioning systems are great for heating and cooling individual rooms in your home or office, even if they’re on the smaller side. The units can be installed either vertically or horizontally, depending on the room’s size and shape.

A Split System features either a discreet wall-mounted or a compact floor-standing unit for air distribution into the house. Split system air conditioning is a ductless air conditioning system that provides individual heating and cooling for each room. The compressor is installed outside your home. You’re able to choose which rooms in your house you want the AC installed by using individual units that are designed for one space, such as bedrooms or entertaining areas of the home, with no need for duct work!

Split AC is perfect for small spaces: sometimes homeowners want their bedrooms heated while maintaining a cool living room temperature during the summer months. Or maybe an employer wants one area of his store cooled down but not another before business hours start at 10 AM? These things can be accomplished easily and conveniently with a Split Air Conditioning System.

Benefits of Split System Air Conditioning Systems

We have listed five main ones that you’ll find to be the most useful:-

We have listed five main ones that you’ll find to be the most useful:-

  • Affordable:-An energy-efficient split air system is a great way to save money on operating costs. It uses less power than conventional units and can help your home stay cool during the hot summer months at an affordable price.
  • Quiet cooling:-A split air system is a ductless and silent way to cool your home. With some models at 19 decibels, they offer you peace of mind since they run nearly silently; this compares well to typical wall units, which can be loud, or older traditional air conditioners that make noise while cooling homes.
  • Quality of air: Split systems come with filters to control dust and humidity inside the rooms they service, maintaining air quality, especially for people with breathing problems such as allergies or asthma.
  • Independent Temperature Control:-Each indoor unit can be programmed and controlled to meet the desired temperature setting at any time, providing enhanced comfort for everyone in the house.

Want to Know if Split System Air Conditioning Is Right for You?

Speak to one of our friendly team at PEC electrical.

Why Choose PEC Electrical for Split System Air Conditioning?

We know you are planning to buy an air conditioner for your home or office. You may also be thinking about answers to some questions that are coming to your mind, like what kind of air conditioner is best, its size or type, or which brand of split air conditioner is best for my home.?

PEC electrical will help to make your decision easier. We can meet for a consultation and assess things together. We will help you choose the right type of heating and cooling solution for your needs. We will listen carefully to ensure that we understand your requirements before recommending air conditioner models from our range of high-quality Split System Air Conditioning Units. We install and supply units to make sure that everything is in place before summer hits.

Let our experienced team walk you through all of your options to get exactly what you need at an affordable price. Get in touch with us today to start designing your new unit!

Air conditioners with split-system designs offer a convenient way for you to stay comfortable at home. They’re easy to install and maintain, so they won’t break down on you when you need them most! Plus, they come at affordable prices-perfect for any budget. So don’t wait for another second; get yours today!

Get your split AC installed today by our team from PEC Electrical. Our experienced and licensed technicians will install your system quickly and efficiently. Plus, they come fully stocked with all the tools necessary to get the job done right! 

Contact PEC Electrical today at 0417 838 275 or email us at info@pecelectrical.com.au.

PEC Electrical offers high-quality Split system air conditioners at competitive prices, along with outstanding customer service and support for all our products and services. Contact Us at 0417 838 275 or request a service online.

FAQs About Split System Air Conditioning

Our company is always looking for ways to provide our customers with the best possible service. We proudly recommend Kelvinator, Panasonic, Mitsubishi Electric, Hitachi, LG split air conditioners or Rinnai from Japan. These brands are known worldwide as leaders in dependability and quality. The air conditioner installers from our company are skilled at installing these top-brand split system air conditioners.

A split-system air conditioner is composed of the evaporator (indoor unit) and the condenser (outdoor unit). Copper tubes facilitate refrigerant exchange between these units, making them work more efficiently together than apart.

The condenser unit is what cools your home when the summer heat gets too unbearable. It contains an outside compressor that starts up in response to demand for cooling and pulls all of the hot air out by moving cold refrigerant through a coil, which then blows it back onto you so that you can enjoy some relief from this oppressive Australian climate.

The evaporator unit is the indoor unit. The coil of your air conditioner is usually located inside a metal cabinet containing the furnace or heat pump. The refrigerant expands when it comes in contact with the coil and then becomes so cold that you feel cool just by standing next to it!

The answer is no. Several steps are involved in installing a split-system air conditioner, including wiring, electricity, and safety switches. It can be tempting to try your installation. Still, it’s better and safer, in most cases, for professionals to do this type of work because they have all the right credentials with an understanding of electric wiring and refrigerant piping. The best way to avoid losing your warranty and possibly damaging your new air conditioner is to leave this work to a professional.

Two important things need to be considered for split system air conditioner installation: outdoor and indoor units. Costs can vary based on the size of the AC unit, particularly outdoor units, and the height and location at which it needs to be installed, such as a second-story room, pitched roof, foam rendered wall or on a roof.

The standard installation of a Split AC of 2.5 Kw starts at $900 Ex GST; the cost of the AC unit is extra. Get a free estimate on the cost of installation for your home by calling us.

The running cost of your split system air conditioner depends on many factors. What matters most is the size of your unit in kW and whether or not it’s an inverter model. What temperature setting you’re on, and if you have a variable tariff plan for energy usage are also critical. When deciding which machine will best meet your needs, make sure that you consider all these factors, regardless of the variables.

  • It costs approximately 47.75 cents per day to maintain a 2.5 kW system running for four hours per day.
  • An electricity cost of $134.16 per year or $1.59 per day would apply to a 3.5 kW system running for eight hours a day and for four hours a day is approximately $67.18 per year or 79 cents per day.
  • It costs about $104.43 per year or $1.24 per day to run a 5.0k W system for four hours every day, and five hours is $130.33 per year or $1.55 per day.
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