Split System Air Conditioning Advantages

Anyone can really appreciate a cool environment on a hot summer day. The thing is nowadays such convenience cannot be easily achieved especially if one is living in an area where there are limited or no trees around. In such areas, a favourable option to do is to install a cooling device such as a split system air conditioning unit installed in a property. Nowadays, there are several kinds of air conditioning systems and the one mentioned above is just one of them.

A split system air conditioning unit is at times referred to as ductless split, mini-split, ductless or duct-free air conditioning system. It attaches an indoor evaporator unit to a condenser installed outside a house or building using a tiny tube. It permits cooling of an area in your house or many areas depending on your preference. There are even those that come with a heating option as well.

Above is mentioned an advantage of having a split system air conditioning unit in your house. However, there are more to expect from it which include to following:

• Easy installation

Generally, it is easier to install compared to a conventional air conditioner. When attaching the evaporator to the condenser, it is necessary to have a three inch hole in a wall intended for the conduit. It is unnecessary for the condenser to sit near the evaporator which is situated inside since the conduit connector can be used in varying lengths. As a result, cooling any indoor space can be conveniently implemented.

• Versatility

The indoor blowers for the said air conditioning system could be set up in three areas whether in a wall, ceiling or floor. Meanwhile, there are also purchasable independent standing floor units. They are tiny and generally are covered in an ornamental jacket for indoor consumption. Moreover, they are also typically go together with a remote control in order for the temperature to be easily regulated. The remote control is in each room where the unit is set up.

• Operating silently

Noise is unfortunately an inconvenience in other air conditioners unlike a split system type. The reason for this is that the compressor is located outside. As a result, it is hardly heard when the unit is operating.

• Energy Proficiency

Though central air conditioning systems have turned into more energy proficient all these years, these systems lose more than 1/3 of their energy consumption due to the duct work needed in order for the system to work appropriately which is especially real if the duct work has to voyage through an area not conditioned such as a basement or attic. On the other hand, split system air conditioners do not necessitate ducting since it only requires a three-inch conduit cable to connect a tinier outdoor compression unit.

• Cost-effectiveness

It is preferable for those who want to save money on an air conditioning unit. Though it is more expensive than window units, it is still less costly than setting up an air conditioner with a central system.