Everyone likes to be comfortable. This is especially true during the peak of summer in Canberra. Although not scorching, it is still warm enough where opening windows and turning on fans just will not suffice. So perhaps it’s time for a new air conditioner.
“But which type should I buy,” you say. Or “how much will it cost me to keep my family cool?” Well, fortunately, I am here to help. Below is a list of the most popular types of air conditioning units. Whichever one you choose will depend on your needs, budget, and space.
Mounted Air Conditioners:
The easiest Canberra air conditioning installation, this box-shaped refrigerated unit suck in warm air through the side vents, as the inner condenser coils blow it back outside. Then the evaporator coils keep the inside of your home nice and cool. Although this unit is only meant to keep a single room cool and not your entire home. This mounted unit can be easily installed on whatever wall or window of a room that you choose. Even though window installation is the most common method, one disadvantage is that you won’t be able to use that window until you’re a/c unit has been safely removed.
Duct Air Conditioners:
With air that flows through every room in your home, the duct air cons are installed by professional a/c mechanics. It comes in two units, one inside and another large one sitting outside. Duct pipes are connected to both units, and air flows from room to room. Through floor ventilation. This type of cooler is essential if you have a big family and indoor pets. One big downside here is the cost. These duct coolers are among the most expensive units to install.
Cassette Air Conditioners:
These units sit flush on your ceiling and distribute air through four side vents. A larger unit is installed outside and works with indoor air con to deliver powerful room cooling performance. Just find a suitable flat surface of your ceiling to install and your good. However, the cost to keep your home cool with a cassette air con is quite expensive.
Split System Air Conditioners:
This unit is split into two parts: indoor and outdoor. The outdoor unit contains a compressor and condenser to banish any unwanted heat from your home. As the indoor unit is the evaporative cooler and has a condenser. Running at a quiet hum, and very energy efficient these air con units are great to cool a large room or area of your home. The bad is the cost for these units, and the indoor unit filters must be removed and cleaned at least once a month.