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Split System or Ducted Air Conditioner?

Split system or ducted air conditioner? Ducted systems are more expensive upfront but can help you save money in the long term. Split systems are less expensive upfront and provide more flexibility in installation. That’s the short answer.

If you want a longer explanation, read on. We’ll discuss the costs, return on investment (ROI), energy consumption, pros and cons, warranty, preference and other related things. We’ll also discuss what are the important things to take note once you’ve decided which one to install in your home. Let’s start.

Why ducted systems are expensive?

Ducted systems could be 2x to 5x more expensive than split ACs. After all, ducted systems cool more than 2 rooms at once. It’s similar to having multiple split air conditioners installed in your home’s different rooms.

However, the cost is not all about the unit itself. That’s because ducted systems often require home reconfigurations and ductwork installations. Laborious retrofitting might often be required depending on your home design and layout.

Because of those requirements, you’ll need a few more thousands of dollars to have the ducted system ready and running. In addition, the whole installation could take at least 3 days (depends on your home configuration). The cost of materials and labour could add up during that installation period.

For instance, contractors will need to install additional ducts and a dedicated switchboard. They will take care of the connections and the electricals. Two contractors might be needed to finish the job. If the labour cost is $100 per hour and it takes over 10 hours for the whole work (2 men working), the total installation cost could reach up to $2,000 to $3,000.

That estimate could be a lot higher than actual costs. It largely depends on the reconfiguration needed and the duration of the job. You could save a lot of money (up to half the total) if your home was initially designed for ducted systems.

If you want to save more money, you can search for affordable package deals. The unit and installation costs (including materials and labour) are already included. You’ll get discounts because you’re buying the equipment and requesting the installation from the same company. It’s a win-win solution because you save money and you’re availing the company’s unit and service.

Now that you’ve learned why ducted systems are expensive. You’ve also learned how to save money in case you decided to choose ducted over split ACs. Next is we discuss about the split systems and why many families choose this. Just like with ducted systems, we’ll also discuss the costs.

Why many homeowners choose split ACs?

Split ACs are less expensive upfront. The unit is a lot more affordable and the installation is quick and easy. You’ll save on material and labour costs. In almost all cases, there will be no retrofitting or special reconfiguration required. In just a few hours (less than one day), the split air conditioner will be ready.

Both families and business owners make split air conditioners as their first choice. Split ACs are popular, energy efficient, compact and easy to install (you could even get the installation for free). They also have advanced features such as noise reduction, human sensor and effective temperature control.

It’s also a great choice for starting families or individuals moving to a temporary residence. You could start with one split AC unit and add more as your family gets bigger. You could only start with one room and add more units as years go by.

If you’re moving to a new home and you think it’s only temporary, it’s recommended to choose split type over ducted. Perhaps you would move out soon because of changes in career, lifestyle or preference. Split type is a great choice for you because you won’t spend much on the installation.

Upfront and long-term costs

It all goes down to costs. After all, it’s a huge decision. Both split and ducted systems cost thousands of dollars. Whichever you choose, you need to consider both the upfront and long-term costs.

As mentioned earlier, ducted systems are more expensive upfront because of the installation difficulty. But what about the long-term costs? Will the investment pay off soon? Will it be worth it?

Over the course of a year, you might get the payback from a ducted system. Each month you might actually save hundreds of dollars from your electricity bill (both in cooling and heating). In several months or less than a year, you might have recouped your investment already.

However, this is not always the case. Remember that ducted systems cool multiple rooms at once. This means uniform temperature is maintained all throughout the home. Even if some of the rooms are unoccupied, the ducted system cool them nevertheless. It’s a waste of energy and this could pile up the whole year.

That’s why it’s good to find out if there’s a convenient control option available. Many ducted systems have controls mounted on the wall. It lacks the convenience of the remote control available in most split systems.

It’s recommended to ask the company and installer about the controllers. You can still find ducted systems with control via WiFi. Be sure that this feature is available especially if you want efficient and convenient control of which rooms to cool.

Relatively new models of split and ducted systems are already energy efficient. Engineers and manufacturers have already developed technologies that allow for more cooling and less energy consumption. Many AC units now have an inverter system which allows for a more effective control on compressors. This translates to monthly savings on your utility bills.

Aside from monthly savings, quality AC systems can also help you save money from repairs and maintenance. These units are already thoroughly tested for reliability and longevity. In addition, many companies now offer a comprehensive warranty (up to 5 years) which cover both parts and labour.

Regular and timely maintenance can actually help you save money regularly. This helps ensure that your unit and system work optimally. You get better cooling at less energy (and lower electricity bills). This also lengthens the useful lifespan and optimal performance of your air conditioner.

Electricity consumption and unit maintenance are the long-term costs. If you choose a relatively new model and known brand, you’ll save electricity each month. You’ll also save on future repair costs and the need for replacement of your AC system.

Flexibility and the future

Families and homeowners think about the future and long term. After all, there are thousands of dollars at stake. Through the years, you might spend or save an extra ten thousand dollars depending on your choice.

What should you think about the future? Do you plan to move out in a few years? Do you plan to settle there for decades to come? Once you move out, will you sell your current property?

These are important questions. If you’re planning to move out soon, a ducted system is not a good choice. Remember the installation alone costs thousands of dollars. In addition, your home might have been slightly reconfigured because of the installation. The good thing though is that a home optimised for ducted AC would be perceived as more valuable. The future owner might prefer ducted and your property makes it easier for him or her.

Ducted systems don’t offer much flexibility in contrast to split ACs. Ducted is more permanent and requires many changes. On the other hand, split air conditioners could be perceived as temporary. If you’re about to move to a new home, you could easily disconnect the unit. Some companies even offer a free re-installation in case you relocate. You might also get free fittings and pipings at no extra cost. It’s recommended to enquire the company about re-installation.

Installation of a ducted system requires a huge commitment. You really have to think about the long term if this is your plan. It’s a bigger expense compared to split ACs.

On the other hand, split systems seem a lighter decision. You can start with one unit and add two or more as your family grows. You can even take it with you easily when you relocate due to future career or lifestyle changes.

Your decision

If you have long-term plans in your current home and location, the ducted system is recommended. It could be more efficient in the long term. You can get the payback from your investment in one or two years.

But if you’re only ready for a small commitment, split systems will still suffice in most cases. You can start with one unit if you’re only just one or two at home. You can then add more units and these can be used to cool multiple areas. One outdoor unit can actually be connected up to four indoor units. You can start small and add more later.

The one thing you should consider

Whichever you choose, you have one important thing to consider. It’s about the installation. After all, the unit’s quality is only as good as its installation. No matter how good the AC is, professional installation still is a huge factor to achieve optimum performance.

Professional installers will take care of the strategic placement and proper installation of wiring and ducts. Whether it’s split or ducted, they would come up with optimal solutions that will help you save money in the long run.

That’s why it’s advisable to buy from a reputable company (and request for an installation if they offer the service). The technicians should have experience installing the AC unit of your choice in other homes and commercial properties. This way, you ensure that you’re getting the most out of the service and your purchase (upfront costs). You should also ask about the warranty coverage (for the long term).

Split system or ducted air conditioner Sydney

Here at Conduct Air Conditioning, we offer affordable package deals for ducted systems. It’s all-in and our technicians will set up the whole system for you. If you prefer a split type, we also offer a complete package (unit and free installation).

Our experienced technicians can install almost all known brands such as Daikin, LG, Fujitsu, Samsung and Panasonic. We also offer a comprehensive warranty and discounted deals. Contact us today if you want to get the most value out of your money when it comes to air conditioning.

Here’s Your Complete AC Buying Guide

Up to 40% of your electricity bills might be because of your air conditioner (especially during the hot summer months). That’s why you have to choose the most energy efficient and cost-effective air conditioner for your home or business. Here’s the complete AC buying guide to help you with that task:

Better efficiency equals thousands of dollars of savings

First, we build the foundations. Which technologies are more energy efficient? What are the reasons for each one? Also, how does an air conditioner work in the first place? How does it effectively “condition” the air for better comfort?

In Sydney, temperature can reach as high as 26 degrees Celsius. Both families and business owners prioritise energy efficiency of their AC units. With those high temperatures, the electricity bill is sure to increase if the unit is far from efficient.

This can make a huge difference. For instance, daily operation of your AC during hot summer months can spell a plus or minus $100 on your electricity bill (whether at home or business). Add all the savings (or extra costs) through the 10-15 years of the unit’s useful lifespan. In other words, the total will amount up to thousands of dollars in the long run.

So here’s the main question: How to choose an energy-efficient air conditioner? Energy efficiency is about getting the result you want using minimal resources. This depends on several factors such as:

  • Technology behind the AC’s operation
  • Size and insulation of your home or room
  • Using power only when it’s truly needed
  • Positioning of the unit
  • The specific type of AC you’ve installed

Technology behind efficient ACs

Let’s first discuss the technologies. Due to increasing consumer awareness (especially people from Sydney and Australia), competition and market demand, manufacturers and product engineers continuously develop more efficient AC models.

As a result, newer models are often more efficient than the old ones. That’s one of the main reasons people replace their old AC units (especially if the unit has been operating for 10-15 years). Aside from the usual wear and tear, old AC models are just less efficient.

For example, many modern AC models now (especially split type systems) have an inverter technology. This technology makes it possible to control the compressor motor’s speed, which leads to the continuous regulation of temperature. As a result, faster and more efficient cooling will occur because of increased speed. It will slow down once the desired temperature is achieved (or when it’s just about maintaining the comfortable temperature).

In other words, inverter type air conditioners adjust the temperature without turning ON and OFF the motor. On the other hand, non-inverter types have to turn ON and OFF the motor. The continual ON and OFF of the motor will lead to higher energy consumption. In most motors and machines, the ON requires a lot of initial energy.

As a result, inverter types can help you save up to 30%. You use less energy while helping the environment. Although these inverter ACs are more expensive upfront, you can get the payback within just 1 or 2 years. Whether you’re replacing your old unit or it’s your first AC, inverter ACs are highly recommended.

What specific features to look for

Aside from the inverter technology (and given your home is properly insulated), you should also look for other features that contribute to energy efficiency. When you go to the store or browse online, it’s hard to differentiate among the features. That’s why in this section we’ll help you gain the basic (but most essential) information you need.

Let’s begin with energy saving mode. We mentioned earlier about one of the factors affecting energy efficiency (using power only when it’s truly needed). After all, using power even if it’s unnecessary is a waste.

One way to prevent this is by having an energy saving mode. This means the unit will be using less energy when there’s less demand for cooling. For instance, when people inside the room are inactive (minimal movements), the AC should automatically switch to energy saving mode. This is possible through a human sensor technology which automatically detects human movements.

It’s similar to having an on-demand cooling service. The AC will only expend much energy when it’s only needed. For example, right when you go to bed the AC might be running at peak. But when you’re asleep already for a few hours (you’re physically inactive already), the unit’s energy saving mode will kick in. It will keep working (just the minimal needed) to keep you comfortable all through the night.

This is much more convenient (and probably more practical) than setting a timer. When the timer’s up, sometimes after a few minutes many people turn the AC back on. This wastes a lot of energy because the ON requires a sudden surge of energy. In contrast, the energy-saving mode will prevent that energy surge. Everyone will remain comfortable while saving electricity.

Other features (design, noise)

The key features to look for are inverter technology and energy saving mode. Most modern ACs already have those features especially in split type systems. The differences lie on the small (but still important) features each model has to offer.

For example, many savvy Sydney customers also consider the noise level produced by ACs. This is often overlooked by many other customers (especially first-time buyers). However, it’s one of the most important things that affect user experience (secondary to “coolness” being felt). Perhaps it’s even one of the main reasons people replace their ACs (noisy operation).

Imagine a bedroom with a noisy air conditioner. It will be hard to fall asleep. You will get bothered by the noise and possibly feel the vibration. In the case of offices, it will be hard to focus on the tasks at hand. Instead of having your full attention on the strategy you’re formulating, some of your attention will be taken by the AC’s noise.

Thankfully, modern ACs now operate with minimal noise. There are fewer mechanical parts that cause the noise. Their designs now are also more efficient which makes quiet operation possible. But to be sure you’ll have a quite AC, ask the distributor about the decibels and the vibration.

Choosing an authorised distributor

This step could actually be as important as choosing an AC. After all, you’re just not looking into the AC’s features. You’re also looking at the quality of installation and service.

Aside from properly installing the unit, experienced technicians can also help you determine the optimal position where the AC will be installed. They can also take care of the electricals so your system won’t experience overloading (and ensure your AC receives enough and stable energy supply).

Experienced technicians from authorised distributors have worked on different models already. As a result, they can work quickly and efficiently. There will be minimal hassles and inconveniences to your family or business.

When purchasing an AC from an authorised distributor, it’s advisable to pick a known brand. It might be more costly upfront. But you’ll actually save money in the long term. You’ll also find it easier to find a repair or maintenance service for your air conditioner. The replacement parts will be readily available.

Upfront and long-term costs

Aside from AC features and choice of authorised distributor, Sydney families and businesses also strongly consider the cost. After all, the upfront costs of a split type aircon can be high. The payment will seem intimidating (an AC unit can cost up to $2,500).

Besides upfront costs, you should also consider the long-term costs (e.g. maintenance, parts replacement). That’s why it’s important to look at the warranty coverage. Aim for at least 5 years warranty in both parts and labour. If the warranty is that long, the manufacturer and distributor are confident about the unit’s reliability and performance.

Aside from the purchase and long-term costs, you should also think about the installation. There will be labour and parts needed for that. Although split type aircons are easy to install (some ductwork and positioning), this still requires time and effort from technicians.

Before pulling out your cash or credit card, it’s recommended to ask about the installation. Does it come for free? Do you have to pay for the materials and ductwork? This is important because you think you might be getting a great deal because the unit’s cheap. However, there might be unexpected additional expenses during the installation.

Reinstallation in case you relocate

What happens if you or your business relocates? Will there be free reinstallation?

Perhaps it’s career change or your office needs to move to a better location. Whichever is the case, most of your stuff will come with you including the air conditioner.

Good news is, you can get the reinstallation for free. For instance, here at Conduct Air Conditioning, we reinstall the unit for free (including pipings and fittings at no extra cost). We can advise you on how to best disconnect your unit and then we’ll take care of the reinstallation.

That’s why it’s good to check the after-sales service of a distributor. This will help you save money and hassles in the near future. Remember, an AC is expensive upfront. It’s recommended to get the most out of it and get free service (new install, reinstall, parts & labour) as much as possible.

Complete AC buying guide Sydney

In summary, here are the most important things you should consider when buying a new air conditioner:

  • Inverter technology (adjusts compressor motor speed for better efficiency)
  • Energy saving mode
  • Quiet operation
  • Choice of an authorised distributor
  • Parts & labour warranty, free installation
  • Excellent after-sales service (e.g. free reinstall in case you relocate)

Many Sydney families and business owners now choose split type ACs. The modern models now are energy efficient. They’re also sleek and compact which complement any home or office interior.

Although they cost more upfront (especially the inverter types) than conventional units, split type air conditioners are a lot more energy efficient. In one or two years, you can get the payback because of the resulting cost savings on your electricity bill.

It’s also recommended to consider both the upfront and long-term costs. The upfront cost includes the price of the unit and the installation service. The long-term costs should be somehow taken care of by the warranty on parts and labour.

This is quite a long read (~ 8 minutes) just for selecting an AC. However, this could (hopefully) help you save thousands of dollars in the long run.

If you need more information about air conditioning for your home or office, contact us here today at Conduct Air Conditioning. You can enquire about our package deals and free services for our new customers.

Ducted Reverse Cycle System: The Key to a Perfect Home Temperature All Year

Is your home too cold in the winter and hot during the summer? While conventional heaters and air conditioning systems can help ease your struggles during those seasons, they are not enough to achieve an ideal home temperature all year round. Fortunately, reverse cycle air conditioning systems are now available ducted in the market.

Dual-Purpose System

With its use of a heat pump, the ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system can both cool and heat the air. Its unique refrigeration system allows easy control of temperature, making your days more comfortable during extreme seasons. Also, with its dual purpose, you no longer have to worry about the maintenance of two separate HVAC systems. So even if it’s somewhat expensive, it is still a more cost-effective option than having a heater and an AC system in your home.

Zoning Feature

Its zoning feature is another thing that makes this system an excellent buy. Even if you only install it in the living room, it can provide an even air distribution throughout your home. You no longer have to worry about having rooms that are too cold or too warm. Also, you can control the temperature in each room to cater to the needs of individual family members. You can even zone out a few areas in your home if you want.

Other Benefits

Apart from those key features, this system comes with other benefits, as well. With only grills mounted in the ceiling or placed on the floor, this system does not intrude into the overall design of your home. Also, compared to other HVAC systems, the ducted reverse cycle AC system produces the lowest volume of noise.

The ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system is your key to a perfect home temperature all year round. So, if you want to learn about this system, don’t hesitate to call us. We’ll be happy to assist you in choosing the right HVAC unit for your home.

 

Ducted Reverse Cycle System: The Key to a Perfect Home Temperature All Year

Is your home too cold in the winter and hot during the summer? While conventional heaters and air conditioning systems can help ease your struggles during those seasons, they are not enough to achieve an ideal home temperature all year round. Fortunately, reverse cycle air conditioning systems are now available ducted in the market.

Dual-Purpose System

With its use of a heat pump, the ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system can both cool and heat the air. Its unique refrigeration system allows easy control of temperature, making your days more comfortable during extreme seasons. Also, with its dual purpose, you no longer have to worry about the maintenance of two separate HVAC systems. So even if it’s somewhat expensive, it is still a more cost-effective option than having a heater and an AC system in your home.

Zoning Feature

Its zoning feature is another thing that makes this system an excellent buy. Even if you only install it in the living room, it can provide an even air distribution throughout your home. You no longer have to worry about having rooms that are too cold or too warm. Also, you can control the temperature in each room to cater to the needs of individual family members. You can even zone out a few areas in your home if you want.

Other Benefits

Apart from those key features, this system comes with other benefits, as well. With only grills mounted in the ceiling or placed on the floor, this system does not intrude into the overall design of your home. Also, compared to other HVAC systems, the ducted reverse cycle AC system produces the lowest volume of noise.

The ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system is your key to a perfect home temperature all year round. So, if you want to learn about this system, don’t hesitate to call us. We’ll be happy to assist you in choosing the right HVAC unit for your home.

Replacing Your Air Conditioning: Signs that Say It’s Time to Say Goodbye

Let’s face it: air conditioners need to be replaced sooner or later. Like every appliance, they eventually have to give in. If you think your air conditioning unit is finally ready to retire, watch out for these signs:

1. It’s Not Cooling Anymore

The most important job of an air conditioner is to keep your space cool. If it can no longer do that, it could be time to toss it out. While minor breakdowns and problems can cause this, if it just can’t get the temperature to comfortable levels like it used to, the unit could be beyond saving.

2. Bills are Murder on the Purse

Old air conditioners use up more electricity to cool a room. If your bills have gone up without any changes to your usage, it could be time to replace your unit. Fortunately, most air conditioning units from Conduct Air Conditioning are equipped with the latest energy-saving features. This means you cancel out the cost with the money you’ll save on your bills.

3. Your Unit is a Decade Old

For non-commercial air conditioning units, ten years is considered a good length of service. The age of your unit should, therefore, weigh in on your decision to replace your air conditioner. Remember, however, that commercial units could last much longer. Just contact your air conditioner specialist.

4. Your Home is Different

Australians love renovating their home. Adding a new room could tax your air conditioner’s capabilities, though, and it might not have enough power to cool the larger space. You risk overworking your unit. This is never a good idea. If this is the case, then an upgrade would be essential to keep your home evenly cooled.

Conduct Air Conditioning is an expert installer and repair services provider for both residential and commercial clients. The machines we offer come from trusted makers like Samsung, Daiking, Fujitsu and LG — all trusted names for both homes and offices in Australia. For your air conditioning needs, why not give us a call?

What’s the Best Temperature for the Office AC?

Several studies have revealed that the air quality in the workplace greatly affects the productivity of the employees. After all, it is easier to focus on work when the room is neither too hot nor too cold.  There are still times, however, that workers don’t feel comfortable in their office, even if their AC is set at a standard temperature.

Standardised Thermal Comfort Level

The indoor temperature of office buildings all over the world is fixed at 22 degrees, plus or minus half a degree; and it has been that way since the 1950s. It turns out that this standard office temperature is based on a thermal comfort level of a 44-year-old man in America during the ‘50s, according to a study from Savills Australia. It was also set to 22 degrees, without first having considered the varying climates in different areas. This could be a problem for tropical countries, as well as for the hottest states in Australia.

19 to 25-Degree Temperature Range

Apart from making the employees more comfortable, maintaining the right temperature setting of the air-conditioning system in the office will also help the company in its efforts to save resources. The Savills Australia study suggests that offices observe a setting of no higher than 19 degrees in winter and no lower than 25 degrees in summer. By shifting to this 19 to 25-degree temperature range, Australian businesses could save thousands of dollars every year. This will contribute to saving the environment, too, as air-conditioning systems that are properly set are more efficient and consume less energy; thus, leaving a  smaller carbon footprint.

By correctly setting the temperature of your commercial air conditioning system in Sydney office, for instance, you can prevent your employees from getting sick and too stressed. More importantly, they will feel comfortable enough to focus on their tasks every day. In turn, the office productivity will be higher, generating more leads or sales for your business.

If you need repair services or new air-conditioning system, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

 

Split System Aircon: Here are Some of Your Options

Beginners and experienced buyers now often choose a split system aircon because it’s sleek and energy-efficient. As a result, many Sydney homes, offices and businesses already have one or two.

But not all split AC units and models are created equal. Some are superior in a few specific features. Some are just outstanding but there might be worries about the costs (is it worth it?).

To help you choose the ideal split AC according to your needs and budget, here are some of your options (including advantages and hints):

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Split AC Unit: 5 Additional Features Worth Looking Into

Planning to purchase a split AC unit? But before that, you want to make sure that it’s worth the price. You also want to make sure that it’s the best solution for your home or business.

Split type AC units are known to be energy-efficient because of the separation of the indoor and outdoor units. In addition, here are the other 5 features that finally persuade many Sydney customers to have a split airconditioning system in their home or commercial facility:

1. Automatic control

Many split ACs now have an automatic control feature. This is useful in maintaining a cool temperature while saving on costs. This leads to better efficiency and more value from your money. You’ll be sure that every dollar you pay for electricity translates into comfort for you and your family.

2. Minimal operating noise

How to achieve a good sleep each night? First, the room should be cool enough (it’s hard to fall asleep when it’s really hot). Second, the surroundings should all be quiet.

You can have the best of both worlds by having a split type AC. Many models now operate with minimal noise. The unit will then be operating silently in the background while maintaining a cool temperature.

3. Auto clean function

Some split systems have an auto clean function. This function runs automatically to prevent growth of microorganisms. You’ll be sure that the air circulating in your room is cleaner. If this feature is important to you, be sure that it’s included in the unit you’ll purchase.

4. Motion sensors

This seems to be an unnecessary feature that only adds to the cost of the unit. However, in the long run (and regular use) this will help in saving costs. When there’s low human activity in the room (almost no motion), the unit will turn into energy-saving mode.

5. Stylish and sleek design

Aesthetics is important especially in businesses. Everything should look perfect and project professionalism. Split AC units satisfy those. Their stylish and sleek designs even add beauty to the businesses and offices.

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Aside from energy-efficiency, the above 5 features are also worth looking into before you purchase a split system air conditioner.

If you have questions about air conditioning systems, contact us today and we’ll respond to your enquiries.

House Air Conditioner: Is it Time for an Upgrade?

An effective house air conditioner can vastly improve the comfort level you experience in your home. This is especially true during hot summer days and nights when you really need a good night sleep.

Whether you’re planning to purchase a new unit or replace the old one, this short article will help you make the best purchasing decision. Let’s begin.

New models are more energy efficient

Is your home AC unit over 10 or 20 years old? If you notice problems about its efficiency and reliability, maybe it’s time to replace it with a new one.

Newer models have more energy-efficient designs. In addition, your old unit might be already suffering from degradation of parts and components. This makes the unit consume more energy.

Newly installed split AC units and ducted systems consume much less energy. They can effectively cool the rooms night and day without worries about their reliability.

Multiple AC units or a ducted system?

For families, a ducted system might be the better choice. The whole system will be designed to achieve maximum efficiency when it comes to cooling your home and rooms. However, the installation might be costly if you have an existing home. There will be need for some reconfigurations for the ducted system to be installed properly.

Split systems are known to be energy-efficient. If you only need to cool one or two rooms, this might be the better option. Split systems are easy to install which will save you costs on labour and materials.

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High Efficiency Air Conditioner: How to Save on Costs

A high efficiency air conditioner can help you save thousands of dollars on electricity bills in the long run. This is especially the case if the AC is operating night and day. Every minute can translate into savings or costs depending on the unit’s efficiency.

That’s why it’s wise to spend extra time in the selection of an AC unit or system. This way, you’ll get the most benefit while saving money. To help you with that, here are a few ways on how to best save on costs:

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