Split System Air Conditoning Installation

When it comes to air conditioning for standard homes and offices, it’s hard to go wrong with split system air conditioners.

These systems are best suited for one or more rooms in a property, making it one of the most popular choices for air conditioning.

And because they’re relatively cheap and easy to maintain, split system air conditioners are also among the most commonly installed systems in homes and offices today.

As one of the leading split system air conditioning installers in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, Safe & Sure Electricians Air Con & Solar has the technicians and an extensive network of suppliers to install whatever system you want. This means you’ll have all the choices you need for finding the unit that best fits your requirements and budget.

We have years of experience installing split system air conditioners, so we know what works best in different situations. Please call us at 1300 507 735 or complete the contact form so we can have one of our professionals visit you and provide you with a no obligation, free quote.

Benefits of using a split system air conditioner:

Minimal disruption

Due to its small size and few peripheral parts, a split system air conditioner, can be done with minimal disruption. Split systems are mounted on external and internal walls, and the size of the unit is dependent on the dimensions of the room.

Unlike ducted air conditioners and window unit conditioners, you also don’t need to change a major part of your home’s structure to install it properly. This gives it tremendous flexibility for its placement in an interior space.

Split system air conditioners are also unobtrusive when it comes to your room’s décor and furnishings. They won’t take up much space inside the room and can easily blend in the atmosphere.

It’s affordable

Compared to Ducted Air Conditioners and other more complex systems, a split system air conditioner requires much less investment up front.

Because of its cheaper prices and lower setup costs, some owners even choose to have multiple split system air conditioners in their property.

Depending on your needs and requirements for your home, this type of air conditioner may prove to be more cost-effective than ducted air conditioners and other systems. In these cases, you can simply add more split air conditioners whenever their budget allows. Our friendly team member will advise the best option when they visit your property.

Simplicity

Split system air conditioners feature simple control mechanisms that make it easy to adjust according to your preference. Most units are directed by remote control, where you can manipulate features like temperature level, airflow direction, and its timer function. Some brands offer additional WIFI control features so you can control it from your mobile or tablet.

Although some models boast functions that may make it more complicated than others, it’s still one of the most user-friendly air conditioners today.

In many cases, all you have to do is turn on the system and set the temperature to your liking.

Easy to maintain

Most split system air conditioners are easy to maintain, with minimal cleaning and care required to keep it running. And because it has fewer major components than more complex air conditioners, it’s also easier to repair or tune up, especially when conducted by qualified air conditioning technicians like ours.

Another major advantage of a split system air conditioner is that each unit is independent of all the other air conditioning systems in your property. That is, if a unit in one room breaks down, all the other split system air conditioners you have in other rooms will still work.

Things to consider:

Although some models boast functions that may make it more complicated than others, it’s still one of the most user-friendly air conditioners today.

In many cases, all you have to do is turn on the system and set the temperature to your liking.

As great as these units can be for your home or office, you still have to make sure that this is the right type of air conditioner for your property and situation. Like most machines, split system air conditioners have limitations and were designed for particular purposes and configurations. If it’s used incorrectly or loaded beyond its normal capacity, then it may end up costing you more in the long run. Safe & Sure helps make sure that you’ll get the most appropriate and efficient system for your property. In fact, our FREE personalised quote service can include our professional technicians visiting your home or business and assessing your air conditioning needs. With their expertise and industry experience, they’ll help you decide the best system for your needs, whether it’s a split system air conditioner or a ducted air conditioning system.

It’s crucial that you get the right air conditioning unit to suit your specific needs and environment. There are several factors to consider when choosing a system for your property, some of which only experienced specialists may be able to identify. Some of these factors include:

Flooring size

Your room’s floor size and configuration can affect the efficiency of your air conditioning system. Depending on its layout, a split system air conditioner may or may not be the ideal system for your property. This type of air conditioner works best when it’s used to heat or cool one or two rooms. Anything more than that may require more units or perhaps even a different type of system like a ducted air conditioning.

Windows

The number (and types) of windows that your room has may also play a factor in its performance.  Its relevance depends entirely on your situation, how you use the windows, and how your air conditioner will work with it. Rest assured that our specialists will be able to assist you in assessing the effect your windows may have.

Aspect

The direction your property faces can also affect the effectiveness and efficiency of your system. The more sun a room gets, for example, the more energy is needed to cool the room. This factor may also determine the location of your unit and how you use it throughout the day.

Construction

The way your room is designed and built can narrow down your choices on what type of system to get for your room or property. Are there special furnishings in the room that could affect your system’s placement?  Do you need to make major adjustments to walls or ceilings to accommodate your new unit? Taking your room’s construction into consideration could help you figure out what type of system is ideal for your space.

Function & purpose

Will you use your new unit as your main air conditioning unit? Or will it be a secondary unit to complement another system? Clearly defining what you intend to use this new system for will help you decide what model to get and what features to look for.

With our wide range of air conditioners available, our specialists will be able to help you find the right one for your needs and budget.

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