They’re not all the same
The wall splits are an excellent choice for one or two rooms or throughout the whole house. There are many different brands and sizes on the market so it is easy to get confused without expert advice. At AAPL air conditioning we recommend Panasonic, Mitsubishi HI or Fujitsu units. These are all manufactured with Japanese technology and quality assurances and our installations are carried out by technicians to ensure you get the best installation to complement your unit with our 5 year installation warranty.
Our 6 Point Promise to You
We guarantee that when our technicians install your air conditioning they will
1-Clean up after themselves including sweeping up dust and debris
2-Remove all off cuts and rubbish from site
3-Reposition any furniture they move
4-Take the utmost care not to damage your walls, ceilings, roof or floor coverings
5-Behave respectfully while in your home or premises
6-Give you full instructions on how to use your new air conditioning
In most cases these air conditioners are installed on an outer wall to allow the condensate drain immediate access to the outside, the outdoor unit can be positioned on the ground, on wall brackets or on the roof.
These systems will generally air condition an area up to 70-75 m2 dependant on heat load and ceiling heights etc. The great advantage of wall splits is the choices they give you, being individual systems you can have various rooms on or off, one room heating and one room cooling.
We are often asked will they cool the whole house- they will cool the room they are installed in and you will get some slight spreading of the air to attached rooms, we do not recommend trying to cool the whole house with one unit, it is unrealistic.
The Panasonic wall split units will provide cooling, heating, fan, auto and dry operation making them great for any weather situation.
They provide air filtration including anti allergen, anti-virus and anti-bacterial protection making your home a cleaner healthier place for you and your children.
The cassette system is a great option for the large open areas with no wall space; the indoor unit is positioned in the ceiling and piped to the outdoor unit. The advantages of the cassettes are that you can position it centrally (dependant on roof structure) and you have four louvers facing opposite directions meaning you get effective air distribution.