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Wall Split System Supply & Installation
The Wall Split systems look like modern air-conditioning units placed high on your walls. Each indoor unit will traditionally only control the temperature of a single room, however it is possible to have multiple units inside the home (up to about 5) connected to the single condensing unit outside, just like the ducted option. Wall Split’s are one of the most commonly installed types of air conditioning in Melbourne as they are affordable and relatively simple to install. Mercury has a vast range of sizes to fit different sized rooms and houses.
Wall Split System Benefits
- Gives you temperature control of individual rooms
- Very low maintenance and easy to clean
- Run multiple indoor units off a single outdoor unit
- Highly efficient on energy bills
What are Split System Air Conditioners?
A split system operates to both heat and cool your home. It earns the name ‘split’ due to the way it is separated into two major components;
- The condensing unit that is installed outside the home.
- The fan coil fitted inside your home.
Why Choose a Split System?
You have the convenience of both heating and cooling in a single unit; this is called a reverse cycle system. Some of the brands we offer have varying speeds in their external compressor that can make it more efficient at maintaining an even temperature and save you money on the running costs.
Split systems offer the ability to zone off sections of your house so you may control the temperature throughout different sections of the home.
If you want to learn more about the installation process of cost Wall Split Air Conditioning Systems then don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly staff on 1300 13 53 43 or visit our Contact Page for a free quote.
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Add-On Cooling Systems
These systems are added on to the existing ducted heating/cooling systems (above) that are in either the ceiling or floor. The ducting size for these Add On elements generally are larger than simple ducted heating, so there is a possibility if you decide to go with this product that we will also need to upgrade the existing system to a larger size for Air Conditioning.
- This product is very quiet.
- Able to cool your home significantly more than other options such as Evaporative Cooling
- Works very effectively when sized properly on humid and exorbitantly hot days.
- Only a single network of ducted outlets.
Things to keep in mind when purchasing Refrigerated Add On Systems:
Cost – Refrigerated Split Systems can be more expensive for initial purchase than Evaporative Cooling Systems. They also operate at a fixed speed so they can be more cost;y to run than similar sized Ducted Split Systems with inverter.
Operation – Generally these add on systems can only operate in part of the house at a single time.
Efficiency – The heated airflow is reduced slightly because it is now pushed through the cooling coil even when in heating mode.