Split System Air Conditioning

For your home installation and use, a split-system air conditioning unit is by far the most popular choice, especially for small to medium-sized spaces. Our goal is to help you find the perfect air conditioning unit that will fit your requirements both in comfort and costs. 

It takes meticulous planning and consideration of extreme temperatures of the warmest summer days and adjusting the capacity accordingly to make sure that your system can cope and keep your home cool and comfy. On the other hand, it should also be able to regulate your indoor temperatures during the colder months with no issues.

For split-system air conditioning in Gold Coast, Asset Aircon & Elec can provide all your needs from on-site assessment for installation and quotation up to after-sales maintenance scheduling and management of your records simply because we are a reliable, end-to-end service provider for all your air conditioning needs.

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What is a Split System Air Conditioning?

As the name implies: it’s an aircon system that is split into two parts. These are the indoor unit, which contains the evaporator, and the outdoor unit, which houses the compressor and the condenser. Split-system air conditioners are compact, quiet, and convenient to operate, making them perfect for homes. 

Air conditioning split systems are energy-efficient and super easy to operate. They come in several sizes and measured by their power output. Some small split-system air conditioning units work great, especially if the installation has been planned and executed correctly. With proper placement and positioning, they can easily cool down your room with ease.

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Ducted Air Conditioning vs Split system?

The main difference between ducted air conditioning from an air conditioning split system is that the whole unit is concealed, and usually installed in a space on the roof or contained inconspicuously outside the property. The cooled air is then pushed towards multiple zones in the building, which flows through the concealed ducting system between the ceiling and the roof.

In addition, another distinction between these two systems when it comes to their acquisition price and their energy efficiency. Even though Ducted Air Conditioning comes out more expensive in the beginning because of its higher equipment and installation costs these are generally much cheaper to run compared to a Split System type Air conditioner.

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Split System

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WHAT IS REVERSE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY?

Reverse Cycle air conditioners can function and provide both heating during cold winter months and cooling during warm months. It can also perform drying during humid Gold Coast summers. All these features use as little electricity as possible. Supply and installation are estimated at around $1,200, depending on the size and energy-saving capacity of your unit.

Multi-Split System

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WHAT IF I HAVE MORE THAN ONE ROOM?

We recommend a Multi Split Air conditioning System. Since these systems have one external unit containing the condenser that can be connected to two or more internal wall-mounted indoor units, this is the perfect choice for homes with several rooms and those with complex layouts and floor plans. Each indoor unit is independent of the other and can be individually scheduled, controlled, and set to the desired room temperature that is comfortable. Perfect for medium to large size homes.

VRF System

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WHAT IF I WANT MORE DESIGN FLEXIBILITY?

If this is the case, then we recommend the VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) Systems. These air conditioning systems are cost-effective and energy-efficient alternatives to traditional split-and-ducted air conditioners. Ideal for design flexibility and tight roof spaces, this set-up is best suited for mid-sized to large buildings with multiple zones and spaces.