Split System Air Conditioning Perth
A split system refrigerated air conditioning system is a practical, economical solution to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter - the best of both worlds!
An efficient, adaptable, and flexible AC system fit for Perth climate.
A split system refrigerated air conditioning system is a practical, economical solution to keep you cool in summer and warm in winter – the best of both worlds!
Split systems are suitable for most homes and can be conveniently installed in almost any room. Modern split system air conditioners feature advanced inverter technology, which offers excellent energy efficiency. Being reverse cycle, the system can be used all year round for heating or cooling your home.
Inverters work by operating at full power until reaching a desired temperature in the room, then continuing to automatically maintain the temperature using the least power possible. The highly efficient technology results in lower energy consumption and reduced power costs, while keeping you and your family comfortable 365 days a year.
When choosing a split system for your home, our expert team works with you to understand your specific needs and application. We consider the size of the space you wish to heat or cool and recommend a system to suit your budget and your requirements.
To ensure your split system operates efficiently and reliably, regular maintenance is important. This can be overlooked by homeowners as some system components are out of sight (and, therefore, out of mind!).
Look to Platinum Power & Air for your split system air conditioning installation and maintenance needs in the greater Perth metropolitan area.
We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to cover all types of emergencies.
Contact us for a obligation free quote.
What's the deal with split system reverse cycle air conditioning?
Splits system air conditioning systems consist of two main components – the indoor unit and the outdoor unit. Being refrigerated, they work in the same way as ducted reverse cycle systems but with less components. We’ve broken it down so you can understand the basics.
Installed in a room in the home.
Installed in a discrete location outside the home, usually in a lower trafficked areas, such as the side of the house.
Two connected coils with continuously flowing refrigerant fluid.
One coil in the indoor unit called the evaporator, one coil in the outdoor unit called the condenser.
The advantages of using split system air conditioning:
What to be aware of before installing split system AC:
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