If your home cooling systems are over a decade old, it is time to think of replacement. Older air conditioners often have issues with cooling, and more importantly, you are probably paying a lot more in form of energy bills. Investing in new air cons can be confusing, especially because companies offer all sorts of choice, right from evaporated cooling, centralized air cons to split ACs and more. Known installation services such as Aspen Air often recommend split ACs for selected homes, and in this post, we are discussing the basic aspects you must know before making an investment.
Why choose split ACs?
First and foremost, split ACs can be installed in almost every home, and that’s a huge advantage of sorts for properties where centralized air conditioning is not the right idea. Also, split ACs are a good alternative to window ACs, where the latter cannot be installed. Also, with split systems, you can pretty much control the temperature of each room individually. Even if one of the ACs fail, the rest would be still working, and you can actually have a cooler room to sleep, before the fault is repaired. In terms of energy bills, split ACs are worth considering and better than older systems. The new-age split models can be connected to smart devices and can be controlled remotely too.
Are there are any disadvantages?
With split air conditioners, the overall setup and installation do matter, and you need a reliable company to get the work done. Also, not all split ACs are as energy efficient, so do some initial homework before taking the call.
Things to know
Before you invest in an air conditioner, review what you need for your home in the first time. For split ACs, the size is a critical factor, and if you are not sure of the basics, you can call an installation service. They will send in their experts to check and review the overall cooling needs, and based on that, they will offer a complete estimate for installation work with recommendation for models. The best split ACs work for years without any issues, and you don’t have to pay for repairs for at least five years, as long as you are keeping a tab on maintenance and servicing.
Check all these aspects now and select a split AC for every room depending on the cooling needs and features desired.
Author Bio – Sharon Pulbrook writes for Aspen Air. The family has been involved in the heating and cooling industry for 30+ years. She writes regularly about her industry insights on their blog.