The Benefits Of Using Split System Air Conditioners
When it comes to a homes air conditioning system, most people will think of a central air conditioning and heating unit. This manner of cooling and heating a home is perhaps the most popular and widely used system. However, there is more than one way to cool and heat a home effectively. There is a long list of excellent ways to keep the inside of your home comfortable no matter what the weather outside throws at you. One very new and popular way to do this is with what is known as split system air conditioners.
These split system air conditioners are new to many people, but this sort of cooling and heating technology has been a staple mark in countries like Japan for many years and it was only recently that this cooling and heating system has begun to be used in North America. These systems are in actuality central air and heating units minus all the ductwork. While a typical central air conditioning unit will consist of two separate components, an outdoor unit knows as the compressor unit, and an inside counterpart known as an air handler. These split systems are also comprised of two units but unlike a traditional central air unit, there is no ductwork accompanying the air conditioning and heating system. This makes it an ideal system in homes where installing ductwork is not feasible.
There are many benefits to split system air conditioners that many people do not know. Firstly, these systems are much smaller and less obtrusive then a typical central air conditioning and heating unit. Secondly, they are more flexible in their application. You can position the heating or cooling vent on the floor or on the ceiling if you so desire. In addition, unlike a standard central unit, there is no loss of cooled or heated air that is often present when the air has to move through a series of ducting and ductwork.
If you have a space that makes installing a traditional central air unit not possible, then you will be happy to know that you can have a comfortable home that enjoys the benefits of an air conditioning and heating system. With split system air conditioners, you can enjoy cool air when the temperature is hot and your home can be nice warm when the weather is cold. With manufactures like sanyo, samsung, hitachi, voltas, toyo and many more, you will have plenty of quality manufactures to choose from.
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