Split or ducted air conditioning? – How To decide

If you are going to install air conditioning into your property, you will have a choice between split air conditioning and ducted air conditioning? This article will look at the similarities and differences between the two, and help you make the right choice for you.

Ducted air conditioning

Ducted air conditioning is great for controlling the temperature of your entire house. It will help obtain even heating or cooling, and air flow throughout your property. You might find that the installation of ducted air conditioning is more expensive; however it will be much more practical and cost effective than installing split air conditioning units in every room.

If you are concerned about appearances, consider a ducted air conditioning unit for your home, as you will only have vents that can be seen, rather than a bulky air conditioning unit on the wall. The fact the unit is hidden from view, also makes it quieter, so you have a calm and serene home to live in.

Split air conditioning

Split air conditioning units are a popular choice for Australians, for several reasons. They are both easy to install and are cost effective. Unlike ducted air conditioning, split air conditioning can be placed in a single room, not the entire house. Remote controls for the air conditioning unit can designate the temperature that is required for a single room. This means that different temperatures and settings can be chosen for different rooms throughout the house.

If you are unsure about air conditioning, or only want it in a section of your home, split air conditioning is the best choice. You can start by installing a single unit in a single room, and then add further units onto your home as required. This means that your initial outlay will be minimal, and that you can add further units onto your home, only as you can afford them.

Which choice is right for you?

Talk to your air conditioning professionals about your goals for your home. When you invest in either the ducted or split air conditioning systems, you will want to ensure that they meet your own unique requirements. There is no right or wrong choice, only the right choice for you, your family and your home. Air conditioning professionals will be able to educate you on the available products, their differences and similarities, and fill you with confidence regarding your final choice.

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