Split System Commercial & Residential Air-Conditioning on the Gold Coast
There are many reasons to choose a split system design for your air conditioning needs on the Gold Coast. Capable of providing air conditioning to a single room or to multiple rooms all at once. Among the benefits of a split system air conditioning installation is the fact that these systems are available in reverse cycle or cooling only option. That allows you to choose from inverter models, which ultimately leads to lower energy costs and less energy consumption through the use of the unit in addition to less external noise. All split systems come with a 5 year factory warranty.
Ducted System Commercial & Residential Air-Conditioning on the Gold Coast
There are plenty of reasons to choose a ducted air conditioning unit when you are seeking products and service from Mark Simpson Air Conditioning. A ducted system can provide you with a complete cooling solution for your entire Gold Coast home or office and provides numerous benefits over other more traditional solutions, such as wall mounted split systems. Perhaps the biggest benefit of these options is that they can be installed into virtually every type of space. Whether built directly into a new residential home, a commercial facility or added into a renovated or existing space, they are a perfect addition to any building.
How Does A Ducted Air Conditioner Work?
A ducted aircon system works by distributing conditioned air to multiple rooms or areas throughout a building, making use of rigid and flexible ductwork to direct the air from a central Indoor Unit. When working with the design team at Mark Simpson Air Conditioning to install a ducted solution, the process begins with the design of the system itself. Our experts will design your ducted air conditioning system to operate at the touch of a button, taking into account various factors that can help to reduce your total energy costs. This will help to maintain the efficiency of your system and will provide you with the maximum amount of power while still retaining the visual appeal of the areas where the unit is installed.
Cassette Air-Conditioning System
Cassette system air conditioners offer the best of both worlds in terms of style and functionality, and are a great option for both residential and commercial buildings. The key benefit of a cassette system over other types of air conditioning systems, such as ducted air conditioning systems and split systems, is the fact that they provide homeowners and business owners with the stylish and modern appearance of a built-in air conditioning system but do so without the need to install ductwork, which is not always possible, especially in existing homes or homes that are being renovated.
There are numerous different types of locations in which a cassette system may be ideal. In addition to areas within the home where this kind of additional air conditioning may be needed, such as a lounge room or the family room of a home, they can make for a great air conditioning solution for commercial spaces such as restaurants, hotels, offices, and meeting rooms, just to name a few of the locations where this type of cooling system is prevalent.
Multi Head Split System
Multi split AC systems are popular because of their ability to cool multiple rooms at a time compared to a split air conditioner that cools only one room at a time. Also known as ‘Variable Refrigerant Flow’ system, the USP of multi split air conditioning method is that it uses just one external unit to cool several rooms. The indoor units can also be used for heating multiple rooms effectively. You can opt for either ‘cooling only’ models or reverse cycle units.
The multi split systems function much like split AC systems but they have only one external unit. These external units are connected with multiple indoor units. The technology used makes it possible to run one internal unit as “master” and the others as “child” units. This can be useful when you want all units indoors to run at a fixed temperature. It also reduces the operational costs.