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INTRODUCTION In the hot summers, you want to run in your backyard around the sprinklers. Air conditioning becomes the biggest necessity in this time. When it is too hot outside, it is so nice to be able switch on your air conditioner, close the door and relax. In winter, we have fluffy jackets and hot drinks, but also need heating to keep our homes at a comfortable temperature. If you’re building a new home or looking to upgrade your existing one with a new heating & cooling system, you’ve got a few choices. Two of the best are Split System and Reverse Cycle – but which suits you best? Here, we shall take a look at the pros and cons of both systems so that you can decide for yourself which one you want to purchase. REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONER Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners are very popular and effective. This air conditioner absorbs heat from outside the house to warm inside when conditions are cool, and sucks warm air out of the house, expelling it outside when conditions are hot. It has an internal fan coil that is installed in the space of the roof in your home and from a central location, the ducts run into your rooms to keep them either cool or warm according to the season. You can adjust the temperature of your rooms through a thermostat installed on your wall. Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners work in temperatures up to 46 degrees, down to about -10. Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning are great for those renovating or building a new home, as they must be installed in the roof, with ducts created throughout, and this can be quite expensive. They work best for the houses with many rooms that need temperature control. This type of Air Conditioner is quite energy efficient due to utilising the outside air for heating and cooling. They are a fairly quiet type of air conditioner; however a specialist can give you more information about the difference between different brands. SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONER Split System Air Conditioners consist of a unit outside the room you want to cool which dissipates hot air, and one inside the room that blows cool air around the room. Some have a heating function, but you will need to clarify this with a specialist as these systems tend to be cooling only. Split System is handy because the installation is not as complex as a Reverse Cycle, and can be done in a day or less by a licensed technician. This means it isn’t as expensive! Split System Air Conditioning works best for heating or cooling one room, and so is handy for a living room that gets particularly hot, or a kitchen with little ventilation. If you are looking for more rooms to be temperature controlled, you’ll need to invest in a larger system. These systems are quite efficient and good for the environment, especially the most modern. Many use a no-ozone depleting refrigerant too, which is good news for those concerned with climate change! Split System Air Conditioners come with a remote control, so if it gets a bit nippy or too warm – you can control your unit from the couch! CONCLUSION Both the Split System and Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner are useful, depending on what you require for your home. If you’re looking for temperature control in one room or have a tight budget, split system is likely your best option. If you can handle the expense of installing Reverse Cycle, you will benefit from having an entire house temperature controlled. Of course, there are many more specific needs that can only be addressed by a specialist, as different brands of Air Conditioning have different pros and cons. Good luck on your journey to a comfortable home.
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