Perhaps unsurprisingly air conditioning comes in many different shapes and styles. Some of this is governed by customer taste and making sure there is something to suit everyone but a lot of it is down to the capabilities of different units and making sure that there are different systems to suit the needs of everyone.
This is good news because it means that there is something to suit everyone, including specifications needed and budget.
Small Split System
If you are looking for a small or basic air conditioning unit then a small split system unit could be perfect for you. These are generally used in places where just one room needs to be air conditioned at a time.
This type of system is made up of a small indoor unit which is in charge of cooling and heating the air. This is connected to a small outdoor unit which allows unwanted heat from outside to be kept there. Even once you decide you would like a split system unit there are different brand name and types to look at, so make sure you do a little research to see what is going to suit you and your needs best.
Medium Split System
If when you assess your needs you decide a small split system isn’t going to be up to the job then you might want to step it up a gear and get something slightly larger. A medium split system works in much the same way as the smaller sized air conditioning unit. The main difference is the capability of these larger units, which will be able to air condition more than one room within a home or business premises at a time.
If you have a larger premises that you want to air condition then a multi-split system could be the right choice for you. These are suitable for office suites and even larger apartments. They are connected to a bank of outdoor units, which are usually stored either on the roof of a building or in a central room designed to house these units safely.
If you have a large premises and you want to make sure that the whole place is temperature controlled then you might want to look at larger industrial cooling units. These work in much the same way as smaller units, they’re just more tailored towards larger premises where a smaller unit just won’t do the job.