Multi spilt system air conditioners are a comfortable and stylish solution to control the temperature in your home. Also known as Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF or VRV), a multi split air conditioning system can heat or cool multiple rooms using only a single outdoor unit. This saves on running costs by only heating or cooling rooms as required.
Multi-Split air conditioning systems are available in cooling only and reverse cycle (heating and cooling) models.
As there are many air conditioning brands, it can be difficult choosing the ideal split system that best suits your needs. Here at Air Care, we’ve used our 20 + years of experience to narrow down the list of available manufacturers and only recommend and supply units from the top manufacturers in terms of price, quality, looks and efficiency. We recommend:
Multi split systems like split systems are comprised of an outside unit but they can be connected to various inside units to run simultaneously.
Most multi splits work on a single temperature making one internal unit the master or parent unit and the rest of the operating units, child units. This does not mean you have to run all at the same time. It means that if the master air conditioning system is on cooling then the child units must also be on cooling.
Air Care have over 20 years of experience when it comes to installing multi split units throughout the Gold Coast. Multi split air conditioning units are extremely flexible offering the major advantage of having only one external condenser supplying multiple indoor units.
This is very important when it comes to roof space or in your home where looks are important, most customers do not want a row of condensers outside their property and these multi split systems solve this problem.
Split system air conditioners are easy to maintain, they have washable filters and require only periodical cleaning. Outdoor units are designed for easy access for routine maintenance calls. To maximise the life of your air conditioner we recommend an annual air conditioning service. Air conditioning maintenance includes cleaning of filters and other checks and can increase the life of your air conditioner unit.
However, if your air conditioner is noisy, dripping water or not keeping you cool, then you need to call Air Care. Our team of qualified air conditioning technicians are experienced in the repair of all types and brands of air conditioners.