Buying an air conditioner is not something that we do all the time in Canberra, so you are likely to be at a complete loss as to choosing the best air conditioner for your home or business. When it comes to the best air conditioning brands, you may have even less starting points.
To make buying air conditioner in Canberra easier, we have put together this quick and simple guide to explain how to buy the best air conditioning system for work or home.
• How to choose the best air conditioning for your home or business.
• Which is the best air conditioning system in Canberra
• What are the best air conditioning brands in Canberra?
Here’s your quick guide to buying air conditioning in Canberra.
1.How to choose the best air conditioner.
Use these top tips to help you choose the best air conditioning system for your home or business:
Type: For the most effective air conditioning you will be looking for a wall mounted split air conditioning unit or central air conditioning, rather than a portable standalone unit.
EER: The Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) conveys how energy efficient the air con unit is. The higher the rating, the more efficient the air con system.
Extras: Handy extra features to look out for are:
1. a variety of fan speeds so that you can vary the rate of cooling.
2. a remote control, timer and sleep or night mode are useful practical extras. Night mode will prevent the problem of waking cold if the temperature drops during the night, which it often does in Canberra.
Meanwhile, with a timer function you can set your air conditioner to switch on and off at the times that are convenient for you. An easy way to solve the problem of whether to sleep with the air conditioning on or not. Simply get one with a timer, then it can switch itself off automatically.
2. Which is the best air conditioning system to buy in Canberra and what are the best air conditioning brands to look out for:
When looking for the best split air or central air conditioning systems look out for air conditioning units by
Our industry-leading suppliers include LG, Mitsubishi Electric, Bromic, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Samsung and Temperzone Air Conditioner systems.