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How to Choose an Air Conditioner
Air conditioning is the process of altering the temperature and humidity of the air to make it more comfortable. They also supply an adequate supply of ventilation; remove dust and microorganisms from the air, and help to regulate the room’s heat according to the season. It works by moving the air from the inside to the outside of the home, over a set of cooling pipes. 

But how do you choose a system that’s right for you? There are a few questions that you’ll need to ask yourself before heading out to buy, and this includes:

How much power do you need?

This will depend on the size of your home, and the room that you wish the system to be installed in. It’s good to speak to an expert, such as the ones at
conductairconditioning.com.au
about this, as getting a system that’s too large will cost you more, and may actually be less effective. You may also want to consider energy efficient systems, which use up to 15% less energy than the traditional models, according to Techlicious.

The energy saving features that you can consider, include:

· Large internal coils for a more efficient heat transfer.

· A high temperature rating greater than 11.6.

· A variable speed blower to reduce electricity consumption.

· A fan only switch, which will give a lesser, more natural cooling.

· An automatic delay fan switch which keeps the fan on long enough to utilise stored cool air.

· A filter indicator light which lets you know as soon as the filter needs changing.

· Avoid placing your unit near appliances that give off heat – such as televisions or lamps. In fact, it may be wise to use a fan to spread the cooled air further.

· Be aware of your indoor temperature – the closer to the outdoor temperature that it is, the lower your overall cooling bill will be.

How much do you want to spend?

You will want to set a budget before you go shopping, but this will also be affected by the type of model that you like. Would you prefer a spilt system – which is affordable, and easy to use – a multi-split system – which can be used in more than one place at a time – or a variable refrigerant flow – which are much bigger systems, generally used for business buildings.

What installation requirements do you have?

While it’s advisable to get this done by a professional, it is something that you’ll want to think about before purchasing. Depending on what unit you’ll buy, the way it’s installed will be different, and you need to check that it will be appropriate for your space.

What other features do you want?

These days, air condition units come with extra features such as dehumidifying, sleep mode, smart features, and varying levels of noise. Do your research before buying.

How regularly can you clean the system?

Air conditioning units need regular servicing, so knowing where the filter is will allow you to work out how often it can get cleaned.