We know that selecting the correct air conditioner can be confusing if you don’t know what factors to consider. We’ve considered the options and created an easy to follow guide to assist you with the best air conditioning system for your home. Below are a list of helpful resources and frequently asked questions to make selecting an air conditioner easier:

Split system air conditioners units are the most common type of air conditioner. They consist of two main components: a wall mounted indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit blows cool air into the room, and the outdoor unit dissipates the heat from the cooled area. They’re a cost-effective system but cool on a per room basis. Pick from Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Teco, LG, Hitachi, Kelvinator.

Ducted Reverse cycle air conditioners are perfect for the Australian climate. They provide cool air in the hot summers and hot air when the temperatures start to drop. With a reverse cycle system, you only need to pay once for a unit that does two jobs. Pick from Fujitsu, Samsung, Kelvinator.

Evaporative cooling is energy efficient and has the lowest running costs when compared to other air conditioners in Australia. One step inside an evaporative cooled home and you’ll feel it’s cool air much like a soothing sea breeze. Where refrigerated systems will recycle air, an evaporative system replaces the air in your home every few minutes. Pick from Bonaire ducted evaporative air conditioners.

Window air conditioners units are small, convenient units that can go anywhere in your home, only requiring a power outlet. While they’re handy to have around, they only cater to a single room and won’t keep your entire home cool. They are usually best for apartments or as a temporary solution. Pick from the best brands including Teco, and Kelvinator.

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