How to choose the best Split-System Air conditionners
“When choosing a split-system air conditioner, there are several factors to consider:
Cooling capacity: The cooling capacity of an air conditioner is measured in BTU (British Thermal Units) or Tons. A split-system air conditioner with a higher BTU or tonnage rating will be able to cool a larger space more efficiently. Be sure to choose a unit with the appropriate cooling capacity for the size of the room or space you need to cool.
Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): SEER is a ratio of the cooling output (BTU) to the power input (watts) over a set period of time, usually a cooling season. A higher SEER indicates greater energy efficiency.
Noise level: Split-system air conditioners can produce noise, so it is important to look for a unit with a low noise level if you will be using it in a bedroom or living area.
Features: Look for additional features that may be important to you, such as a built-in air purifying system, a programmable thermostat, or a remote control.
Installation: Make sure the unit you choose is appropriate for the space where it will be installed, and that you have a professional HVAC technician install the unit to ensure it is done correctly.
Brand and warranty: Research the brand and the warranty offered on the unit. Look for a reputable brand and a warranty that covers the unit for a reasonable amount of time.
Price: Lastly, consider the price of the unit, including the cost of installation. Compare prices and features of different models to find the best value for your money.
By considering these factors, you can find a split-system air conditioner that is the right size, energy efficient, quiet, and has the features you need, all while providing you with the best value for your money.”