Here at Aisential we specialise in providing solutions for all your air conditioning and ventilation needs. Airsential being owned and run by us so that we can offer and demonstrate the best use of your systems and answer any queries you may have and also clean your home just like it was before they arrived.

We are always ready to assist you in the design of an energy efficient system to cool and heat your home. We offer quotes and personalised, technical and will carry out a thorough consultation process to recommend the right system for you. We supply and install a range of air conditioning brands and guarantee to find a system to suit your requirements and fit your budget.

Follow the links below to find out more about the different types of Air Conditioning systems we can install in your home:

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Split Systems

A split system air conditioner has an indoor and outdoor unit; the indoor unit can be wall mounted or floor standing and is connected by pipes and cables to the outdoor unit.

They come in different energy sizes, the smallest being a 2.5kW system and the largest being a 9.9kW system.  The size required for your room or area takes into account a number of different factors, such as room size, windows, orientation, what the room or area is being used for and the amount of equipment in the room.  This will be assessed by our technician when he visits to discuss your requirements. The indoor unit would be located in a carefully chosen position in the room or area of your choice.

The outdoor unit would then be positioned as close as practicable to the indoor unit; backing onto the same wall is preferable and it would be positioned on anti-vibration mounts upon stainless steel brackets or a polyslab.  If this is not a suitable option for you then it is possible to be quite creative when it comes to discretely locating your outdoor unit; we can run pipes through wardrobes, roof spaces, garages, etc. in order to locate your outdoor unit in an unobtrusive, yet energy efficient, location.  These options can be discussed with our air conditioning technician when he visits to assess your air conditioning requirements.

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Multi Split Systems

A multi split system air conditioner or multi plus split air system is a great choice if you want to air condition more than one area and need to individually control the climate of each room.  It is also a great alternative to a ducted system, if roof and under floor space is limited.
Multi split air conditioning systems can have several indoor units connected to one outdoor unit; the indoor units can be wall mounted, floor standing, ceiling cassettes, bulkhead units plus more and are connected by pipes and cables to one outdoor unit. A super-multi split air conditioning system can have up to four indoor heads connected to one outdoor unit. Whereas a super-multi plus split air conditioning system can have up to nine indoor heads connected to one outdoor unit. They come in different energy sizes, the smallest outdoor unit being 5.2kW and the largest 15.5kW

The capacity of the outdoor unit determines how many indoor units can be run at full capacity simultaneously. These are all connected to an outdoor unit. It would be unusual that the living area unit would need to be run at the same time as the bedroom units, therefore an outdoor unit should be sufficient for the maximum capacity being used would be used during the day.

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Ducted Systems

A ducted air conditioner is a great choice if you want to air condition more than one room or area.

A ducted air conditioning system has an indoor and outdoor unit; the indoor unit can be placed in your roof cavity or under the floor of your house (subject to access).  Pipes and cables to the outdoor unit then connect the indoor unit. Duct is connected to the indoor unit to service different areas of your house, via floor, ceiling or wall grilles.  It is also possible to run ‘droppers’ from the roof to the ceiling of your ground floor, to service your downstairs area.  These droppers can be hidden within wardrobes, and be made to look as part of the construction of your house.  This can be assessed by our air conditioning technician when he visits to discuss your air conditioning requirements.

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