Not too sure where you should position your aircon in your home? Ask us here
With over 20+ years of experience in the aircon industry, we have come across all types of locations and aircon placement situations. Positioning of your aircon is important as with an ideal location, it can help to cool your room faster and even save on energy bills. We are able to provide a complimentary recommendation for an ideal aircon placement for your new aircon installation as long as you send us your floor plan. So what are you waiting for – scroll down and send us your floor plan now!
We are able to install all major Aircon brands in Singapore
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Types of Aircon Installation
Centralised Aircon/VRV/VRF systems are mostly installed in commercial buildings. A centralized aircon system comes in various shapes and sizes and can even be modified to use various duct openings. This system usually takes a more experienced technician to manage as the system controls a much larger number of units.
Generally, a site survey for installation jobs is recommended to make sure that the owner is clear on how the pipe routings will be based on the layout and existing furnishing in the space. A system with the right capacity can also only be determined after establishing the size of the space the needs to be cooled.
If you have any special arrangements required, reach out to us before installation begins so we can take them into account and make sure your installation goes as smoothly as possible.
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Send us your floor plan
WIth a floor plan, we can look into having an ideal positioning of your aircon along with the piping works to create an aesthetically pleasing environment for your home. Please remember to indicate your condenser’s location. Not sure what is a condenser? Check out our FAQ page here