Which is Better?

Which is Better? Split System or Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning?

The age-old question; Which is better? A split system air conditioner or a ducted air conditioner? Let us explain…

First off, let’s begin by explaining what split system air conditioning is.
So a split system air conditioner is comprised of a wall-mounted air conditioning unit, that’s traditionally mounted on the wall of a living or dining room, whereas a reverse cycle with ducted air conditioning system is comprised from a variety of ducting, providing heating and cooling solutions to a variety of places within your home. A split system air conditioner is better suited if you’re looking to cool one particular room such as a bedroom or living room, or even a study.

Now, let’s move on to ducted air conditioning systems.
Ducted air conditioning is better for whole-home heating and cooling solutions. For example, if you’re building a new home, or you’re providing large renovations to an existing home.

So there you have it, split system Air conditioners are better if you are looking at doing one room or a small bunch of connected rooms. But if you’re looking for whole-home heating and cooling solutions, and we recommend adaptive reverse cycle system.

Split system vs Reverse Cycle Ducted Air Conditioning