Samsung Air Conditioners Review

Are They The Right Choice?

Samsung is a well-established brand and manufacturer, founded in 1969 in South Korea.

Samsung’s air conditioner models are more focused on commercial and their range only provides a few types of air conditioners suitable for a household. These include split systems, multi-split systems and cassette air conditioners. While the types of air conditioners available may be few they do come in a large array of sizes suitable for an assortment of rooms, areas and households.

Samsung has a standard rating when it comes to energy efficiency however are extremely user-friendly.

Samsung air conditioners are not cheap but their effectiveness and smartphone compatibility can make their high price tag worth it to some consumers.

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IMPORTANT: When installing an air conditioning system, they MUST be done by a licensed installer. This is due to the handling requirements of the ozone-depleting refrigerant gas. Installers should have the ARCtick approval (ARC = Australian Refrigeration Council).
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