Fujitsu Air Conditioning – What You Need to Know Before Buying

Types of Air Conditioners:

Air conditioning systems come in all sorts of shapes and sizes based on functionality and purpose. There are three main types of residential air con for homes; split system, ducted or evaporative.

Split systems are a mounted unit that is installed on the wall of the designated area for cooling/heating. These units are a cost-effective option if you only need one to two rooms air conditioned. Ducted and evaporative systems cool/heat an entire house through ducting pipes which emit air via vents on the ceiling.

About Fujitsu:

With a long history of electronic innovation, Fujitsu Electric was founded in Tokyo, 1936. In 1973, Fujitsu established its first Australian headquarters and quickly became a popular pick within the Australian air conditioning market due to their high energy efficiency.

Pros of Fujitsu Air Con:

  • Human sensor which automatically turns to energy saving mode when people leave the room
  • Low noise levels
  • ‘Anywair’ app which allows control of your unit when not at home

Cons of Fujitsu Air Con:

  • High upfront costs
  • Ducted systems can be rather loud

The Importance of Choosing the Right Air Conditioner:

Don’t waste your time & money installing air conditioning that isn’t suitable for your home. Find what’s best for your budget and lifestyle by reading reviews, comparing multiple quotes and speaking to CEC accredited installers.

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