There is much speculation as to where it all started , but the real answer lies with a man named Willis Haviland Carrier. Way back in the year 1901 Carrier graduated from the Cornel University with a masters in engineering. A year later he was challenged with a problem that had plagued a Brooklyn printing company for some time.
The problem lay with the fact that variations in temperature and humidity caused the printing paper to alter its dimension enough to cause the misalignment of the coloured inks. The introduction of the first air conditioning unit enabled a predictable environment in which a consistent product could be produced.
From there the many applications of air conditioners devised. From the simple plant created in 1902 to the sophisticated inverter and VRF systems of today
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Spit system Air conditioning is the best way to heat and cool your home. At a push of the button you can instantly bring your home to the set temperature.
These units work on thermostat control so once your desired temperature is reached the unit cuts out. Split systems Air Conditioners units are very economical to run and have considerable less carbon emission than an open fire or gas heating unit. Another major benefit for Queenslanders is all units we use have dehumidifier functions on them so if you have a home that has damp problems this function can be used to help eliminate your damp. Add to this there are many health benefits dehumidifiers have so there is no need to buy portable units if your child is ill or anyone in the family has issues that require you to have one of these devises.
We use Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air-conditioners as they have come out on top of the Choice magazine rating but we will install any unit if you have purchased one of your own.
To many people buying home air conditioners is a knee jerk reaction to unbearable heat and humidity. Having a general life span of 10—12 years, some thought and research should be given before spending your well earned savings. A little bit of time now may well save you some significant money and heartache later.
As a general rule you will get what you pay for. Split air conditioners are manufactured by many brands and come in many shapes. Spend a little time on deciding the most efficient unit that suits your needs and the long term running costs will be greatly reduced. Many people race out and buy the cheapest air con that they can not realising that the purchase price is the least expensive part of the experience. The running cost over the life of the unit will be considerably more. Check the star ratings and COP. An inverter air conditioner is generally the best way to go.
Buy a well known brand of split system, a brand that has stood the test of time. Research consumer groups such as Choice Magazine and other non-biased organisations. Some of the no-name brands may be cheaper, but if the need arises for service and spare parts arises you may be left a little short.
Be sure that back up service is available in your area. Again it is a little pointless to purchase a split system only to find that in the unfortunate case that it breaks down there is no one to repair it. Many reputable air conditioning companies will not work on lesser known brands of air conditioning systems.
Don’t take advice from a toaster salesman. It isn’t possible for salesman in large appliance stores to know everything about all of the airconditioners that they sell as well as all of the other products. Your best advice will come from the people who install and repair the units. Their knowledge of the workings of and air conditioning system will be much more valuable to you. They are less likely to be biased because of sales incentives and commissions.
So at the end of the day check the brand, check the
star ratings and check your local serviceman.
"We were extremely impressed with Green Earth Solutions, who supplied and installed air conditioniners, insulation & ventilation systems in our home. Throughout our dealings, their service and professionalism was excellent. The systems that they recommended work extremely well and the tradesmen were very professional, competent, efficient, polite and clean throughout the installations. We would highly recommend Green Earth Solutions and would have no hesitation in continuing to use their services in the future."
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