- What is the difference between Single and Multi Split systems and which do I buy?
- Do I need a Ducted System in my house?
- For my family house, what type of an air conditioner should I buy?
- I live in an apartment, what type of an air conditioner would you recommend I should buy?
- What is the difference between Ceiling Concealed and Ducted systems?
- I live in an area prone to high humidity. Will the air conditioner help to dehumidify the room?
- What size air conditioner do I typically need to meet the cooling and heating needs for my home?
- Who can I speak to about selecting the right air conditioner for my home?
- Where do I go to buy an MHI air conditioner?
- I want to replace my old air conditioner. Should my replacement be the same size?
A Single Split system air conditioner consists of one indoor unit connected to one outdoor unit and can only effectively heat or cool one room. A Multi Split system can connect multiple indoor units to one outdoor unit and can be used to heat or cool multiple rooms. To determine which one you should buy contact your local dealer who will help you decide which option best meets your needs.
Depending on how many rooms you wish to heat or cool, and the size of your house, ducted air conditioners can be a more economical option over split systems. If you do not have roof space or room for ducting, ducted is not an option for your home. To determine if you need a ducted system in your house contact your local MHI dealer who will help you make the right choice.
When choosing an air conditioner you need to consider a number of different elements including, the size and shape of your room, the orientation of your house, the number of windows and the direction they are facing, as well as the style of your house. All these factors can impact the type and capacity air conditioner you should purchase. Get in contact with your local dealer today who will help you determine the best system that meets your air conditioning needs.
Single or Multi Split Systems are typically used in apartments due to the space limitations. Apartments tend to have smaller living spaces and limited outdoor space. This means that they need smaller capacity units to deliver the desired room temperature. Contact your local dealer find out what type or AC will work best for your apartment.
A Ceiling Concealed system has very little static and little to no duct. They are designed to heat or cool one room. Ducted Systems have higher static pressure and allow ducting to be connected. They are designed to heat or cool your whole house.
Yes! In both dry and cooling mode, the processes within the air conditioner will help remove the humidity from your room.
A number of factors impact the size of the AC unit for your home. Factors such as building material, shading, structure, orientation, floor coverings and what your AC is required for will all impact the sizing of your AC. For the best advice on your room sizing needs contact your local dealer.
Our local MHI dealers can answer all your questions and help you select the right air conditioner for your home. To find your local dealer click here.
Our air conditioners are available at a number of different retail or dealer outlets. To find your closest local stockist click here.
Depending on the age of your old air conditioner it is not always guaranteed that your replacement will be the same size. Your local MHI dealer will be able to clarify the perfect capacity size for your AC needs.