Please see below brief explanations of the air conditioning system types we install for our customers. When you call us for a quotation, we will visit you and carry out a free survey to understand your requirements and discuss all available options. Our quotation will explain the optimal heating/cooling capacity for your needs and we will assist you in selecting the best brands and products for your home and business.


Single Split System

A single-split system consists of an indoor unit connected to its own outdoor unit. It is the simplest and most common method of air conditioning. It is useful when installing a small number of air conditioning systems at a property. However, when installing multiple units, there may be space constraints and aesthetic considerations. One of the advantages of this system is that repairs and maintenance are easy in case of malfunctions or refrigerant leaks. Additionally, installation is straightforward.

Multi Split System

A multi-split system features multiple indoor units connected to one outdoor unit. Typically, it can accommodate up to a maximum of 5 indoor units, and the customer can choose each indoor type according to their preference. While this system is considered more aesthetically pleasing as it takes up minimal space, the installation process demands advanced technical skills and incurs higher costs. Our company recommends the most efficient system tailored to your situation and requirements.


Wall Mounted Unit

  • A wall-mounted unit first comes to the customer’s mind when considering air conditioning systems thanks to its wide adoption and cost-effectiveness.
  • The units are compact and typically provide both heating and cooling for individual spaces. Therefore, it is an excellent choice if you desire better efficiency or want to cool only specific parts of your home or business.
  • However, suitable wall space for mounting the unit is required. While they are considered much more energy-efficient compared to other options, installing one unit in each room to cover the entire house can become costly.
  • Some brands provide colour options such as white, black/white, and titanium for their premium models.

Standard 4 Way Cassette Unit

  • Cassette units are highly regarded for their aesthetics and their functionality. They are installed directly into the ceiling or can be suspended from it, attaching to concealed air pipes throughout the building.
  • As their four-way direction air flows benefit cooling big spaces, they are primarily installed in various businesses, such as restaurants, pubs, shops, and large office spaces.
  • Even for small places, a compact cassette type (600mmx600mm) could be an option with the same cooling power as a standard type. This type is becoming more popular since its appearance appears flush with the ceiling, leaving more space for adjacent walls.
  • However, compared to wall-mounted units, cassette-type units require more complex installation techniques, resulting in higher costs.

Floor Mounted (Console) Unit

  • When space is limited for wall-mounted units, floor-mounted units are recommended. This type is particularly advantageous in conservatories, loft rooms, or sloped ceilings, as it expels heating/cooling both upwards and downwards simultaneously. Its form factor makes it a practical solution.
  • This unit offers the advantages of wall-mounted units and performs better when operating the heating function. Since warm air flow disperses at the foot level, warm air naturally rises and effectively fills the space with warmth.
  • This unit excels not only in terms of functionality but also in design. It can be installed under windows as well as on the wall, making it possible to install it in inconspicuous spaces where it won’t be prominently visible.

Under Ceiling Unit

  • This air conditioning unit is an intelligent approach that can be used in conference rooms or auditoriums as the air distributed could reach a significant distance from the unit, giving it a substantial coverage area.
  • Installed tight to both wall and ceiling, these have a direct airflow range of up to 8 metres. They are ideal for every situation where heat is an issue. A stainless-steel under-ceiling unit for commercial kitchens in restaurants is ideal for easy cleaning.
  • It is also ideal in an application where there is no ceiling void for a cassette or a ducted unit to be installed. This unit has a wide capacity range of 6.0kw to 14.0kw, which perfectly suits any application.

Ducted Unit

  • Ducted units are the most expensive and beautiful for your property as they are nearly “invisible”. These units boast quiet operation and advanced component design.
  • The intelligent programming also allows these ducted systems to be energy efficient, resulting in lower energy consumption and bills.
  • While a ducted unit comes with a fully recessed appearance, it requires pipe-running to be completed during the construction of a new or renovated property, so it is unsuitable for already constructed homes/buildings. This system uses a central unit to cool or heat your entire home/building through a series of ducts and vents, which means it requires a large space in the ceiling.


  • VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) and VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) are two terms for the same technology. Initially developed as VRV, which was a trademark of Daikin, other companies adopting this technology refer to it as VRF systems.
  • As a multi-system for buildings such as hospitals, schools, and hotels, it is a system configured to connect multiple indoor units to a single outdoor unit, allowing for a flexible selection of indoor unit types and featuring various functions through refrigerant control.
  • Projects of this magnitude require advanced technology and experience. We have successfully delivered such tasks and can provide customized services to clients based on our diverse experience and the size of the project.