Jim’s Air Conditioning is your local expert when it comes to multi head split systems. We repair and install any brand you care to name.
What Are Multi Head Split Systems?
A split system is the sort of reverse cycle air conditioner that has an outdoor unit and most often a wall mounted ‘head’ inside. The multi head is a version of the split system that allows for more than one head or outlet in your home.
You can run up to 8 independent heads from the same outdoor unit. It can perform the same function as a ducted system in situations where there are multiple floors and/or limited ceiling space for ducts. Jim’s has technicians with extensive experience in the installation of all types of split system air cons.
What’s more, we can do it at a time that is most convenient for you owing to our 24/7 availability at the same price. That’s right - you can book us on weekends, public holidays or evenings and pay the same. And if you’re after prompt service, Jim’s aims to see to your air conditioning dilemma in only one hour* from the time you get in touch. That’s prompt.
Advantages of a Multi Head Split System
A multi head split system air conditioner is the most flexible air conditioning option. It’s perfect for all sorts of scenarios such as wanting to have a large living space air conditioned along with bedrooms serviced by smaller, quieter heads. The best thing is that you can have one head working and all the rest off or even have different temperatures for each head at the same time. They work independently, unlike the zones you have with ducted systems. Here’s a quick rundown of the advantages:
Ideal for multi storey properties
Only one outdoor unit
Independent control of each head
Easy to install
More secure than window AC
More than One Multi Head
Not only can you run up to 8 different heads from the single outdoor AC unit of a multi split system, but you can also have several different styles of head to suit specific rooms. You don’t have to have the standard wall mounted head everywhere. Often you can’t fit it into a bedroom where the appropriate wall space has been taken by a wardrobe or built in. Instead, you can have a ceiling mounted head called a ceiling cassette unit.
And then there are floor mounted outlets, also known as floor consoles that stand on the floor and which can be recessed into the wall. The most discreet option is called bulkhead concealed, which as the name implies, requires a bulkhead into which they can be installed.
Experienced Licensed Technicians
Jim’s Air Conditioning has the expert air conditioning technicians you need to put in any of these multi head systems. They have continuing training to ensure that they are familiar with all the famous brands and the various models on offer. Mitsubishi, Daikin, LG, Samsung, Toshiba and Rinnai are just a few of the brands they know their way around.
Interest Free Air Conditioning
If you really want to get your air conditioning in order but don’t have the funds just now, there is a way to do it and it’s not putting it on the credit card. Zero deposit interest free** payment plans can be sorted out at the same time that you have a technician around to deal with your air conditioner because they can guide you through the simple online application in mere minutes. So don’t swelter or freeze - ring Jim’s Air Conditioning.
Multi Head Split System Price
Multi head split system price varies according to a number of factors. The most obvious effect on the price is how many heads the condenser can support and the amount of heads that need to be installed. Another thing that will affect the price is the brand. Some brands are more expensive than others.
But generally speaking, multi head split system prices compare very favourably with ducted reverse cycle air conditioners while doing the same job just as effectively
Multi Head Split Systems FAQs
Jim's Air Conditioning is a split system expert and has all the answers you need.
How many heads can you have on a multi head split system?
It depends on the brand and the model, but the maximum for the popular brands is eight. That doesn’t mean that you have to have all eight heads, but if you just wanted to do two or three rooms, a system that just runs that many would be preferable.
What’s the cheapest to run - ducted or split?
Generally speaking, split systems are cheaper because you have more control over how hard you work the system.