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Old 01-08-2014, 10:45 AM   #4696
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To The_King,

I think its more for visual purposes...
Insulation is more to minimize condensation @ indoor areas.
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:23 PM   #4697
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Hi guys,

Just recently ordered a Panasonic System 3 Inverter system for my new place.

Compressor: CU3S27MKZ
FCU 9K x 2: CS-S9PKZW
FCU 12K x 1: CS-S12PKZW

Details: Armaflex 1/2 Inches Class 1 Insulation / G23 Copper Pipe/ 16mm drainage PVC pipe/ Singapore Made Premium Grade Control Wiring (Sigma)

Total: $2,799 + $150 for SS bracket.

Sounds ok?
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:52 PM   #4698
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[QUOTE=aLpHa-Ev7;87517273]Hi guys,

Just recently ordered a Panasonic System 3 Inverter system for my new place.

Compressor: CU3S27MKZ
FCU 9K x 2: CS-S9PKZW
FCU 12K x 1: CS-S12PKZW

Details: Armaflex 1/2 Inches Class 1 Insulation / G23 Copper Pipe/ 16mm drainage PVC pipe/ Singapore Made Premium Grade Control Wiring (Sigma)

Total: $2,799 + $150 for SS bracket.

10 Things You Should Know Before Buying an Air-Conditioner ...
look for this website .
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Old 01-08-2014, 06:00 PM   #4699
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[QUOTE=AirProjectServices;87517910]
Hi guys,

Just recently ordered a Panasonic System 3 Inverter system for my new place.

Compressor: CU3S27MKZ
FCU 9K x 2: CS-S9PKZW
FCU 12K x 1: CS-S12PKZW

Details: Armaflex 1/2 Inches Class 1 Insulation / G23 Copper Pipe/ 16mm drainage PVC pipe/ Singapore Made Premium Grade Control Wiring (Sigma)

Total: $2,799 + $150 for SS bracket.

10 Things You Should Know Before Buying an Air-Conditioner ...
look for this website .
Provide the link? Anything related to my purchase?

I have read quite a bit of feedback on forums and some websites.
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Old 01-08-2014, 09:31 PM   #4700
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Provide the link? Anything related to my purchase?

I have read quite a bit of feedback on forums and some websites.
Alpha mind sharing where you ordered? Think your needs match mine

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Old 02-08-2014, 09:44 PM   #4701
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Here is the standard charges quoted by everyone

PowerPoint: $250
Stain Steel Bracket : $150

Extended warranty 1+ 4 (Include Fan coil and compressor)= $300 (Some (like GC, Courts) covers part of package some additional cost, some do not offer)
Installation warranty part of package( 3 years to 5 years)

Another important factor to be considered is installation time: Typically 1 month delay by the time Hot whether for this year will be over.

Need to negotiate : No transportation / Diagnostics charges
Support Time: Can they fix with in 72 working hours solve the problem or drag drag no spare-parts for 1 or 2 months.

I called some of the contractors directly for power point, I was quoted $150. Is this covers only Power point for Compressor or Include all Fan coil which is not sure.

Hope some deal out soon..
care to share your installer for power point?
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Old 03-08-2014, 10:46 PM   #4702
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Can check, why no one talk about Toshiba aircon? Went to GC and was introduced Toshiba, the SM told me it's the only made in Japan compressor. So I thought the quality should be better?
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Can check, why no one talk about Toshiba aircon? Went to GC and was introduced Toshiba, the SM told me it's the only made in Japan compressor. So I thought the quality should be better?
yes ...Toshiba is a very good Inverter air con .
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:22 PM   #4704
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To aLpHa-Ev7,

This price seems ok for 1/2 insulation upgrade.
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:57 PM   #4705
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To aLpHa-Ev7,

This price seems ok for 1/2 insulation upgrade.
Thanks Terumo.

Hoping all will go well with the installation, as I have one unit that is quite far from the compressor and the piping has to go through kitchen and the toilet to reach the FCU.
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Old 05-08-2014, 12:49 AM   #4706
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Dear all, need some help here. My relative is installing aircon soon but he got a built in cabinet that block the piping way. Is there any good and reliable carpenter to recommend to dismantle the built in cabinet and put in back after installed aircon?? Thanks in advance
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Old 05-08-2014, 10:52 AM   #4707
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Has any bro here used this air con company, Cool Aire, before? Any feedback regarding their workmanship and quality of work?

I'm in quite a hurry to replace my current AC system before the arrival of our baby (~5 weeks), and many other companies have a longer lead time.
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Old 06-08-2014, 08:01 PM   #4708
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Midea aircon

Looking for a system 3 (living 18k btu + 2 bedroom 9k btu) + single split (master bedroom 9k btu), and Midea seems to be the lowest priced. On a super tight budget so it seems very attractive. But not sure the actual performance.

Very few users and reviews of Midea aircon.... i need to know the actual experience with this brand. Appreciate if more reviews are provided. Thanks.
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Looking for a system 3 (living 18k btu + 2 bedroom 9k btu) + single split (master bedroom 9k btu), and Midea seems to be the lowest priced. On a super tight budget so it seems very attractive. But not sure the actual performance.

Very few users and reviews of Midea aircon.... i need to know the actual experience with this brand. Appreciate if more reviews are provided. Thanks.
China brand...how is the pricing? Y nt get sys4..
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Old 06-08-2014, 10:22 PM   #4710
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you should try mitsubishi. I had my aircon serviced by a company servicing recently and they're quite good and inexpensive. heard that they does installation too. can try to call them at 93889301
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