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maur_james 16-05-2016 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101362379)
Bukit timah

This must be D.I.S...

Hottyhot 16-05-2016 11:21 AM

I thought DIs say no need to upgrade cos all the cable, piping good enough?

meowkat 16-05-2016 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101362379)
Bukit timah

hi, maybe you can try call the alexandra one, over the phone and in person at store, she told me can install by 30sep 2016. u can email daikin.. their reply is the same..
but GSS round the corner... hmmm

ksrokiller 16-05-2016 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101381237)
Are they good

Quite ok but note the insulation used is not armaflex but this kemflex brand at that time when i bought.not sure if is long lasting but when i bought with qoo10 discount is really good price at that time but now they increase price already but still competitive.

wwh5210 16-05-2016 01:20 PM

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Originally Posted by noinimod (Post 101361103)
Just did my starmex system4 yesterday, very pleased with the results.

Guys, i highly recommend the upgraded materials. There's only 4 main materials to take note of - insulation, copper piping, drainage pipe and wires.

You don't want to be the person who finds out one year later that the wires corroded and you have to redo the whole house because the installer stinged on the quality.

Insulation: 1/2" armaflex. Cheap companies always give 3/8" option.

Copper piping: G22/G21. You'll rarely find people using G21. The smaller the number, the thicker the pipe i.e. G21 is thicker than G22. Cheap companies always use G23. G22 is usually the upgraded option. I opted for G21.

Drainage pipe: 16mm. Cheap option - 13mm. Smaller pipe gets plugged easily.

Electrical wiring: Make sure it's made in Singapore, brand like keystone. If it's china-made wires, stay away. Many online complains about corroded wires/signal lost etc.

Remember that air con installation is not supposed to be rocket science. I have read through a lot of online reviews/reports across the different local forums. I can safely say at least 80% of the issues are due to poor materials and/or installation technique.

Which vendor did u go to for ur aircon package? Thanks.

maur_james 16-05-2016 02:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101383238)
I thought DIs say no need to upgrade cos all the cable, piping good enough?

Upgrading is always a matter of preference, to installer and most people the specs offered by DIS should suffice, but if you kiasu of course can upgrade any or all part(s).

Hottyhot 16-05-2016 03:43 PM

So many brands and so confused... If only can one room one brand would be perfect )

Pathfinder 16-05-2016 05:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101388021)
So many brands and so confused... If only can one room one brand would be perfect )

If prices are almost the same among the reliable brands, go for extended warranty.

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Neonellore 16-05-2016 09:25 PM

For good quality Aircon service, Repair and Installation you can use RM AcElect Engg. They Provide Professional Aircon Services in Singapore

Pm me for contact info. Thanks

Neonellore 16-05-2016 09:27 PM

Good quality workmanship
 
For good quality Aircon service, Repair and Installation you can use RM AcElect Engg. They Provide Professional Aircon Services in Singapore

Pm me for contact info. Thanks

Hottyhot 16-05-2016 09:46 PM

Guess will go for mhi as they seems have more ticks and also the 3d air function . Daikin has it too but only in their high end model

ksrokiller 16-05-2016 09:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101395196)
Guess will go for mhi as they seems have more ticks and also the 3d air function . Daikin has it too but only in their high end model

where u going buy from?

Hottyhot 16-05-2016 10:44 PM

No idea yet :) anyone to recommend

ksrokiller 16-05-2016 11:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Hottyhot (Post 101396441)
No idea yet :) anyone to recommend

Harvest aire,air connection,aircon citi. And some sellers at renotalk. Can ask for quote from them They replied quite promptly to question when i was doing research to purchase aircon.

Jurong640 16-05-2016 11:44 PM

my 7 years Mitsubitshi Heavy Industries System 4 aircon going gone soon. Recently after turning on awhile, it will switch off itself. There are 2 lights showing on the unit, one yellow and one orange.

Took a look at the manual, an orange light accompanying a yellow light means something wrong with compressor. My aircon is also not cold. For the past month, had 2 aircon technicians to come and check and service. It was okay after they left, but few week later problems arise again.

Was thinking to change. Still could not differentiate what is the difference between Mitsubitshi Heavy Industries aircon and Mitsubitshi Electronics Starmex.?

Or is Daikin a better choice? What do u guys think of the Samsung triangular aircon?


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