Hi its my first time installing aircon. I am going to install a Sys 3 inverter in my house. Went to gain city ask for quotation already. The salesman told me the pricing for all 4 brands that I am looking at. LG - $3008 Mit Starmex - $3288 Mit Heavy Industries - $3198 and Toshiba - $3478. With extended warranty and upgrade to Armaflex 1/2 inch including metal brackets. Can someone advise me which model is the best value for money ?
My house`s sys 3 Sanyo has a problem..whenever my parents room turn on their AC, the unit in my room will have no cold air at all. as soon as they off their`s, the cold air will start generating in my room`s ac unit.
Saw an advertisement in ST Calssified on this brand "KIMURA"Air Con (Sorry I cannot post link). Called Aircon Design and they said is Japanese with NEA 4 ticks and the fan coil comes with build in Air cleaner targeting on Singapore Haze and that they are receiving very positive enquiry on this... Tempted but had not gone down to check on it and hope to get more info...... anyone??
2 brands that comes with System 5 models are Daikin (5MKS100LSG) and Toshiba (RAS5M41UACV).
However, the outdoor condensing unit is usually very big in dimension hence it would be the best to do some measurement before you proceed with purchase so as to ensure that it can fit into your window opening and ensure that the height of the condenser will not cause a blockage when you open your windows.
Another thing to consider will be to check the running amp for these models to ensure that it can be supported by the power limitation for your unit.
Usually system 5 is not used for HDB. Check with the stores or your appointed installers and they will be in a better position to advise.
You might want to consider 1 x System 3 + 1 x System 2 instead or 1 x system 4 + 1 x system 1
If you are getting your place renovated, you might want to approach your ID to quote together with the reno so that it would be easier for you to coordinate. This however would be up to your individual discretion.
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