A modern, efficient, and cost-effective air conditioner will save money on your utility bills and lessen your carbon footprint on the planet. If you have an air conditioner which is older or not working as well as it might, a new air conditioner is a good solution.
The first decision is whether to replace your existing air conditioning unit with the same type/brand or a different kind of air conditioner. This decision directly affects the costs of installation.
For example - Do you want a split system air conditioner installed? A split system may not be the right choice for some apartments as you may need to have a compressor unit installed outside the building.
If you have an existing split system and are installing a new but similar split system, installation may be much easier. If it’s a new installation, installation may be more complex and thus more expensive.
Installation costs for an air conditioner will naturally vary depending on the type of unit and location. Things that will affect your installation costs include:
- The age and state of your home or apartment, which can affect where you can install your new air conditioning unit.
- The installation position of your new air conditioner.
- The type of system installed and the interior area to be served by the new air conditioning unit.
We suggest consulting a lisenced installer for a detailed quote on your proposed installation. Your installer can help to ensure you select the right air conditioner for your home or office. Your quote will also include installation cost, which will help when comparing your air conditioning options.
The Reece range of air conditioners are sourced from the world’s best suppliers and manufacturers. Each unit offers you detailed energy efficiency ratings to ensure that you’re getting the most effective unit for your budget and the planet. Consider all your choices and get the best value for your money.
Ask your local Reece team for any information you need.