High wall split systems are the most popular and cost-effective way of air conditioning your home on a tight budget. While it doesn’t have the capacity to air conditioning your whole house, it certainly does the job in the room the indoor unit is installed.

A split system is divided into two parts: one for inside use and one for outside use. These systems are known for being quiet and energy efficient, and they are relatively easy to install (due to the lack of ductwork).

Indoor unit. The part of an air conditioning unit that is located inside the house and provides the ‘conditioned’ air. A heat exchange coil, filters, a remote signal receiver, and a fan are all included in this unit.

Outdoor unit. The compressor, propeller fan, circuit board, and heat exchange coil are all found in this section of an air conditioning system. It’s outside, and it circulates refrigerant to and from its indoor counterpart. This component is commonly referred to as a ‘condenser’ or a ‘heat exchanger.’

In terms of energy efficiency, a split system with the highest ENERGY STAR rating not only helps to keep the environment clean, but it also helps to lower your monthly power bill by using less energy.


If you don’t have ductwork, a split air conditioner is a good choice because you won’t have to pay extra to have ductwork installed in each room.

The single system provides adequate heating or cooling within a small area. It can be used in conjunction with other sources to make your home more comfortable.

Split air conditioning systems have the advantage of being able to expand with additional air outlets for additional rooms. A multi-split air conditioner installation has individual thermostats that allow for individual control of turning on and off as needed.

The copper tubing connecting the outside compressor to each air outlet is the only additional installation required with additional air outlets.\

Another major benefit of split type units is that they are much quieter to operate. The compressor component of window units is located in your home due to their all-in-one design, which causes a lot of buzzing and rattling. Because the compressor is located outside in a split system, you will hear very little.


At least once a year, we recommend servicing your Split System Air Conditioner. Because your system is constantly circulating air, dust and dirt will accumulate on the filters and coil. Your Split System Air Conditioner, like your car, needs to be serviced on a regular basis to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Our highly skilled technicians provide top-notch maintenance services. They are all certified in their field of expertise, and we strive to ensure that all services are completed to the satisfaction of our customers.

It’s critical to keep your Split System Air Conditioner clean and in good working order if you have one. You’ll stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter, with no strange odors blowing through your house. A full service once a year will ensure that your Split System Air Conditioner is performing at its best.