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Split System Air Conditioning in Newcastle

How Split System Air Conditioning Works

Contact Breeze Air Conditioning for a quality reverse-cycle split system air conditioner. Reverse-cycle units both heat and cool your room, depending on the setting. Split systems make use of an indoor component and an outdoor unit, allowing for application and installation in difficult spots. The two units are attached via a refrigeration pipe, with the indoor unit available as wall mounted, floor standing, ceiling cassette or bulk head.

Split system air conditioning gives you more control

Split systems give you a great deal of control over your room’s temperature, often fitted with automatic timing options. This makes them ideal for shift workers or people with busy lives because you can program them to automatically turn on and switch off at various times, 7 days of the week. Add on wi-fi and you can control the temperature before you even get home, all from your smart phone!


Call our Newcastle team on 02 4948 5309 for more information on the brands we stock or to get a free quote including installation. We also service Maitland and Port Macquarie

Our Split Air Conditioning Range


Daikin Zena

Best for:

  • Modern contemporary rooms
  • Heating or cooling a small area of your home
  • Maintaining room ambiance

Daikin Alira

Best for:

  • Heating or cooling of small to large rooms
  • Those that are conscious of energy usage
  • Maintaining room ambience

Daikin Cora

Best for:

  • Heating or cooling of small to large rooms
  • Those that are conscious of energy usage
  • Maintaining room ambience

Daikin Lite System

Best for:

  • Heating or cooling of small to large rooms
  • Those looking for economical air conditioning
  • When floor standing units are not an option

Daikin Floor Standing

Best for:

  • Heating or cooling of small rooms
  • Those requiring a small installation footprint
  • Colder climates where heating is a priority

What are the benefits of split system air conditioning?

Why choose a split system air conditioning system over a conventional centralised air system? There are numerous reasons why going for a split system may be a better fit for you and your home. Here are just a few of the benefits that choosing a split system air conditioning system could offer you:

Easy, Quick Installation

Because a split system air conditioning system doesn’t require extensive ducting, a unit is fast and easy to install. That means minimal disruption, no property damage, and climate control in your home without having to wait for ducting to be completed in the process.

Energy-efficient design

On average, split system air conditioning systems use less energy than more extensive systems. Because you aren’t losing energy through a duct system, you’re getting the full benefit of your air conditioning system in the room you’re in. That means even rooms without ventilation or great airflow get the full, cooling benefits.

Practical Programming

Modern split system air conditioning systems allow for full programming. That means you can set up your climate control to come on as you walk in through the door, or to activate periodically throughout the day to keep pets and family members cool. Hands-off air conditioning at an affordable price point.

Complete climate control

Unlike centralised air systems, split system air conditioning systems allow for full climate control. That means you’re able to both heat and cool rooms depending on your specific needs and requirements, providing you with 100% control over your interior environments.

Little maintenance required

Split system air conditioning systems are generally comprised as one or several units that work solo. That means there’s no need for extensive maintenance beyond the basics, and your system is far more likely to stay in top condition for longer.

Flexibility in the home

Not everyone likes their space to be at the same temperature. That’s where multiple split system air conditioning units come in handy. With the option for separate operation in each room, every member of your family can keep their space exactly as they like it – no arguments required.

Still Unsure?

If you’re still unsure about whether split system air conditioning is the right choice for your home, check out our blog: How to choose the right air conditioning for your home. Additionally give us a call 02 4948 5309 or contact us online to speak to an expert!

Why choose us to install your splitt system air conditioning?

At Breeze Air Conditioning, we have years of experience repairing and installing both split system and ducted air conditioning systems across Newcastle, Maitland, and Port Macquarie. Our qualified and trained technicians are friendly and knowledgeable, and we pride ourselves on offering the highest levels of customers service in every job we take on.

If you’re looking for air conditioning experts in Newcastle who will help you choose the right air conditioning system for your property and ensure that your air conditioning is up and running quickly and efficiently, contact us at Breeze Air Conditioning today.

How our service works

At Breeze Air Conditioning, we work with split system air conditioning systems across Newcastle and surrounding areas. Our professional air conditioning technicians can repair, service, and install split system air conditioning units at competitive rates for both commercial and domestic customers.

What’s more, we keep our services simple. We’ll help you at every stage, ensuring that you’re fully informed of your options at every point.

Our split system air conditioning installation service in Newcastle is simple.

  1. Choose your split system air conditioning system, with the help of our expert advisors.
  2. Arrange your payment and installation date.
  3. One of our licensed installers will come out to you on the date you choose to set up your split system air conditioning, as well as showing you how to use and care for it.

Quality split system air conditioning just for you

At Breeze Air Conditioning, our air conditioning experts are here to help you find the perfect air conditioning system for your needs. We can supply and install a range of split system air conditioning units in homes and offices around Newcastle, Maitland, and Port Macquarie.

We're the Split Air Conditioning Experts

Ready to install a split system air conditioning system in your property in Newcastle, Maitland or Port Macquarie? Then Breeze Air is the best team for the job. Get in touch with us today, either online or over the phone on 02 4948 5309 to get a free quote for our services, and to arrange a date for us to come out and install a brand-new air conditioning system in your property.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve got questions about our split system air conditioning services, read our more frequently asked questions below or contact us to ask any other questions you have.

The main thing to remember is to clean your air conditioning system filter regularly. Your system might indicate that the filter needs cleaning with a flashing light, or you can simply clean your air conditioner’s filter regularly: once a season in the home, or once a month in a commercial setting should be enough.

Split system air conditioning systems have a good life expectancy of up to around 20 years, making them longer lasting than the average central air conditioning system.

In hot weather, you can use your air conditioning system in a more energy-efficient way by turning it on earlier in the day, which means it has to work less hard to cool your home down. You can also ensure your air conditioning system is running efficiently by cleaning the filters regularly and having your air conditioning services at least once a year.

When it comes to choosing and installing a split system, you’ll need to consider factors. The size of your room will determine the cooling or heating capacity of your split system. A system that’s too small won’t cool or heat your room effectively, while one that’s too big will consume more power than necessary.

Energy efficiency is another important consideration. Look for systems with a high Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and Coefficient of Performance (COP) to reduce power consumption and environmental impact. Lastly, consider the position for installation. The indoor and outdoor units should be installed where they won’t be obtrusive and where airflow will not be blocked for maximum efficiency.

If your unit doesn’t get cold after you turn it on for the first time, don’t panic. It might just need a little time to start operating efficiently. However, if after a few hours, it still isn’t producing cool air, there are a few things you could check.

Ensure the thermostat is set to a lower temperature than the current room temperature. Also, make sure the mode is set to cool. If these settings are correct, check if the air filters are clean and the outdoor unit is not blocked. If none of these troubleshooting tips help, it’s best to call the professionals.

If you can feel cold air coming out of your split system but the room isn’t getting any cooler, it could be a case of the unit being too small for the room. Other potential reasons could include poor insulation, too much sunlight entering the room or other appliances in the room producing a significant amount of heat. If you’ve addressed all these possible issues and there’s still a problem, it might be time to call us.

For the optimal performance of your split system, it’s recommended to clean the filters every two to four weeks. This timeframe can depend on how often the system is used, the air quality in your area and whether there are pets. The filters should be replaced every few months or as specified in the unit’s user manual.

Regular servicing of your split system is important to ensure its longevity and efficiency. Certain signs that your system might need servicing include unusual noises, a decrease in performance, an increase in energy consumption and ineffective cooling or heating. Also, if you notice a musty smell when the system is running, this could indicate that the system needs cleaning or that there’s mould growth, which should be addressed immediately.