As you will see with some of our examples, installations can vary considerably. Whether it be noise factors, visual considerations or concerns about limiting access or space around your home, it is really helpful to get an idea of what can and can't be done and the options you have to make sure you are happy with the locations of both the indoor and outdoor units.
All the wall split systems listed on the website include back to back installation in the price. If your installation varies from a standard back to back, browsing our installation examples will give you a good idea on how much it may cost you depending on your situation.
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Room size guide
The cheapest and easiest installation
Units mounted on wall brackets or around corners
Units on roofs, internal walls or special situations
The cost of installation can vary wildly simple because some situations require more time and material.
Generally you don't want the outdoor unit located:
A lot of people debate over whether to spend the extra money. We can say that we've never had a customer complain once the installation is done. It's always worth it.
If you are able to install back-to-back then great, but it's not always that simple.
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