Sales & Installation

Our certified technicians are prepared to install a wide array of residential systems within your home.

Browse each of the following sections to get a better sense of our current range of Mitsubishi machines.

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Single Head Split Systems

These systems are designed to efficiently and effectively cool a single room or air space. They use a single indoor unit connected by refrigerant pipework to an external outdoor unit.

High Wall-Mounted Split System

This is the most commonly sold type of domestic air conditioner in the world. It consists of a quiet, slim, wall-mounted unit connected to an efficient outdoor unit.

Floor-Mounted Split System

Do you have large windows or very little wall space? These compact floor-mounted units may suit your application. The indoor unit is mounted at floor level and the refrigerant pipework can either run down through the floor or out through the wall to connect to an external outdoor unit.

Ceiling Cassette Split System

With this type of system, the bulk of the indoor unit is mounted in the conventional roof space above the ceiling whilst the visible face of the indoor unit is mounted on the ceiling itself. The refrigerant pipework is normally run within the roof space before connecting to the outdoor unit.

Ceiling Concealed or Bulkhead Systems

If you do not have conventional roof space above your head, these systems may be an option for you. The indoor unit can be built into an exposed bulkhead. In the end, all that’s visible is a supply air grille and a return air grille. The refrigerant pipework would normally exit through the rear of the bulkhead and connect to the outdoor unit.

Floor-Mounted Split System

Do you have large windows or very little wall space? These compact floor-mounted units may suit your application. The indoor unit is mounted at floor level and the refrigerant pipework can either run down through the floor or out through the wall to connect to an external outdoor unit.

Ceiling Cassette Split System

With this type of system, the bulk of the indoor unit is mounted in the conventional roof space above the ceiling whilst the visible face of the indoor unit is mounted on the ceiling itself. The refrigerant pipework is normally run within the roof space before connecting to the outdoor unit.

Ceiling Concealed or Bulkhead Systems

If you do not have conventional roof space above your head, these systems may be an option for you. The indoor unit can be built into an exposed bulkhead. In the end, all that’s visible is a supply air grille and a return air grille. The refrigerant pipework would normally exit through the rear of the bulkhead and connect to the outdoor unit.

Multi Head Split Systems

These systems are designed to efficiently and effectively cool multiple rooms or areas. They use between two and eight indoor units connected by refrigerant pipework to a single outdoor unit. This type of system allows the flexibility to cool each of the spaces that a family regularly inhabits.

Ducted Systems

These systems are the most aesthetically pleasing of our entire range of domestic air conditioners. Ducted systems are specifically engineered to cool the whole home or very large areas at one time.

With a ducted unit, the whole home can be maintained at a constant temperature with no noise – just whisper-quiet operation.

The system consists of a single indoor fan coil unit, which is located either in a conventional roof space or under the floor. This unit is connected by refrigerant pipework to an external outdoor unit.

Ducted Systems

These systems are the most aesthetically pleasing of our entire range of domestic air conditioners. Ducted systems are specifically engineered to cool the whole home or very large areas at one time.

With a ducted unit, the whole home can be maintained at a constant temperature with no noise – just whisper-quiet operation.

The system consists of a single indoor fan coil unit, which is located either in a conventional roof space or under the floor. This unit is connected by refrigerant pipework to an external outdoor unit.