Our aircon installation process is simple and straightforward, leaving no room for errors. However, we recognize that proper installation is crucial for optimal performance of your aircon. Our technicians are knowledgeable in various model specifications, enabling them to install your AC unit conveniently. A minor placement error can adversely affect the overall performance of your air conditioner.
We value your comfort and convenience and believe that you should have uninterrupted access to an aircon unit, especially in areas with tropical climates.
Step 1: Selecting a suitable installation spot
The first step in split AC installation is to choose a wall that is sturdy enough to withstand the vibrations and shocks produced by the unit. This is especially important if you plan to install the indoor and outdoor units on the same wall. A solid wall can minimize the impact of vibrations on your building structure and ensure safety for you and your family. Our technicians prefer to install the AC unit at a minimum height of 7 feet for easy maintenance and service.
Step 2: Mounting the plate and drilling a hole
To ensure a secure and level installation, we use a spirit level and measuring tape to mount the plate at zero degrees. This ensures that the AC unit sits flush against the wall. Afterward, we drill holes for the wires and pipes and connect the two units.
Step 3: Installing the indoor unit
We gently lift the indoor unit, remove any protective covers, and mount it onto the plate. We run the wires and pipes out of the drilled holes and screw the unit into place. We ensure that the copper pipes have no sharp bends for optimal performance.
Step 4: Selecting a suitable installation spot for the outdoor unit
We choose a spot for the outdoor unit that is at least 30 centimeters away from the wall. This ensures that the AC unit cools efficiently. We prioritize a location that does not receive direct sunlight to prevent any potential impact on the AC’s performance.
Step 5: Securing the outdoor unit with screws
We drill holes for the holding brackets, lift the outdoor unit, and screw it tightly onto the wall. The holding brackets ensure that the unit remains secure against the wall.
Step 6: Connecting the wires
After placing both units, we connect the wires. We start with any connections between the two units, following the manufacturer’s instructions if a connection diagram is provided. We then connect the main power supply to the electrical ports of your home.
Step 7: Connecting the copper wires
Finally, we use a vacuum pump to connect all the copper wires. Afterward, we close the flair nuts and open the gas valves to allow the gas to flow.