London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 06, 2010 -- These systems when in heating mode offer more energy saving, and are more cost effective than normal electric heaters. Due to the energy efficiency of the systems the government being committed to reducing the emission of gases responsible for global warming, has awarded a reduced rate of VAT to the supply and installation of heat-pump air conditioning systems, and state that âreducing the rate of VAT will encourage the increased use of such energy efficient products and will have a positive effect in reducing carbon emissionsâ.
Most people still have the mindset that air conditioning is a luxury, and expensive to run. This is definitely not the case today, as units in homes and offices can also be used as an energy efficient heating system.
More and more consumers are looking to have air conditioning systems installed into bedrooms, conservatories, kitchens, lounges and dining rooms. A wall split air conditioning system installed into these rooms is perfect. For the layman a split air conditioning system simply means that the condenser (sometimes referred to as the âoutdoor unitâ) is separated from the âindoor unit thus the meaning âsplitâ.
The benefits of these air conditioning systems are easy installation, easy maintenance, quiet operation, heating, and more importantly cost effective.
In future years to come there will be significant changes in the way we heat our homes and businesses, because most people are responsible human beings, are getting away form the burning of fossil fuels, and looking at the latest air conditioning units which also act as energy efficient heating systems.
A spokesman for Climachill an air conditioning specialist said âwe have installed wall split systems into rooms all around the house, and all systems installed by Climachill have âheat pumpâ technology which gives energy efficient heating as well, so you can live and work comfortably year roundâ.
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