High Wall Air Conditioners (Heat Pumps)

High Wall Air Conditioners (Heat Pumps)

A high wall air conditioner from Auckland Air Conditioning is a great all-rounder for cooling your home in summer and heating it in winter. Multiple high wall air conditioner/heat pump units can be mounted on the wall of every room you want to cool, close to the ceiling, and they are connected via ducting to outside units. We can recommend and install the Panasonic air conditioning models that are just right for creating a comfortable temperature in any room. You control each air conditioner with its own remote control, or via a smartphone app (if you choose the wifi option).

  • Ducted Heat Pump

  • Floor Console Air Conditioner

  • Cassette Air Conditioners

  • VRF System

High Wall Air Conditioners (Heat Pumps)

Highwall air conditioners, often called split air units, are a common feature in many Australian households because they are inexpensive to install. They operate quietly and are decor-friendly.

A high wall air conditioner consists of two main parts: the indoor and outdoor components. The sleek-looking indoor unit contains an air filter, a long blower, and the cooling coil; the outdoor unit houses the compressor, condenser coil, and capillary tubing or expansion coil. Both units connect with a set of electrical wires and tubing.

High wall air conditioners are generally quieter than other units because the compressor, which makes most of the noise, sits outside the room. Installation in new homes is flexible as they can be easily placed on an internal or external wall. For internal applications, the condensate can be drained away via a pump installed through the unit frame or the ceiling.



What Our Clients Say About Our Products and Services.

Been using Auckland Air Conditioning now for well over 12 years. Both from the original installation to all subsequent maintenance work and have NEVER had cause for complaint. I cannot speak highly enough of them from front of house staff to the technician that comes to the home.

Dara and James Levine