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Iberdrola Air Conditioning: the best installation for your home

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Offer: WITH IBERDROLA, COMFORT IN YOUR HOME IS GUARANTEED

At Iberdrola we are experts in offering you energy services for your home. Installing your air conditioning system with us is easy and convenient. We offer you a comprehensive solution with the following benefits:

  • Energy saving thanks to low-energy equipment.
  • A wide range of the best brands.
  • Installation by MAPFRE Multiservicios, the leader in refurbishment and repairs.
  • Comfort Temperature guarantee, the one you choose for your home.
  • Free phone estimate.
  • 24-month interest-free financing.
  • Total warranty covering both the equipment and the installation.

Types of systems: AIR CONDITIONING

Air conditioning systems cool the air in the building or home while heating the air outside.

The air of the room to be conditioned, for example at 25ºC, is sucked out by the fan into the evaporator, where it is cooled and dehumidified. It is then returned to the room at about 15ºC.

In the outdoor unit the air is taken from the atmosphere (at, say, 32ºC), heated as it goes through the condenser and finally expelled at a higher temperature (around 45ºC).

Types of systems: EQUIPMENT

1. Split (or decentralised) systems

When we talk about split systems, there are several options depending on the size of the room or rooms. They always consist of an outdoor unit and one or more indoor units which, depending on the option you choose, will cool your home to a pleasant temperature.

Types:

  • Portable: can be moved from one room to another.
  • Window-mounted: not recommended. It is an older system which does not provide climate control; it simply blasts cold air into the home.
  • Wall-mounted: these are very easy to install and do not interfere with the décor.
  • Floor-standing.
  • Ceiling-mounted: does not require a suspended ceiling.
  • Cassette: suitable for larger areas. It requires a suspended ceiling for installation. The elegant vent design means it fits in with any style of décor.

Installation 

     Installing a wall-mounted split air conditioner:

  • Indoor unit: When deciding where to install it, we recommend placing it as high as possible because cold air is heavier and tends to fall.
  • Outdoor unit: We recommend positioning it away from direct sunlight (north-facing if possible). Normally they are installed on:
    • the balcony or terrace: this is the simplest option.
    • Outside wall: If it is the first appliance to be installed on the outside wall of the building (and assuming municipal regulations permit it), you must ask for permission from the homeowners' association.
    • Roof: Only if it is the top flat and the roof is flat.
    • Inner courtyard: Not recommended because of the noise.
    • Old city centre: Not permitted by law.

The indoor and outdoor units are connected by two pipes, one incoming and one outgoing (the cooling circuit). This simply requires drilling some small holes in the wall so the pipes can pass through.

The indoor unit also has to be connected to the nearest power point.

With these models, some of the cold air condenses, causing condensation drops. This condensate has to be removed via a suitable exit pipe.
 

Deadlines

It normally takes 2 to 3 hours to complete a 1x1 installation (one indoor and one outdoor unit). The outdoor unit is more complicated to install.


2. Ducts

These consist of an outdoor and indoor unit, as well as a ducting system to distribute air throughout the different rooms. The indoor unit and the ducts are not visible, as they are hidden above a suspended ceiling. The only thing you can see is the vent that distributes the air into each room. Installation requires a considerable amount of work. The kind of installation of a ducted system depends on whether the house/premises are under construction or being refurbished, and on the layout of the rooms.

Installation The indoor unit and the ducts are not visible, as they are hidden above a suspended ceiling.

  • The ducts distribute the air throughout the rooms.
  • As for the outdoor unit: We recommend positioning it away from direct sunlight (north-facing if possible). Normally they are installed on:
    • the balcony or terrace: this is the simplest option.
    • Outside wall: If it is the first appliance to be installed on the outside wall of the building (and assuming municipal regulations permit it), you must ask for permission from the homeowners' association.
    • Roof: Only if it is the top flat and the roof is flat.
    • Inner courtyard: Not recommended because of the noise.

 

Conditions: CONDITIONS OF THE AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE

Offer valid until 30th September 2015. Financing offered by FINANMADRID E.F.C., S.A., a company collaborating with MAPFRE MULTISERVICIOS, through the Fracciona brand and subject to finance company approval.

Iberdrola guarantees the right installation to achieve the Comfort Temperature that the customer thinks is best for his/her home. Should changes be required, Iberdrola will pay the resulting installation costs (the customer would pay for the extra equipment charges owing to change or expansion, if necessary).

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