The client had an old Panasonic system servicing the top floor of the house. They asked to move it which was certainly an option but not a viable one due to the age of the system. They went for the option of a new system and to sell the Panasonic. As the new unit was being installed in the bedroom, it was important to be very quiet. The Mitsubishi we installed was a perfect option being quite, out of the way and installed on a wall bracket on the external wall.

The client called me saying the air conditioner in the granny flat had stopped working. We ended up swapping the old Samsung unit out with a brand new Mitsubishi Heavy Industries split system. Using the existing wall bracket and capping we were able to mount it in the same position with a minimum amount of fuss. They even got a $150 cash back on the unit during the promotion!

In this house, the client wanted the indoor unit mounted on an internal wall. This makes things slightly more difficult as far as an installation goes due to the fact you can't run a drain for condensation inside the house. To counter this we installed a drain pump for the indoor unit which pumps the condensate straight onto the roof. The internal wall was drilled through to allow for the pipework and cabling. This in turn went up into the roof by cutting another hole in the cornice. The outdoor unit was finally mounted on a roof bracket. As seen in the picture there was a Coolbreeze evaporative air conditioner which the client wanted us to service while we were there.