Before the final completion of our new home sweet home, it needs to install first our new dual inverter split type aircon to test that the electrical connections in our house is functioning correctly. Therefore even though the other parts of the house were not yet fully completed, the aircon was installed.
The question goes, why do we choose a dual inverter split type air conditioner rather than the traditional one. Well, it is mainly because, it consumes low energy! Yes, this LG dual inverter aircon has 70% less energy savings. Far lower electric consumption compared to the traditional window type aircon.
This aircon unit is 1.5 hp which can fully cool my whole master's bedroom!
|Properly Installed with a Breaker|
|Ready to Unbox|
|The Other Part of the Aircon Unit|
|The Front of the Other Part|
When you buy this type of aircon unit, there is also a team who will install it in your home. They were technical people who will properly installed and test the unit in your home.
There is a corresponding installation service charge you need to pay in addition to the total cost of the unit.
The installation team will also determine if the aircon is capable to cool the whole room. If not, they won't install the unit and they will ask you to upgrade your aircon's specs.
|Installing the Other Part of the Unit Inside the Room|
|The Installation of the Outer Part|
|This is Where the Outer Part of the Aircon is Installed|
|The Outer Part of the Dual Inverter Split Type Aircon Installed|
|Unboxing the Indoor Part|
|Ready to Cool the Master's Bedroom|
Now I'm ready to occupy my room! I'm excited to work and do my blogs and vlogs on the office area since aside from this aircon, the room is also equipped with a fiber internet with unlimited or no cap data. And of course on the other side of the room, I'm ready to sleep and relax while watching my favorite TV shows. :)
"A Journey to Our New Home" is the 2019 version of my 2009's very first "Invasion of Our Home" blog series. More revelation of our new house on the coming days! So stay tune folks! 01/15/2019 (Bits of Rocks)