Lawnton is a suburb in Queensland, Australia. It is in the Moreton Bay Region. 5,658 people were living in Lawnton in 2016. The North Pine River runs through Lawnton, on the North and North-East. The South Pine River and Four Mile Creek are South and South-East. There is a road that runs north-south through the middle of the neighborhood. There is a train station in Lawnton on the Caboolture railway line. It comes from the south (Strathpine) and north (Petrie). WtFixAir provides AC installation services at Lawnton.
Important split AC installation tips
When the split air conditioners are put in, there is a lot at stake. Your air conditioner will provide the best cooling if the installation is done right. If it isn’t done right, you won’t get the cooling you want. The poor installation also leads to a lot of problems with maintenance. When installing a split air conditioner, there are many things to think about.
It is how the wall will hold the AC
1: The strength of the wall
The indoor unit of a split AC must be placed on a wall strong enough to hold the unit’s weight.
2: Proper Space
The indoor unit of a split AC needs at least 15 cm of space around its top and sides for good airflow.
3: The right height from the ground for the installation
The indoor unit of a split AC should be 7-8 feet above the ground to cool the room.
4: Make sure the tilt angle of the inside unit is correct
It’s important to ensure that the aluminum bracket you’re attaching to the wall has a slight tilt angle so that the indoor unit of a split AC can be installed at the same angle. This way, the condensed water will flow freely from the drainpipe without being blocked.
5: Make sure you put your outside heater in the right place
Split AC units should be mounted away from direct sunlight and water to keep them cool. Install the outdoor unit of a split AC in an open area so that there is no way for the heat from the condenser to be blocked by other things.
6: The outdoor unit should also be placed in the right place
The outside unit of a split AC must be on a flat and stable surface. This unit has the compressor, condenser, fan motor, and other parts of a split AC. If the unit isn’t on a flat surface, it will vibrate too much, break copper pipes, leak coolant, or damage the compressor and condenser if it isn’t level. It also makes a lot of noise, which could bother you and your neighbors.