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Best energy efficient air conditioning for your home

July 18, 2022

Home air conditioning is becoming increasingly popular due to rising temperatures and concerns about air quality. Air conditioning provides cooling and heating, and modern systems also include state-of-the-art air filtration systems that help to purify indoor air, removing dust, dirt, bacteria and allergens.

The latest and best energy-efficient home air conditioning systems are designed to miminise energy use and costs. Smart controls enable you to manage your home air conditioning when you’re out and about so that you can come home to a cool or warm home using the smallest about of energy.

Energy-efficient home air conditioning systems are also ultra-stylish; they come in a wide range of designs and colours to match your home interior and can be mounted on the wall, the floor, or hidden in walls or ceilings. You can also install air conditioning in a conservatory, garden room, or loft conversion

You can opt for a single unit in one room, or with a split system, you can have an air conditioning unit in every room of your house with just a single outdoor unit. 

Let’s take a look at the latest energy-efficient air conditioning solutions for homes.

Daikin Emura

New in 2022, Daikin’s Emura uses 80% renewable energy from the air and 20% electricity during heating – it’s among the best on the market. It offers up to A+++ energy efficiency with capacities from 1.8kW to 3.1kW. Its ultra-thin profile looks great in either matt white, silver and matt black.

Emura has intelligent heating and efficient cooling; a 3D air-flow system evenly distributes air throughout the room, and it can be voice-controlled through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Emura also comprises Flash Streamer technology, which breaks down pollen and fungal allergens, and removes odours. It uses two air filters to ensure a high quality of air in the room.

Panasonic Etherea

Another super energy-efficient air conditioning system is Panasonic’s new Etherea - a wall-mounted home air conditioning system from its nanoe™X range. Available in silver matt and pure white matt, the units are available in capacities from 2kW to 3.5kW, and achieve A+++ efficiencies in both heating and cooling, with an operating noise level of just 19dB(A).

All of the Etherea units come with Panasonic’s built-in nanoe™X filtration technology which acts to clean the air to create a clean, fresh indoor environment each and every day. 

LG DualCool

Another of the best energy-efficient home air conditioning systems is the LG DualCool which has built-in Wi-Fi for Smartphone control that lets you monitor and manage your home cooling and heating. With A++ energy efficiency, it is cheap to run due to its DUAL inverter compressor technology which quickly cools or heats areas up to 26 sq.m.

Another great feature is its dehumidifier which can quickly remove moisture from the air, and the auto-cleaning function helps to stop mould and bacteria build-up, keeping the system fresh and clean. All of this means that this is a low-cost, low-maintenance home air conditioning solution that will bring you years of efficient home cooling and heating.

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Loop Air Conditioning supplies and install a wide range of stylish energy-efficient home air conditioning solutions for customers all over Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.  

Next steps to installing energy-efficient home air conditioning

The first thing to know is that there is 0% VAT on all domestic air conditioning.

Installing home air conditioning takes no time at all. Start by calling Loop Air Conditioning – we will send out one of our expert engineers to carry out a free home survey and then provide you with a free quotation. Take a look at our article - what you need to know before installing air conditioning.

We will show you a wide range of home air conditioning options that will suit your needs and interior design.

To book a free home air conditioning survey, contact our friendly team today.