Daikin FIT Installation Near Kelowna, BC
The Daikin FIT
The Daikin Fit system is a side discharge, smart HVAC system that won’t compromise on comfort and connects to ducted solutions traditional to the unitary market. In a market saturated with expensive high-tiered inverters, the system provides a premium mid-efficiency inverter at an affordable rate. The low profile of the outdoor unit offers solutions when a traditional cube style cannot.
One of the reasons we love the Daikin FIT is just how quiet it is. Traditional air conditioners run around 76 – 78 decibels, which is as loud as a running vacuum cleaner. The Daikin FIT runs as low as 56 – 58 dB, about the same as people having a quiet conversation in your home.
Fits Any Small Space
Your home is unique, just like your comfort needs. Usually higher efficiency means ever-larger equipment. The compact size of the new Daikin Fit now offers you a solution so you no longer have to compromise your outdoor space.
More time to spend on the things that matter. If you’re like most families, you want to be comfortable and save money at the same time. When you purchase a Daikin Fit system, you’re investing in state-of-the-art HVAC technology developed to help you meet budget and efficiency goals.
Common Situations We Run Into
- Pathways – The old 8 and 10 SEER ac’s had small footprints and were relatively short. New ac’s (minimum 13 SEER allowed in Canada) are much larger, and if they want efficiency they can be up to 42″x42″ and over 3.5 – 4′ tall. These block pathways.
- Under bedroom windows. Both size and noise are problems.
- On patios or near backyard living spaces – again size is an issue, but more importantly noise is a huge problem. We get people askign us to move AC’s all the time because of this, but moving is a lot of work (we need to run linesets, move electrical disconnects, etc). being able to put a nice looking, small quiet unit in the same space as before is a ‘game changer’
- Driveway installs – Believe it or not, we get driveway installations where the units are taking up a huge amount of space, and are often noisy to the neighbours.