There are definite benefits to installing a split air conditioning unit, especially if you reside in a leased apartment or a rented residence and you are not allowed to make modifications to the actual structure of your home.
The only alternative that may be a possibility in your scenario is to check out purchasing a low-cost portable system, although these sometimes do not work as well as a regular air-conditioner.
In some cases, these units are called tiny split air conditioners. They are a ductless system, which is usually relatively easy to set up. Often, in order to limit the use of a main air-conditioning system, individuals will install them in spaces where they frequent the most. It prevents having to air condition the entire house and can help cut back on costs significantly. They’re also beneficial to set up in a room that has been added which is not serviced by central air-conditioning.
Lots of people find it advantageous to install this kind of unit for numerous factors. They are small and easy to set up. It is easy once you have the system inside to place it anywhere you want to in the house.
One basic external device can quickly operate two or more internal units, depending upon the size of the total system. Each of the internal units are run independently of the other.
The external unit can be hidden from view from passersby easily just by placing it in a place that is not highly visible.
Although there are some drawbacks to installing this kind of unit, they are typically very little. You may realize that you have to pay a bit more for this type of system than you would for a window air-conditioning unit. Some people have also pointed out that they are a little more expensive to run when you have multiple internal systems than running central air conditioning. However, that truly does vary on what type of central air-conditioning system you have setup.