Samsung Air Conditioners

Samsung air conditioning systems are some of the most trusted and popular on the market. Samsung has been manufacturing quality products for over 70 years, with their first product being a rice pounder in 1938. Samsung Air Conditioning Systems have continued to grow in popularity since they were introduced into the Australian market back in 1974, and now Samsung is one of Australia's leading manufacturers and suppliers of heating & cooling equipment.

If you're looking for Samsung Air Conditioners or any other Samsung appliances then Sydney Air Conditioning will be more than happy to assist you with all your needs. Our experienced technicians can provide installation, repairs, servicing, and maintenance services for all your Samsung appliances including air conditioners, refrigerators, microwaves, etc. We even offer Samsung appliance servicing and repairs for Samsung washing machines, dryers, and dishwashers.

Samsung Air Conditioning Products:

Split System:

Split systems are a popular type of air conditioning system for homes. With no ductwork needed, they're relatively easy to install and therefore one of the most common types seen in Australian households. A split system features two units - within is a wall-mounted air conditioner head while outside contains an external unit that's responsible for distributing cool or warm temperature throughout your home as it needs to be!


Do you know what makes summer even better? Cool, conditioned air. Samsung's inverter reverse cycle Ducted Air Conditioner system can cool or heat up to six rooms in your home in one unit! The ducts are hidden and only show when you have the ceiling outlet open - which is where they deliver chilled/heated air from the indoor unit through PVC pipes. And that means you'll be saving all of that moola on utility bills this year by getting central cooling with just a few outlets for each room instead of those pricey window units everywhere else.

Free Joint Multi:

Samsung is well known for its high-quality devices, and the Free Joint Multi air conditioner system certainly upholds this reputation. Not only does it have an efficient design that will fit in any space-saving home, but its 5 indoor units with one outdoor unit option provides a ton of versatility when you're looking to cool or heat your entire house at once!


Samsung's cassette air conditioner is an affordable, easy-to-use option for cooling your home.

Samsung takes cassette technology to the next level with WindFreeTM Cassette Technology. Not only does it provide good comfort where you need it, but also has an aesthetic flair and tidy look that makes your home feel cleaner!


Samsung knows that in order to get the most out of their VRF systems, you need flexibility and versatility. That's why they offer a wide range of customizable features for your indoor units, including advanced sensor adjustments for comfort control or individual temperature sensing! You can also choose from selectable options like dehumidification or air filters with an optional UV Steriliser if desired - so no matter what kind of climate suits you best, Samsung has it covered.

Sydney Air Conditioning is an expert Samsung dealer operating 24/hours, 365 days a year. Our Samsung technicians are certified and trained to the highest standards so you can be sure your service is reliable and trustworthy! Plus our prices are competitive in this booming industry - it's crucial for Sydney Air Conditioning customers to save where they can while still having access to quality workmanship because that's how we do things here.

We have a Samsung Air Conditioning catalog you can peruse, so give us a call at any time to arrange your free consultation today! It's not too early or late for Sydney AC - we're here and ready 24/hours!

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