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  1. LG Plasma Anti-Mosquito Air Conditioner SPL 2 HP
    Special Price ₦244,200.00 Regular Price ₦349,500.00
  2. Scanfrost Air conditioner 2HP - SFACS18K-SPL
    Special Price ₦147,300.00 Regular Price ₦231,700.00
  3. Panasonic Split Units Air-Conditioner 2HP Standard | YC18MKF
    Special Price ₦184,000.00 Regular Price ₦241,200.00
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  4. Panasonic Split Units Air-Conditioner 1HP Ionizer | XC9PKD3
    Special Price ₦137,500.00 Regular Price ₦179,400.00
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  5. LG Anti Mosquito Split Air Conditioner 2.0 HP JETMAL
    Special Price ₦172,500.00 Regular Price ₦268,800.00
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  6. LG Anti Mosquito Split Air Conditioner 1.5 HP JETMAL
    Special Price ₦127,700.00 Regular Price ₦203,800.00
  7. LG Anti Mosquito Split Air Conditioner 1.0 HP JETMAL
    Special Price ₦135,000.00 Regular Price ₦181,300.00

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The most common type of air conditioning system is the split system, which puts the air handler inside the home and the condenser and compressor outside the home. Finding where to buy quality Split Unit Air Conditioners can be huge issue to select the right online store for Split Unit Air Conditioners in Nigeria. At Kara.com.ng, you will find quality and durable Split Unit Air Conditioners in the following products category – Split Unit Air Conditioner online shopping website. Kara.com.ng is the best online shopping website in Nigeria to buy Split Unit Air Conditioners. Looking for the best prices on Split Unit Air Conditioners, Kara shopping site is the best place. Shop for the best Split Unit Air Conditioners at affordable prices. With our flexible payment mode such as Pay on delivery, Bank transfer, Online payment etc., You will be happy as our customer for the comfort. We also deliver within 1day within Lagos, and 2 to 5 days for Nationwide delivery.

The technology used for these systems has not changed dramatically for decades, and different manufacturers make largely identical products. So when you're shopping for an air conditioner, consider efficiency as indicated by the SEER, manufacturer reputation and reliability, the size of the unit, any government rebates, and contractor expertise.

Common Pitfalls
People purchasing a new air conditioner often think that the most efficient unit is clearly the best. However, this is not always the case.
Extremely high efficiency air conditioners can cost over $1,000 more than a standard unit, but save minimal amounts of fuel and money. You may never break even on the extra cost. The SEER is an efficiency rating that compares the amount of energy required to produce a cooling effect. You can calculate it by dividing BTUs by the wattage consumed. The higher the number, the more efficient the air conditioner. The minimum SEER rating allowed in the U.S. is a 13.

Where to Buy
The best place to buy a split system air conditioner is from a trusted HVAC (Heating, ventilating and air conditioning) Shop like Kara.com.ng. Many work with a specific brand of equipment, but some install several different brands. Be sure the contractor is certified to install the brand you choose. For example, cheaper Goodman units (including Goodman, Janitrol, Amana) have high repair rates, but don't require certification from installers. Often problems are related to faulty installation rather than product.

Comparison Shopping
Be sure your contractor uses "Manual J" calculations in figuring the size of air conditioning unit needed for your home. If you like to have the "best of the best," then you may want an ultra high efficiency air conditioner. Otherwise standard or high efficiency is adequate.

The accessory most often purchased for a split system is an extended warranty, either on the equipment or on the service. Depending on how long you plan to live in the home, a service contract can be a good idea, but don't buy into it without comparing costs. It may save you money on discounted repairs. Look for air conditioner warranties that cover the labor involved in repairs. There aren't many, but you can find them. This could represent a significant savings. The standard warranty is ten years on the compressor, five years on all other parts, and no labor costs covered.
Some installers will give you a year's labor guarantee; shop around before you buy.

Insider Tips
Don't fall for the "bigger is better" claim when it comes to air conditioners. The right size is most cost-effective and comfortable for your home. At Kara.com.ng, we advise and put our customers throught the right and necessary part and give the correct information needed to get the best of the product. Unscrupulous contractors will sell oversized units, costing the homeowner both initially and throughout the life of the system. They are inefficient and cycle off and on frequently. A properly sized system will be on most of the time in very hot weather.
Avoid calling the biggest contractor in town -- you'll pay for the name recognition. Ask friends for references, and you'll often find smaller contractors who are reliable and fair.