Cassette AC is mounted in the ceiling and distributes the conditioned air through two, three, or four sides of the unit. The outdoor unit of a cassette air conditioner is mounted outside, in the same way as it would be for a conventional split air conditioner unit.
A ceiling cassette AC system should function for many years without problems. You simply need to turn off the power and wipe it with a dry cloth about every two weeks. You should also check and clean the air filters.
With a ceiling cassette, you don’t have to sweat in an uncomfortable room, waiting for the unit to reach your desired temperature. The automatic fan turns at an initial high speed to quickly reach the right temperature.
With new advanced technology, your ceiling cassette reduces power usage as soon as it reaches the right temperature. This allows it to use less energy and save you money on utility bills. You can also adjust the temperature on the thermostat so your unit doesn’t work harder than it needs to.