If you’re looking for a holiday gift the whole family will appreciate, how about a new air conditioning system to provide your home with clean, cool air and warmth as well during the cool winter months? A new ductless split system is a gift that keeps on giving.

“Now is the best time to buy a new air conditioning system to ensure that it will be in place by the holidays,” said Aire Conditioner Shoppe owner Neil Wiedemann.

“This is also a good time to schedule servicing for your existing ductless split system so it will be operating with maximum efficiency when entertaining guests.”

The latest ductless split systems provide zoned comfort and are engineered to install quickly and easily. These revolutionary new systems available from the Aire Conditioner Shoppe, which specializes in Fujitsu and Mitsubishi, provide both heating and cooling with a push of a button on the remote control. They also provide individual temperature control throughout your home or business so each room, zone, or floor will be the temperature you set.

Concerned about air quality?


These systems have the capability to filter out dust, mold spores and microorganisms. The Dry Mode helps to control humidity levels, even when cooling isn’t needed. Other standard features include Sleep Timer Auto Changeover, 24-Hour Timer Cold Prevention, Auto Restart/Reset Low Ambient, and Auto Louver-Up/Down, Left/ Right.

Concerned about appearance?

The cooling-only wall-mounted units, designed for single rooms, are slim and stylish. Indoor units have a clean, aesthetic design and are powerful, though small and shorter in length than competing units. They can blend into any room and are ideal for areas with space limitations. The variable speed compressor helps systems adapt to shifts in heat load caused by afternoon sun.

Concerned about noise?

If sound coming from your current system interferes with listening to music, TV, conversation or even falling asleep, it’s time to try a new ductless split system. These new air conditioning units are so quiet you won’t even know they’re on.

How about cost?

“A new efficient ductless split system can keep you comfortable in your home for pennies a day … and the higher the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficient Ratio), the more you save on electric,” Wiedemann said.

“The operative word is ‘efficient’ — old or malfunctioning air conditioning systems are energy hogs that don’t do the job effectively and run up your electricity bills.” He pointed out that split ductless systems can be just as efficient as central air conditioning, or more efficient in terms of energy savings, depending on the lifestyle of the homeowner.


Wiedemann, who has been in the air conditioning business since 1979, sells and installs split ductless systems on Oahu, as well as portable air conditioners. He also sells the less expensive window units that are often the choice for apartments, condos and houses.

“Even the window air conditioning units have been extensively improved both in efficiency and appearance. However, the tenant and/or owner needs to obtain permission from the management company and/or apartment owners association to install any type of air conditioning,” he added.

Both ductless split systems and window air conditioners are on display at the Aire Conditioner Shoppe showroom in Waipio and also shown and described on the website, www.aireconditionershoppe.com. The company installs, repairs and services what they sell. For 10 years running, Fujitsu has named Wiedemann “Dealer of the Year.”

The company offers free on-site estimates and design consultation.

“When our estimator reviews your needs and you make a decision on the system you want to install, you will have a quote the next day by phone or fax. If the customer is satisfied, we draw up the contract.


Once I set a price, it’s firm and it will be guaranteed the lowest available price with the same equipment,” Wiedemann said.

To make an appointment to meet with an estimator at your home or office, call Wiedemann at 676-1455.

CONTACT: 676-1455
WEBSITE: Aireconditionershoppe.com


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