Ultra quiet. The compressor on an inverter unit is a few decibels quieter than an already-quiet standard unit. If your unit is near where you sleep of if you live in close proximity to your neighbours this is a huge advantage. Children will have a better night’s sleep and you’ll rest easy knowing that you can hear what’s going on in your house. You’ll be able to hear your cat purring next to the air conditioner, not the unit itself.
Long life. Inverters start softly and stay that way. There’s no machine whir and clank when you switch them on, just the super quiet inverter running smoothly from the get-go. Inverter air conditioners are designed for minimal strain on their internal components. This combined with the soft start mean your unit will last a long time.
Efficient energy usage. inverters are smart machines. The compressor inside an inverter air conditioner adjust itself according to the temperature outside. This means that when you turn on the unit, you won’t be faced with a sudden gust of freezing or boiling air. You’ll probably have to check that you’ve even turned it on it’s so gentle. An inverter will pay for itself in terms of energy savings, usually within less than five years. Typically, an inverter will run with 30-50% less energy than a standard air conditioning unit. Given how long an inverter will typically last you’re looking at great savings in the long run.
Huge capacity. An inverter will typically have a much larger capacity than a standard unit. This means it can run harder for longer at more extreme temperatures. The only danger here is that you may get carried away and try to blast your unit at high capacity, something that will have running cost swiftly overtaking a regular unit’s.