When my spouse and I had our house, plus mother-in-law’s apartment, built every one of us had quite a decision to make regarding our a/c. We needed to figure out how to have the cooling system installed in our home along with the home at the least high-priced price. I contacted the air conditioner provider to find out the best route in the purchase of an a/c. The serviceman I spoke with explained all of our options. One of the possibilities is the multi break a/c. This type of plan would allow us to have separate air conditioner units on the inside that are connected to the same outdoor unit. This will allow us to spend less money installing and biweekly energy bills. It was explained that the outdoor power needed to be stronger in order to have both units operating at once. The outdoor unit would need to have the common length of pipes so that nothing exceeds the manufacturer’s recommendations. Interestingly, he explained that this type of plan is also known as a ductless cooling system. As a matter of fact, I could even install it myself, but I would rather have a professional take care of air conditioner replacement of any type. He explained that the indoor units could be installed in stylish designs. Outdoor units have more than two parts included…condensing coil, fan, and compressor. Each space is important to the common running of a multi break a/c. The compressor is the most high-priced piece and converts low-pressure to high-pressure gas via condensation. The condensing coil converts the tepid refrigerant from high-pressure gas into a high-pressure liquid. The fan then dispenses all of the heat energy to the outdoor unit and draws air through the condensing coil.