What does installation involve?
Essentially there will be an indoor unit (evaporator) and an outdoor unit (condenser). Between these will run two lagged copper pipes, a 3 core and earth power cable and a drain.
On a simple ‘back-to-back’ installation where the indoor unit and outdoor unit are adjacent to one another on the same wall this ‘pipe run’ will be minimal going straight through one hole.
In some circumstances it isn’t practical for a back-to-back installation so pipes may need to be run above suspended ceilings, through attics or across walls in specialist ‘trunking’.
If a ‘multi-split’ system where several indoor units all converge to run into one outdoor unit that has been installed, then a more complex network of pipe runs will be required.
Where the pipes from the indoor unit must run upwards the gravity drain will be rendered ineffective, therefore a condensate pump will be required to expel the condensate water.
In any case you can be sure of a professional and high quality finish to every project with each one given the same care and attention to detail.