Are you planning to buy AC 2 ton for hall space. Here are details of which company to buy for best cooling experience and service.
All ACSs are good in this competitive market. See the best post purchase services. Trying to compare after sales service, spare parts cost, resale value etc. is pretty much irrelevant nonsense. It’s just an ac; a relatively simple and well perfected appliance. Most brands you get work pretty well for a reasonable amount (read at least 5+ years) of time with negligible issues.
Yes, an inverter ac is better at maintaining uniform temperature and a tad more comfortable, but it’s not world changing. I would say 1.5 ton min, even if you have a relatively small room. Just need to maintain the cleaning (like filters and outer compressor).
Nowadays due to Scarcity of Manpower that too for skilled one , All companies are managing that show to some extent on Service. Future of A.C. Service industry manpower support is in very danger almost because of Covid Closure of Educational institutions for last 2 years and due to Unhealthy Online Service providers like Urban Clap.
Best AC 2 ton to buy for hall space in Home
Flipkart had Marq 1.5 ton convertible inverter ac for 22.5k. Thomson for about 26.5k. Lloyd with Wi-Fi for about 27k. Reliance has a Hisense for 27k with 5 year warranty for the complete unit. Samsung was available for 28K on Amazon. All 1.5 ton units. Online prices are usually far better if you consider cc discounts. Paying anything more than 28k for a 1.5 ton ac is throwing money down the drain. Difference between 3 and 5 star is about Rs 250/year in running costs, if you leave it on for 8 hours a day. Unless you worship Greta Thunberg, it’s cheaper to go with a 3* for most people.
For 2 ton you may go with OG. Better go with commercial model which has wider coverage and better air throw. Haier offline has 5 years+12 years warranty and free installation and cooling capacity is near about 5500 watts whereas others have around 5000.
Daikin AC 2 ton for hall space, approximately 250 sqft works perfectly fine. Always go for a regular ac. Avoid fancy ones, specially ones with inbuilt inventory. Many had the worst experience with sharp inverter AC. Outdoor units circuit can be fried up and fail within 2-3 years. Some Sharp ACs had evaporator coil leak during the same period. Due to it being an inverter unit, sadly no one in the market was able to repair it.