Review of: Senville
Split Air Conditioner:
Senville
Price:
995.95

Reviewed by:
Rating:
5
On May 1, 2013
Last modified:May 6, 2013

Summary:

An affordable and economic split air conditioner by Senville. Enjoy a Energy Star and Seer 19 Rated mini-split air conditioner at an affordable price!

Senville Spit Air Conditioner

Senville Air Conditioner

Senville offers a range of ductless mini-split air conditioners. These Senville wall-mounted air conditioners are designed to be easily installed and are Energy Star Approved.

With split air conditioners these days, whether you buy a major brand name or not, you are often getting the same compressor.

Senville air conditioners are all packed with a Toshiba Compressor for ultimate power, efficiency and reliability. Enjoy a long lasting, and durable split air conditioner that provides the best efficiency in its class.

Benefits of a Senville Mini-Split

Senville split air conditioners are all Energy Star Approved and Seer 19 Rated, running alongside inverter technology. Combining these technologies, Senville air conditioners result in a constant cool climate, with no dips in power, and a consistent stream of cool air!.

A look at their ductless mini-split air conditioners and Heat Pumps reveals a product that contains hardly any compromise. They are efficient, ENERGY STAR® certified machines with a SEER of 19, but they are also reasonably priced. They are relatively simple to install, but they are not an eyesore. Perhaps one setback is that they do not heat in extreme cold (below -5°F). But in return, they cool especially well, using inverter technology and Toshiba compressors—a price that is hard to call a significant compromise.

Energy Star Approved

Why Choose a Senville Air Conditioner?

One of the most striking things about the Senville Split AC is that it has a beautiful, sleek and modern design. Its modern LED Screen provides clear temperature readings and easy to use controls. Its remote control allows you to control your air conditioner conveniently and from anywhere in the room, you don’t even need to move.

This breed of hybrid HVAC products will inevitably produce more efficient and affordable machines as market competition intensifies and the field narrows. At this time, Senville can undoubtedly be called one of the leading brands in terms of affordability, efficiency, and overall quality. With barely any compromises on its machines, Senville is refreshing in their commitment to the customer, and their dedicated approach to building high-quality air conditioners truly shows.

The AURA Series by Senville

The Senville AURA is the latest ductless mini-split air conditioner by Senville, incorporating all of the latest technology. The Senville AURA boasts an industry leading 23 SEER, making it the most efficient ductless air conditioner on the market. As with previous models, Senville incorporates a powerful Toshiba Inverter Compressor into the AURA, providing powerful, efficient and long-lasting cooling. A special leak detection function which is exclusive to the Senville AURA, helps protect both your home and the air conditioner. When a leak is detected the Senville AURA will automatically shut down and inform you via the diagnostics system. A great feature for any of you who have previously experienced a refrigerant leak.

One special features on the Senville AURA is the inclusion of Follow-Me Technology, which allows the air conditioner to track your location and direct air flow towards you.  Combine this feature with a multi-directional, 3D air flow, and you’ll find your room cooler and with better air circulation. While this all sounds really fancy, the Senville AURA is still very reasonably priced, with models starting as low as 899.99.

The LETO Series by Senville

The LETO Series is a new product entry for Senville, in that they have designed an affordable, yet highly efficient split air conditioner. While the Senville LETO doesn’t carry the Energy Star Certifications that the AURA Series has, it still boasts a 16 SEER rating. This is pretty high when comparing it to cheaper air conditioners that run at about 13 SEER. On average going with a 16 SEER split air conditioner can save you up to 20% on your energy bill.

The Senville LETO proudly boasts a special Silver-Ion Filter which helps to improve air quality and reduce allergens. A great feature for someone concerned with the air quality in their house. Included are all the traditional features of a ductless air conditioner, including Turbo Mode, Sleep Mode, and Timer Mode, as well as added energy saving features. The Senville Leto is still very aesthetically pleasing, and the most surprising thing is the cost of the unit, with models starting as low as $699.99.

Senville AC Features and Options

  • Easy to Use and Easy to Install
  • Beautiful and Sleek Design
  • Energy Star Approved and Energy Efficient
  • Powerful Cooling & Save on Electric Costs

Senville Corporate Video

An affordable and economic split air conditioner by Senville. Enjoy a Energy Star and Seer 19 Rated mini-split air conditioner at an affordable price!
 

22 Responses to Senville Air Conditioner Review

  1. Mitch Lampson says:

    I got one of these ductless air conditioners last month. Air conditioner outlet delivered it within 3 days. I did quite a lot of research before placing my order. It came down to the Senville and Mr. Slim units. They both had comparable specs but the Senville mini split cost around 1/2 the price and it had free shipping. You really can’t get more bang for your buck. I got a 1 ton unit for a grand. Fully loaded with an inverter compressor, heat pump and it’s Energy star certified. My average electrical consumption is down to around 40 KwH. Thats 70 bucks a month on hydro. 

  2. DENNIS CARTER says:

    Purchased a Senville in March. The delivery was very quick and the unit was in good condition in its packaging. I was honestly in disbelief at how quiet this heat pump was considering the output. My family and I had a very noisy heater before that we joked about, and we almost miss it because there’s no noise to make fun of. The air quality of this Senville is higher than that one (a brand I won’t name), and it works well as a cooler too (we use the cooling function during the day). There are good settings for temperature and you don’t have to constantly readjust the settings for what you want, the Senville keeps the room at a very consistent temperature. Installation wasn’t that bad, we had an HVAC guy help out.

  3. Jaffar says:

    Great unit, came with everything I needed to get it installed except for the wiring cables which I got from a contractor for 15$. I am surprised to the little noise it makes when it’s running at full power, now I don’t have to worry about my neighbors when I turn it at night. I also haves noticed a difference on my energy bill!   

  4. Heatpumpinfo says:

    This product is sold by GT-World out of Montreal The same company that sold Shinco products. Be very cautious in purchasing this product. Warranty and parts are an issue.
    heatpumpinfo@eastlink.ca

  5. James Neal says:

    Very interesting review on the Senville unit. Definitely a contender in my top choices.

  6. mike says:

    I live in Canada. We can get -15C to -25C in the winter at times. But not very often. I’m wondering if this unit would be a good choice for this kind of climate?

    • paul corbiere says:

      i live in quebec and i have a 18000 btu and it work fine even at -12 c. i gust buy a

      aura 18000 btu for my app. up stairs

  7. Phil says:

    Any more reviews? Where are these made? china? though there was a review on amazon saying it was made in USA. Can anyone confirm this?

    • Mike says:

      Well, I got this thing last year. 24K BTU

      Got it installed by professional for a hefty sum (close to 600$ with stand)worked for a week, then Error one came up on the unit.

      Called Senville and said I should get it checked by professional and send back part that needed fixing.

      Well, every time I get a pro to come here it cost $$$, so still not working.

      I would have thought the warranty was better than this on a unit that worked only a week! Seems if your going to use the warranty you need a pro to do the work on it.

      When it worked it was a good unit I found, but it’s not worth the trouble if they don’t stand behind it more than that.I would just save up fork up the money from someone who sells them locally.
      At least you are dealing with a person and he should stand behind his products, unlike Senville!

      • simpletony1 says:

        Where does this all stand as of today, Mike? Looking hard at Senville with a Home Depot install (purchasing the equipment direct)

        • Mike says:

          Finally got it working.Been working for the last 2 months perfectly.
          Had to get another installer look it over and filled it up again, this time it’s holding it’s gas. I guess if Home Depot installs it, they should be looking after any issues you might have.If you have to get an installer on your own to install it and he’s not the one who sold it to you, well good luck if any problems develop!

          • rpg says:

            I also bought a 12000 btu senville aura it worked well for about 3 weeks . Then an error code , when I finally got threw to the tech dept the said it is low on freon , so I had it checked by a pro , that cost 200 he said it is full. Then it worked for 2 weeks until it threw a code senville said it is low on freon I called another tech this time he said it’s full I asked if he can put a little in. Now this cost 300 1week later it quit working senville said have it checked by a pro as it is low on freon . They would not listen when is aid 2 pros said it is full and not leaking . I did get a 3rd pro out at shored 200 he said he would have to take apart the machine however since he does not know the brand it will take him longer and he suggested to buy a new machine as it would be cheaper. Bottom line peoplevsave your money and buy a name brand it will be cheaper in the long run and will work more then 3 weeks the warranty and senville tech line is useless.

  8. justcary says:

    Nice but THIS IS NOT A REVIEW. It’s just an AD!

  9. Francis Stevenson says:

    Placed my order for a 12000btu Senville Aura, I’ve been using my unit for 2 months now. I am satisfied with my purchase, the unit has a great look, very efficient, makes almost no noise at all.

  10. Francis Stevenson says:

    I purchased one last week, spoke to the personnel at Senville, they’re great! I love the unit, it’s surprisingly very quiet. Shipping took 2 days…

    Two Thumbs Up

  11. Arctic Angel says:

    Very interesting article, I supply air conditioners so this is something I can take into consideration; go see my site http://www.arcticangel.co.za

  12. simpletony1 says:

    We’re near Prescott, AZ. Any installers in this area? Talking to Home Depot about the install only option. There’s one very negative comment near the bottom of this page among all these good ones. Always makes one wonder what went wrong? Bugs happen.

  13. tran says:

    Bought 3 unit gt senville, the display one one of the unit started going bad, called them for part many time and they never sent and now after 6 year one is dying after another, can’t find part anywhere. If you want cheap then this is what you get.

  14. John cena says:

    Thanks for sharing knowledge.. High Efficiency Gas Furnace

  15. someguyintexas says:

    I bought a similar 12000 BTU Senville unit in August 2012. It stopped working after about 18 months of intermittent use for both cooling and heating. It turned out the compressor discharge pipe had cracked, which should not happen. THis spells cheap components / manufacture. Senville aka GT-World declined to honor their warranty, and now apparently this unit is no longer available. I managed to get the pipe repaired for now at some cost (about half the cost of a new unit). Should I need to replace this unit I will go with a more mainstream brand that has more of a clue about good customer service.

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