Ceiling cassettes are mounted in the ceiling space with only the front fascia (or grills) showing, providing a discreet option where floor or wall space is limited, or where there is no ceiling space to run ducting.
Ceiling cassettes come in a range of models with various air distribution set ups so that there is a model to suit most rooms (e.g. 1-way, 2-way blow and 4-way blow models).
Some brands have compact models with reduced fascia sizes making it more discreet.
|Advantages of Cassettes||Disadvantages of Cassettes|
|Takes up no floor or wall space||More expensive than hi-walls or floor consoles|
|Sits flush with ceiling|
|Ideal where ceiling cavity space is limited|
|Variety of types and airflow patterns available|
|Can be placed in centre of room giving even air distribution throughout the room|