What is reverse cycling air conditioning?

A reverse cycle air conditioning system can both cool and heat. This means that given you get or have got the right system for your space, you will only need the one unit to provide you with perfect temperatures all year round.

Reverse cycle air conditioning units are a lot more efficient at heating than traditional heaters making them more affordable to operate and of course better for the environment.

What is ducted air air conditioning?

Ducted air conditioning refers to how the air is delivered or distributed within the building and for residential homes this is normal through ducts (channels) in the ceiling cavity however sometimes the ducts are under the house. The air is then pushed through into the rooms by a large external fan.

A ducted system is typically faster at cooling or heating a house and they are generally very quiet within the home. Aesthetically they are unobtrusive as the bulk of the system is external to the house and all that is required internally are air vents in the rooms to be air conditioned.

What is evaporative cooling?

Evaporative cooling creates cool air through the use of water evaporation. Hot dry air from outside is drawn into a unit (that usually sits on top of the roof) and pumped through water soaked cooling pads. The heat in the air is absorbed by the evaporation process and the result is cool air. The cooled air is then circulated throughout the house, usually through ducts. To keep the house cool, the air inside must be able to escape to allow fresh, new cool air to enter the house (via the unit in the roof and ducts) so generally the windows (and doors if applicable) are left open.

What is zoning?

Zoning in the air conditioning world refers to the ability to partition different areas of your home. For example, the kitchen might be one zone, the lounge room another zone and the bedrooms (or individual bedrooms) another zone. These zones can then have their air conditioning controlled separately, for example the bedrooms can be kept cooler than the lounge room.

What size air conditioning unit should I get?

It’s important for your ongoing energy bills to install the correct size air conditioner for your home. For example, an undersized unit will end up costing you a lot more because it will need to work a lot harder to keep your home cool. Other factors that should be considered include the amount of sunlight that enters your home, the positioning of the home in relation to the sun, and the presence of any insulation.

Our trained technicians can assess your home and your needs to determine the best fit option for you.

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