Air Conditioning Installation
Which Air Conditioning Installation is right for my home?
If you are looking to get an air conditioning system installed into your home, you will have to decide between using a Split-system unit or a Ducted system. Here is a brief explanation of the differences between the two, to help you decide which solution is right for you. We can install a unit that you've already purchased, or we can provide you with a product that we recommend.
The most common residential split-system air conditioner is an air conditioning unit made up of two units — an outside unit, the compressor, and an inside air outlet unit. The two units are connected by pipes that carry refrigerant. An alternative to the standard unit is the multi-split system, which has multiple indoor units connected to a single outdoor unit. A split-system air conditioner can be used for cooling and heating.
Advantages of Split Systems:
Ducted systems involve a network of ducts and a blower that pushes conditioned air through the ducts to various locations in your home. Ducted allows for the distribution of cool and warm air all around the house at the touch of a button. This type of air conditioning can include a zone control system, which allows you to control the airflow to each room or ducted point.
Advantages of Ducted Systems:
If you are still unsure on which system is right for your home, feel free to give us a call on 0408 272 887, or fill out this form. One of our experts will be happy to visit your property to evaluate your household's limitations and provide a solution to suit your budget.