Residential air conditioning services
When it comes to keeping your home cool as the mercury rises, there are 3 convention methods for air conditioning your home. These are room air conditioners, split systems, or ducted systems. Some are available in cool only versions but they are all are available in reverse cycle, which means they can produce warm air in the winter as well as cool air during the hot summer months.
With a range of units and spares from world leading manufacturers including Polyaire, Fujitsu general, Daikin, Mitsubishi Electric, and others, you are assured of quality air conditioning throughout your home.
Room air conditioners for residential air conditioning
This type of unit is designed for easy installation into a wall or window to air condition one room only. They are available in a range of capacities but have been mostly replaced by the far more efficient split system units.
Split system residential air conditioning
This is the most popular air conditioning system used in homes throughout the world. It comprises of two units; the evaporative fan coil and outdoor condensing unit. The term split refers to the fact that the two units are separated. This allows the condensing unit to be located virtually anywhere outside the property. This system is available in a range of capacities and can be configured to cool/heat one or (through ducting) several rooms.
Ducted air conditioning is designed to air condition every room of a house. The fan coil is installed in the ceiling space and connected via small pipes to the outdoor unit. The fan coil pumps the conditioned, dehumidified air through flexible ducting to ceiling diffusers located in each room.
Ducted domestic air conditioning systems are usually zoned to enable the user to select the area of the home or office that is to be air conditioned, thus saving energy that is not required to cool the rooms that are not being used. This means that the living spaces can be zoned during the day and the bedrooms at night for example.