If you are deciding how best to heat and cool your home we can help you. While there are many different types of home heating and cooling systems we specialise in refrigerated reverse-cycle split air conditioning systems. According to the Australian Government’s Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources “reverse-cycle air conditioning is 300–600% efficient, which means that it can take one unit of electrical energy and turn it into 3 to 6 times as much heating or cooling energy. Under mild conditions, some products can achieve efficiencies of over 1000%”.
For single rooms or large living type areas the most common system installed is a reverse cycle wall split-system. There are also floor standing console split systems available if wall space is premium. While the wall split is the most cost effective in this application there is also the opportunity to have different styles of indoor units, such as ceiling cassettes, under ceiling and bulkhead systems for greater versatility. When you contact us we can discuss every option available to you.
A ducted reverse cycle split-system or central system is the most common heating and cooing air conditioning installed for whole home solutions. They are practically the same as wall split-systems, except the indoor unit is installed in your ceiling space connected to a circuit of ductwork throughout your home to distribute the air. These systems must be specifically and carefully designed for your individual home, with various additional components. Get in touch with us and we can organise a free estimate for every option available to you.
Another less common system for entire home solutions is the multi-split or ductless system. Instead of having one indoor unit connected to large, flexible ducts snaking through your ceiling space, this system comprises of multiple indoor head units in different rooms and areas of your home. This means saving space in your ceiling, higher efficiency as there is no loss through ductwork and greater thermal control from room to room. This type of system is usually found in commercial applications but we are seeing more interest from informed homeowners in this different type of system.