Heating and Cooling Units
Split system and reverse cycle split system Air conditioning units are some of the most common in the marketplace. A Split system derives its name from being exactly that, a two part system with and external condensing unit located outside, and an internal head unit generally attached to a wall.
Split systems air conditioners are popular as they are small in size, minimising the visual impact in the room they are located. Split systems also allow a large degree of flexibility in how they are to be installed, generally a back to back installation is preferred. Cooling in a split system is achieved through refrigerant compression and evaporation systems working in conjunction with each other.
There are some drawbacks to Split System Air conditioners. They are generally only able to provide cooling for smaller spaces, and do not have the capability for multi zone cooling that is possible with a multi head or Ducted system. They can also have higher operating costs than a ducted system would.
Multi Head Split system
Working using the same principles as a standard Split System Air conditioning unit. Multi head split system air conditioners have one single compressor outside your home with multiple wall mounted units inside, allowing you to take advantage of multi zone cooling. Multi head Split systems are slightly more expensive to install as the compressor requires extra power to function correctly, however are a cheaper to install option than a full ducted system. Multi Head split systems are also able to be set up by our technicians as an addition to your current units.
Ceiling, Floor and Cassette Consoles
If the internal wall mounted unit is not fitting with you design plans for you home, there are some alternative available. Ceiling floor and Cassette air conditioning units are designed to be as streamlined as possible with you property, having almost no visual impact on the room. When considering which option is the right one for you speak with our experts to determine the best options. We provide advice on optimal positioning of units taking into consideration the size and type of room to be cooled and what you needs are.
Providing whole property multi zone cooling Ducted air conditioning systems are the way to go If you have more than 40m2 to be cooled at any one time. Ducted air conditioning systems boast their ability to allow you to control all areas of your home easily from one central panel, an additional option is available to allow remote access to the unit from your mobile device. You can set the temperature you desire on your way home from work and arrive to your home just the way that you like it.
Ducted systems are slightly more expensive in terms of installation costs as more work is required for the initial setup, this is offset by the lower running costs compared to and overworked split system if you are trying to cool large areas of your home.
Evaporative coolers are some of the most efficient ##air con units available in the market. Evaporative coolers are also the best by far for the quality of air in your home as no air is recirculated. This means all odours and allergens are expelled out into the atmosphere outside of your home.
Evaporative coolers work by harnessing the humidity in the air. Inside an evaporative cooler is a wet and dry bulb. Wet bulb is the lowest temperature which can be achieved through evaporation of water. The dry bulb is the current atmospheric temperature which your unit is going to cool down. As water evaporates it expends energy into the atmosphere. This expenditure of energy will lower the dry bulb temperature and return cooler fresh air into your home.
Evaporative units are not always a viable option and relative humidity levels of a geographical location will play a big factor in determining whether this is the right kind of unit for your property. Our technicians will be able to assess the viability of an evaporative unit in your home and provide sounds advice for your needs.
Ducted heating systems
Ducted Heating systems are one of the most popular types of units for heating an entire home efficiently. Ducted and central heating systems require regular maintenance and servicing to ensure that they are operating efficiently and safely. It is vital that you have you central heating system tested by a qualified technician, particularly for carbon monoxide emissions. Carbon monoxide is an odourless colourless gas which can be lethal. We employ masters of heating and cooling systems which can ensure that no emissions are escaping into your home environment and putting your family at risk.
Central Heating units function by passing cold air over a heat exchanger which achieves warmth through combustion of natural gas. The harmful products of this combustion must be removed from your house effectively to ensure the safety of your family.
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Wall furnace heaters consist of a long space heater affixed to the external side of an internal wall where the room requires heating. Similar to Ducted Heating units these Wall furnaces function by passing cool air over a heat exchanger warmed by the combustion of gas. This type of unit is good for single zone heating within the home. As with and heating system in the marketplace it requires regular servicing and maintenance to ensure it is working efficiently and safely.
Our technicians are qualified to work on all major brands of wall furnaces including; Braemar, Bonaire, Bonaire, Celair, Vulcan, Rinnai, Pyrox, Gasglo, Sime, Biasi, Baxi, Cambro, Ferroli, Harman, Lennox, Stadt, Southern, Parsons, Omega, Junkers and Raypak
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Fireplace and Gas log fire heaters
Gas Fireplace and Gas log fires are both great to look at as well as functional in terms of heating your home. They are able to be installed into existing fireplaces, replaced over existing fireplaces units, or installed as a free standing log fire heater.
We are able to provide service and maintenance for all major log fire brands including Rinnai, Cannon, real flame and more. With products available on the market currently you can choose the style of log fire in your home with some flames real, some simulated, a variety of designed casing and log types there is something for everyone. There are emissions which log fire heaters produce and it is important for safety reasons to have your log fire serviced by a qualified technician such as the experts that we employ.
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