For ultimate air conditioning for your entire home a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner is the way to go!
As the name might suggest, ducted air conditioners work primarily through a series of ducts to keep you cool. Ducted A/C has an internal fancoil unit installed in the roof space of the home. From this central location, a series of ducts run from it and into as many rooms in the house as the owner desires. From these ducts, this allows you to cool or heat each room individually – called zoning. This is done so by the thermostat on the wall, allowing you to select the temperature and other settings. The ease of cooling a whole house is apparent here, and if you’re constructing a new home or doing major renovations, then ducted air conditioning is a viable choice.
No need to suffer through another long, hot Summer or cold winter!
A properly designed and installed air conditioner system can be extremely effective and cost efficient to run.
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Cleaning your ducted air conditioner filter
The air return filter on a ducted air conditioner requires regular cleaning.
Dust collects on the filter and restricts the airflow. The restricted airflow reduces the efficiency of the system and if it becomes blocked it can cause damage to the fan coil unit.
In a normal residential house the filter should be checked/cleaned every couple of months.
Blocked filters can reduce a system's efficiency significantly. Replacing a blocked-up filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner's energy consumption by anywhere from 5% to 15%.
It is recommended that your ducted air conditioner be fully serviced and have its coils cleaned on an annual basis.
By getting your air conditioner cleaned regularly by a professional it helps with:
Improved air conditioner efficiency - When the filters get clogged and become dirty, the normal air flow of air is impeded making the unit work harder then it should.
Lower electricity bills - Air conditioners take up a significantly large portion of your electrical consumption and a dirty air conditioner consumes even more power because it is forced to work harder. By cleaning your air conditioner, you reduce your units need to work harder - slashing dollars off your electricity bill.
Avoid future air conditioner repairs and replacements- Leaving your air conditioner in a dirty state will eventually lead to bigger problems. As it gathers dirt and dust it will become more difficult to clean! It will become prone to overheating and developing ice build ups.
Better indoor air quality - Your air conditioner doesn't just cool your home, it also plays an important part in helping to keep the air circulating clean and healthy. A dirty unit provides a suitable breeding ground for mould, fungi, bacteria and germs to thrive. Exposing your family to a variety of respiratory infections and triggers asthma attacks.