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What heating/cooling system is best for my home?

Air Con

 

Have you been thinking of getting an air conditioning system and you are not yet sure which system is best for you? With the extreme of heat and cold that we get in Adelaide, we think that putting consideration into all of your needs is vital. We’ll be taking a look at three types of heating and cooling systems: Ceiling Fan, Ducted Reverse Cycle and Split Air Conditioner.

 

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Ceiling Fan

A ceiling fan improves your cooling in summer, and heating in winter months at your home or business. They are very effective in “cooling” the room by the wind-chill-effect which makes you feel more comfortable and cooler by accelerating the evaporation of perspiration on your skin. The more evaporation, the cooler you feel. In the cooler months you can reverse your fan to move warm air from the ceiling area down to you, which also helps to reduce energy and costs. Ceiling fans are energy efficient and come in various colours, shapes and designs to match the style in your home, office or holiday house.

 

 

Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner

Enjoy perfect temperature all year round with a properly installed ducted reverse cycle system in your Adelaide home.

Installing a ducted reverse cycle air is a great solution for heating and cooling an entire home.

A single unit sits outside of your home and runs heating and cooling to each room via vents in the ceiling or wall. It can have zone control to only heat/cool the required areas. Its extremely efficient, and more cost effective than putting split systems in each room. You can revel in a cool surroundings all through summer and live warm all through wintry weather.



Wall Mounted Split Systems

Split systems are mounted on the wall of the area that you wanted temperature controlled. They are also reverse cycle, so heat in winter and cool in summer. It's a great option if you only have one or two rooms that you need temperature control in. Wall mounted split systems are connected to an outdoor unit directly linked to the indoor unit. There is one outdoor unit for each wall mounted split system.