Refrigerant Air Conditioning
Refrigerant Air Conditioning systems work well in any climate.
These systems reduce the room temperature quicker than any other system and are cheaper to run in comparison to older air conditioning units.
Refrigerated Split System
Refrigerated Split Systems are a great way to heat and cool a space in your home. They are made up of two parts. One is attached to the internal wall to draw the heat in, while the other part sits on an external wall to draw the heat out.
Reverse Cycle Ducted System
A Reverse Cycle Ducted System can heat and cool your home all year round.
Reverse cycle ducted systems can be installed on your property in either the floors, walls or ceilings. These systems do require an indoor and outdoor unit. Depending on the property, the inside unit can be either be inside the roof or under the floor.
Gas Ducted Heating with Add-On Ducted System
Gas ducted heating is very similar to reverse cycle ducted heating, only it heats using natural gas and cools the home using refrigerated cooling.
Tip: If you want your air conditioning unit to work well throughout the year, you should do the following:
Clean the indoor filter every 6 weeks. If the filters are not cleaned regularly, dirt will clog your filters and prevent good air flow into the house or worse, damage the heating/cooling unit.
Keep the outdoor cooling unit clear from trees, bushes or other obstructions as it may reduce or stop your cooler from working effectively.
All Refrigerated Systems
A refrigerative air conditioner removes the heat from inside your home and transfers it outside. It continues to do this until your home is cooled to the temperature determined on the thermostat. They cool, dehumidify and recirculate air around your home.
Refrigerative air conditioners cool your home quietly and quickly. Modern air conditioners have inverters that regulate the temperature of your home, so you don’t have to manually turn your cooling on and off again.
These systems can be expensive to purchase and operate, although in comparison to older air conditioning units you will save money.
Money Saving Tip: During summer set your air conditioner thermostat between 24°C and 26°C in communal areas. This will save you approximately 10 per cent more money then temperatures lower 24°C.
Agas Plumber installs all the above heating and cooling systems and add ons. If you have a question or enquiry regarding any of these systems, please do not hesitate to contact the Agas Plumber team.