The choice for whole home comfort in South Australia: Ducted Air Conditioning installations across the Adelaide Metropolitan area.

What is Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning?

By having Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning technologies installed, your home is equipped with whole house climate control that allows you to choose individually whether the rooms are to be cooled or warmed.

The system itself is discreet and consist of two components – the indoor and outdoor units. Installed in various spots on ceiling or under the floor throughout your home, the indoor unit is hidden out of sight. The outdoor unit, as suggested, is installed outside and is connected to the indoor unit through copper pair coils. These two units are used to exchange warmed or cooled refrigerant to adjust the air temperature according to desire.

The system uses and recycles the air from within your homes through the return air system which is most often a return air grille. Because of the operation, it is important to consistently make sure it is clean.

What is Ducted Air Conditioning Zoning?

By zoning your home and its ducted air-conditioning system, everyone can adjust and enjoy their own temperature and airflow. Meanwhile, while turning off the airflow for rooms not in use, energy and running cost can be saved and reduced.

In comparison, central air conditioning unit cools or heats the entire house with the same airflow. It does not take into consideration of room size, how many people are using (or not using) that room, the sun hitting one side of the house, or most importantly, everyone’s individual choices for the temperature.