Why Choose Ducted Air Conditioning?

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Full Guide Of Ducted Air Conditioning


We feel that ducted air conditioning is the ultimate climate control solution for your whole home as there is an even dispersion of airflow throughout the house, in every single room so everyone is comfortable without having one area being colder than the other.

Aesthetically, it is also appealing as ducted systems are relatively unobtrusive with the conditioned air being disbursed through ducts hidden in the roof space to outlets in the ceiling of each room. It looks flush and discreet including the noise.

Some Of The Benefits Of Using Ducted Air Conditioning Are:

  1. Every room is individually air-conditioned based on preferences
  2. It has a central temperature and zone control with set and forget timers
  3. Different brands will provide you a different number of zones you can control with just a single system. In the long run, it provides flexibility and saves cost
  4. There is an even amount of air distribution; no hot or cold spots in your home
  5. Aesthetically, only grilles mounted in the ceiling or floor are visible, ducted systems do not intrude into the overall look of your rooms
  6. Ducted air conditioning is the most noise efficient system. This is because the equipment is placed in the ceiling, under the floor or outside the house
  7. When it comes to value, it is by far cheaper to install ducted air conditioning than a wall split in each and every room
  8. In the long run, if you are thinking of selling your house, installing a ducted air conditioning system can add to the overall sale value
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At the end of the day, one of the more important features of ducted air conditioning is that consumers save cost simply by the fact that you can turn off the system in rooms which are not being used.

Other Things To Consider:

  1. Make sure the system you select will do the areas you require as a ducted air conditioning system is very expensive to replace if it’s too small
  2. Ensure your ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system meets MEPS (Minimum Energy Performance Standard)
  3. Check the person designing the ductwork and size of unit is correctly licensed
  4. Make sure that a licensed electrician carries out the electrical components such as the circuit from the switchboard to the condenser
  5. A licensed tradesman must do the refrigeration and electrical components to ensure your warranty is valid