Compact & Silent

With new residential home builds changing in size, the compact size of these units optimises space and are easy to install where space is limited.  Multi units and VRV are energy efficient, are quiet in operation and allow us to run long piping runs for flexible outdoor unit placement in the location at your home. The ultimate in ducted air conditioning system design.

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Climate Control In Every Room

Each indoor unit in the home can be individually operated to conditioning each space as required. There are a wide variety of styles and performance levels to ensure you are meeting your energy efficiency and aesthetic needs.

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What our clients say

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Of all the air conditioning installers in the Hunter Valley, Coalfields gave me the best customer experience. The pricing is fair, the people are nice, they're on-time, reliable and genuine. I can recommend their Aircon services easily and will continue to do so.
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"Awesome service price and workmanship guaranted"
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"Staff were very clean and tidy and very helpful explaining the setup."
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Need To Know's About Multi Units & VRV's

With a multi unit you can connect up to six indoor units to one compact outdoor unit, saving space along the external walls of the your business or home. With a VRV, the amount of indoor units are unlimited.
With both multi and VRV units, you have control of each individual room using individual remotes to provide the best climate.
Multi-units come in both single and three phase power options so there is always a system to match your home or business.
A multi-head split system uses one outdoor unit to control multiple indoor air conditioner unit 'heads'.
VRV is a technology that alternates the refrigerant volume in a system to match a space’s precise air requirements.
In a VRV system only a minimum amount of energy is required for a system to maintain set temperatures, and ensure that it automatically shuts off when no occupants are detected in a room.

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