- What types of air conditioning units are suitable for installation in Australia?
The most common types of air conditioning units suitable for installation in Australia are split system air conditioners, ducted air conditioners, and portable air conditioners.
- Can I install an air conditioning unit myself?
It really isn’t recommended to install an air conditioning unit yourself. In Australia, the installation of air conditioning units must be carried out by a licensed technician to ensure compliance with local regulations and to ensure the safety of your home and family.
- Are there any government incentives for installing air conditioning units in Australia?
The Australian and NSW government offers incentives for installing energy-efficient air conditioning units, in particular, Solar solutions. The incentives include rebates and tax credits, and they vary depending on the state and the type of air conditioning unit. For up to date information on this, please give us a call.
- Do I need to service my air conditioning unit after installation?
It’s recommended to service your air conditioning unit annually to ensure its optimal performance and to extend its lifespan. Regular maintenance can also help prevent costly repairs and improve the air quality in your Hunter Valley home. With industries close by in the Hunter Valley, air quality is important.
- How often do I need to clean the filters in my air conditioning unit?
Ideally, you should clean the filters in your air conditioning unit every 2-3 months, or more frequently if you use the unit regularly or live in a dusty environment such as the Hunter Valley. Clogged filters can reduce the efficiency of the unit and lead to higher energy bills.
- Do you offer an installation service for both residential and commercial air conditioning systems?
Yes, we provide both the supply and installation, plus after support on all of your home or business AC requirements.
- Why is a ducted system more expensive than a split system air conditioning installation?
A ducted air conditioning system is generally more expensive than a split system installation due to its complexity; it involves installing ductwork throughout the entire home, requiring more labor and materials. Ducted systems are often customised for the specific layout and needs of the house, adding to the cost, while split systems are more standardised.
- When choosing a brand, which systems for residential use in the Hunter Region is best?
While most brands are good, including Mitsubishi, Toshiba, we find that Fujitsu & Daikin AC equipment handles the filtering of the Hunter Valley Region’s air most effectively. There are neighbouring industries that affect our air quality and this makes maintenance especially important.
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