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Air Conditioners FAQ’s

How can I save energy when using my air conditioner?

The following tips will ensure your air conditioner is both comfortable and economical all year round:

How often should I clean my filter?

Can I switch my air conditioner off at the power point or at the fuse box?

I have a ducted air conditioner and the air only comes out in part of the house?

My air conditioner doesn’t seem to be heating?

My air conditioner doesn’t seem to be cooling?

The unit won’t switch on and the operation lamp is flashing?

During the heating cycle a white mist is expelled from the outdoor fans?

I turn my air conditioner on in winter and nothing happens?

In winter sometimes the air coming out feels cool?

We had a power outage & now my air conditioner won’t work?

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What To Look For In An Airconditioner

Every home is different, and the right air conditioner will depend on many factors, such as room orientation, window size and ceiling insulation to name a few.  It’s an important decision to get right, as an air conditioner that’s too small won’t adequately heat or cool your home, but one that’s too large will be inefficient and expensive to run.  ACSIS has the knowledge, skills and experience to help you make the right choice.

An air conditioner is a significant investment, so reliability is a key concern.  The air conditioners we supply are built to a high quality, with strict quality control standards and come with a 5-year warranty on parts and labour when installed by our team of airconditioning experts.

Can I change my evaporative unit to a reverse cycle air conditioner?

To change your evaporative unit to a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner you will need to replace everything for the following reasons:

A reverse cycle air conditioner is an extremely worthwhile investment but can be an expensive waste of money if it isn’t installed to work effectively.

 

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