When you choose ducted reverse cycle air conditioning for your home, you get a system that includes a wide range of features and benefits that is visually less intrusive than other options. ACSIS Airconditioning specialists team will advise the best ducted air solutions for you.
Why Choose Ducted Air Conditioning?
A ducted reverse cycle air con system allows you to be comfortable all the year round. It’s a great choice for those wanting air conditioning in every room of their residential home, office space or other commercial buildings.
Reverse cycling performs both in cold winter and hot summer and utilises electricity to remove heat from one area of the house and transfer it to another, such as outdoors. It also pumps usable heat indoors so that the whole household will feel warmer in the winter.
How Ducted Air Conditioning Works
Ducted Air has a central unit (also known as a fan coil), which is installed in the house ceiling or roof space.
The AC cools the air which is then distributed through a series of ducts into outlets in every room of your home or office areas. You also have the option to have cooler or warmer rooms with individual controls, which is a simple to use feature called “zoning.”
We pride ourselves on offering the best quality air conditioners in Perth and supply Western Australia with all the big name brands in the industry and their products. Whether you’re looking for a custom designed ducted air con system for your Perth home, or multiple reverse cycle air conditioners for office spaces and commercial buildings, we have you covered with our supply of trusted brands.
Installing Ducted Air Conditoning
We size your ducted unit to allow up 65% of your home to be conditioned at any one time.
With a ducted air con system, the return air is usually installed in a hallway near the centre of the house while the outlets are installed near the windows to allow for the air to be drawn back into the return air location.
- We assess your home to determine the required system size
- A plan is drawn to scale containing duct layout and outlet locations
- Final agreement and deposit made with agreed installation date
- Delivery to home or site on morning of air conditioning installation
- Once installation is complete, we take you through all instructions
- Rubbish cleanup and a follow-up to check the job is satisfactory
ACSIS is committed to giving our clients a quality service at an affordable price and strive for customer satisfaction on every job.
For your peace of mind, all of our units and installs come with a 5 YEAR warranty.
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When you add an extra degree for cooling in summer (or heating in winter), it increases the consumption of the appliance by up to 10 per cent.
The recommended setting in the summer is between 22 to 24 degrees Celsius and 20 to 22 degrees Celsius in the winter. These temperatures are ideal in Perth, so you do not have to force your AC to work overtime. Therefore, you save some energy costs.
This feature lets the AC perform both in cold winter and hot summer. Reverse-cycle AC systems utilise electricity to remove heat from one area of the house and transfer it to another, such as outdoors.
It also pumps usable heat indoors so that the whole household will feel warmer in the winter.
Turn the air conditioner on first thing in the morning when the surroundings are cooler. It avoids the need for the AC to battle the hotter environment later during the day.
You can improve the condition of the AC by keeping up general maintenance at least every 12 months. It ensures the air conditioner will perform its best throughout the rest of its life. All that is required is regular clean of filters & washing down outdoor unit to remove any debris build up.
It’s best to do this in spring & autumn then if there are any issues with the air conditioner you can arrange for a technician to check you aircon before the heat of summer or the cold of winter as these are the busiest times for service calls.
The short answer is no.
To change your evaporative unit to a ducted reverse cycle air conditioner you will need to replace everything because the duct sizes are different and ducted air is temperature controlled whereas evaporative systems relies on larger airflow to cool you like a fan.