Installing ducted into your home has many benefits
- It can lower your electricity bill by individually controlling the rooms you use One system to cool/heat your entire house instead of multiple systems
- Take back your wall space and outdoor space!
- One unit to have serviced instead of multiple
- Control your air conditioning with your smart device! (options available)
- Add value to your property
We like to begin with a detailed inspection of your roof cavity. This allows us to plan the best location of the indoor unit, the layout of the ducts, the return air grill location and the best place for the outdoor unit. These plans are done in consultation with the owner to ensure the finished job is perfect.
Once we have the go ahead, we send our technicians in to carry out the technical task of installing all the components. By the end of the day, you have your brand new ducted air conditioning system installed! Our technicians will run you through how to use your system. Depending on what you have chosen to be installed you may be able to cool or warm different sections of the dwelling as desired.
SMOKE ALARM LAWS IN QUEENSLAND HAVE CHANGED
New legislation specifies that all Queensland dwellings will be required to have interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms in all bedrooms, in hallways that connect bedrooms with the rest of the dwelling and on every level From 1 January 2022 in all domestic dwellings leased and sold.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
Photoelectric is the newest technology and method used to detect smoke.
Interconnected is meaning hardwired/connected to a homes electrical system with a battery back-up power supply.
Installing a Reverse Cycle Split System in an existing home.
A reverse cycle split system is a unit that can both heat and cool, therefore great for Winter and Summer! In order to install a reverse cycle split system in a home or office, our technicians firstly need to identify a few key factors. First, we need to decide the location of the unit and outdoor unit, also taking into consideration that they aren’t in direct sunlight and that they have enough space around them to ensure they work to their best ability. They also need to identify a clear drain and pipe location. Our technicians are highly qualified and are happy to come out and assess the dwelling in which they will choose the best place for your Airconditioning unit.
The installation will either be what we call a ‘back to back’ or an ‘up and over’.
Back to back is when we can have the outdoor unit directly behind the wall that the indoor unit is mounted on.
Up and Over is when we are unable to have the outdoor unit placed directly behind the indoor unit. Whether it be that the indoor unit is on an internal wall or the external wall could be inaccessible. This means the piping must be brought up and through the roof down to a wall that has a sufficient amount of space for the outdoor unit to be placed.
Once the locations have been decided we will mount the split system unit inside, then complete the pipework accordingly to reach the outdoor unit. To finish – our Electrician will then wire up the unit and the installation will be complete.