So, you have decided that the best form of air conditioning for your home is a ducted reverse cycle system? Now what? The choice and range can be overwhelming.
With so many systems and features in the market, we have brought together a few important things for you to consider before purchasing a reverse ducted air conditioning Sydney.
Reverse cycle works on the basis that it pumps air from the outside into the inside. Using this principle, below is how a reverse cycle air conditioner works:
Reverse cycle air conditioner provides 100% optimum efficiency. Instead of generating heat inside, the air conditioning makes use of heat from outside. The refrigerant extracts heat from outside by an external coil. Through a compressor or ‘condenser’, this air is then pumped in a fan coil. All the heat is then released inside the room.
Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning can have 3 or more units, potentially saving families on electricity and purchasing different unit in different seasons. Your running or operational costs can reduce by almost 40% in comparison to other units.
Zones: This may be worthy to consider if you have a large home. Zoning allows you to turn on the air conditioning for parts of the house which you want to cool or heat rather than the whole house. This division into zones supports convenience and economy.
Vents: You will require vents for the air to be released into the home. These come in a variety of designs and can be installed within the ceiling or walls. For homes with small ceiling spaces, slim line vents are also available.
Controls: There are two types – Hard wired and wall mounted. In a large house you might choose to mount extra controllers throughout your home for added convenience. Make sure you look carefully at the specifications once your quote comes through as features will vary from controller to controller!
Sensors: To keep the room at the set temperature these are set by the controller. Multiple sensors might be required with large, open-plan areas to control the temperatures automatically .
The running costs of your ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system depends on:
It is important to ensure all current fixtures and environment is set up before you order your air conditioner. This is to ensure it performs efficiently and economically. Key things to ensure is that your house is properly insulated and draught-proof before installing your perfect air conditioning unit.
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