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Thinking of installing air conditioning or replacing your existing system? With rising electricity prices, keeping a cap on your air conditioning running costs are an important consideration. You also need to factor in the cost of purchasing a unit of the correct size and work out how much installation will cost.
The purpose of today's article is discuss the differences and pro's and con's of two of Australia's most popular cooling systems. Evaporative cooling and reverse cycle air conditioning are two very different methods of cooling your home each with their benefits and drawbacks.
Let's answer that question right from the top. Yes. You do need to service your air conditioner - just like a car. This will ensure it runs at peak efficiency and performance as well as extending the lifespan so you can enjoy your investment for many, many years to come.
Your air conditioner can make your life significantly more comfortable in the hot summers and cooler winters. Just like all appliances, air conditioners don't perform their best forever. Units have a certain lifespan and if you've noticed that the air con isn't working like it used to, then it might be time to call in the experts
Portable air conditioners are not something we have discussed previously but they may offer a cost effective solution to cooling your home (or parts of it). For those on a tighter budget, renting or just needing a quick solution to a stinking hot house, a portable air conditioner that you can pick up from your local JB Hifi may seem like a good option.
It's difficult to please everyone with the air conditioner in a large house - some rooms are too hot, some are too cold and it's difficult to get consistency. The solution? Customised Air Conditioning may be able to install a zone control system so you can have precise control over different rooms and areas in your home.
We hope you consider getting ahead of the curve and booking in your air conditioner this winter. Read our tips in the article to learn why you should book in right away!
It’s official, Perth is here and it’s cold! It’s time to swap out the board-shorts with track pants and sweaters as well as switch the air conditioner from cooling to heating. Now you might be all excited to switch the air con back on after a few months, it’s important to do a little preventative maintenance to keep your unit humming along all year round - it also will save you on any headaches down the track.
If you get solar installed at the same time as your air conditioning unit, the increase in your energy costs from the air conditioner can be absorbed and offset. When considering solar for your home in any event, the economic benefits of installing it at the same time as your air conditioning system are hard to ignore.