Ducted air conditioning systems are an extremely popular choice for heating and cooling Western Australian homes. Ducted air conditioning is perfect for many small to large, and complex home layouts. With a discreet design, ducted air conditioning systems blend seamlessly into almost any home.
Ducted air conditioners are designed to cool and heat the whole home. These units consist of indoor and outdoor components. The outdoor unit pumps air into the indoor unit where it is heated or cooled and then released through a series of ducts throughout the home.
Ducted air conditioning systems bring a wide range of benefits to WA home owners. Here are the top three benefits of ducted air conditioning.
Ducted air conditioning units are the ultimate system for a sleek and unobtrusive design. The outdoor unit blends in seamlessly to the roof, while the indoor components are mostly hidden within the ceiling space. Therefore, a ducted system will have no bulky parts on the walls and is the perfect option for those who prefer a discreet and stylish design.
Ducted systems are designed with maximum efficiency in mind. Most are now reverse cycle, which means they provide both heating and cooling in one unit. This saves having multiple heating and cooling systems in the home. Ducted systems produce a higher heat output than electricity input, making it very efficient.
Ducted systems also boast compressor inverter technology. The two common types of compressors are fixed speed and variable speed (inverter). The fixed speed compressor runs at 100% capacity, stopping and starting automatically to maintain the desired temperature. However, inverter compressors vary their speed to maintain a consistent temperature. This provides many benefits, one being efficiency.
One great advantage of ducted air conditioning systems is zoning. Zoning gives the user control over individual temperatures in each room. You can even turn off zones when no one is using that area, saving on electricity. Zoning brings great benefits to the family, not only through efficiency, but also by being able to customise temperatures in different areas of the home; keeping every family member happy.
Installing Ducted Air Conditioning Systems
The installation process of ducted systems will vary from home to home. An air conditioning expert will visit your home to carefully assess your home’s layout, room sizes, number of people living in the home and anything that could affect the indoor temperature such as insulation and windows. As well as indoors, the outside will also be assessed. This helps to find the ideal spot for the outdoor unit and how the installation process will be carried out.
How Long Does It Take To Install Ducted Air Conditioning?
Installing time can vary depending on the type of home and many other factors. However, generally it should be completed within a day.
There is a lot to love about ducted air conditioning systems. With superior cooling and heating, maximum efficiency, zoning options and an unobtrusive design; ducted systems are the perfect solution for almost any home.