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Efficient ducted air conditioning installations

Enjoy zoned cooling and heating with our flexible ducted air conditioning solutions.

Dive into unrivalled home comfort with ducted air conditioning

With our ducted air conditioning service, experience the pinnacle of climate control tailored to your needs. Unlike traditional systems, ducted air conditioning seamlessly integrates into your home's design, preserving its aesthetic appeal. Offering customizable zoning options, it ensures each room maintains the perfect temperature, enhancing energy efficiency and saving costs. If you seek a versatile, discreet, and efficient solution for year-round comfort, ducted air conditioning is the answer.

Unmatched comfort, efficiency, and versatility: the benefits of ducted air conditioning installations


Consistent comfort: the key advantage of ducted air conditioning installations

Energy efficient

Efficiency redefined: the power of ducted air conditioning installations

Aesthetic integration

Seamless integration: the aesthetic appeal of ducted air conditioning installations

Certifications & accreditations

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

qualified reliable experts 

Optimal comfort in every room: where ducted air conditioning shines

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Discover where ducted air conditioning excels in a commercial environment

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cooling your space 

cooling your space 

cooling your space 

warming your heart 

warming your heart 

warming your heart 

Ducted air conditioning demystified

How does ducted air conditioning installation work?

Ducted air conditioning systems involve installing a central unit, typically placed outside or in a designated area such as the roof space, along with a network of ducts hidden within the walls, floors, or ceiling. These ducts distribute conditioned air to different areas of the building, ensuring consistent temperature control throughout.

What are the benefits of ducted air conditioning over other systems?

Ducted air conditioning offers several advantages, including whole-house comfort, space-saving design, energy efficiency, customizable zoning, quiet operation, enhanced aesthetics, improved air quality, and increased property value.

Can ducted air conditioning be installed in existing homes?

Yes, ducted air conditioning can be installed in existing homes, although the installation process may vary depending on factors such as the layout of the home, available space for ductwork, and the condition of the existing HVAC system. A professional assessment is recommended to determine the feasibility and requirements for installation – talk to our engineers about it!

How much does ducted air conditioning installation cost?

The cost of ducted air conditioning installation can vary depending on factors such as the size of the home or building, the complexity of the installation, the chosen system specifications, and any additional features or upgrades desired. It’s best to request a quote from a reputable HVAC contractor for an accurate assessment of costs.

Consulting with our HVAC professionals can provide valuable guidance in navigating these factors and selecting the most suitable system for your unique setup.

What maintenance is required for ducted air conditioning units?

Regular maintenance is essential for ensuring the efficient and reliable operation of ducted air conditioning units. This typically includes tasks such as cleaning or replacing air filters, inspecting ductwork for leaks or damage, checking refrigerant levels, lubricating moving parts, and scheduling professional servicing as recommended by the manufacturer.

How long does a ducted air conditioning system last?

With proper maintenance and care, ducted air conditioning systems can last for 15 to 20 years or more. However, factors such as usage patterns, environmental conditions, and the quality of installation and maintenance can affect the lifespan of the system. Regular inspections and prompt repairs can help prolong the life of the system.

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