Geelong air conditioning FAQ
What areas do you service?
Our Geelong air conditioning service locations include Batesford, Bell Park, Bell Post Hill , Belmont, Breakwater, Corio, Curlewis, Drumcondra, East Geelong, Fyansford, Geelong, Geelong West, North Geelong, Grovedale, Hamlyn Heights, Herne Hill, Highton, Leopold, Moolap, Newcomb, Newtown , Norlane, North Shore, Marshall, Rippleside, South Geelong, Wandana Heights and Waurn Ponds.
We also service the Surf Coast at Torquay, Angelsea, Lorne and the Bellarine Peninsula at Ocean Grove, Barwon Heads, Point Lonsdale, Queenscliff, Leopold, Portarlington, St Leonards, Clifton Springs, Drysdale.
Please contact our air conditioning installers for services in Werribee, Lara, Melbourne and Ballarat.
What brands do you supply?
We have recently become an authorised Toshiba dealer and are proud to be associated which such an outstanding brand. Other top quality brands we supply are Daikin ducted air conditioning, Fujitsu ducted air conditioning, Daikin split system, Mitsubishi air conditioners as well as Bonaire, Braemar, Carrier, Daikin, LG, Panasonic.
What is ducted air conditioning?
Ducted air conditioning is one of the most cost effective ways to heat/cool your home or business.
What does zoning mean when talking about ducted air conditioning?
Zoning allows you to turn on and off the air conditioning in certain areas of the house. This is done through the use of zone controls in the duct work in the ceiling space. For example, a two-story house may have an upstairs and downstairs zone, commonly called a day/night zone.
What is a split system air conditioner?
A split system comprises of two units – outside you have a condenser and compressor, and inside a unit which houses the evaporator fan. These are connected by refrigeration pipes. The design of a split system allows the unit to be quiet and energy efficient.
What are the benefits of a ducted system over a split system?
Each has its benefits. A ducted system is designed to air condition more than one room within your home. The indoor fan coil unit is situated manually in the ceiling space and is connected to the outdoor condensing unit. Individual outlets are situated in each room with the air conditioning controlled by a central controller. The split system is designed to air condition only one room. If you are looking to air condition the whole house then you should consider a ducted system.
Is there an air conditioner that will heat and cool my home?
Yes. A ducted system can heat and cool all rooms in a home or office. Air conditioning split systems heat and cool single rooms or large open plan living areas.
I am looking for energy efficient air conditioners ? Do they exist?
Yes. All air conditioners are now manufactured with energy efficiency in mind.
What temperatures do you advise?
Thermostats should be set around 24-27 degrees in summer – every 1° lower can increase running costs by 15 per cent.
Do you do air conditioning installation and regular air conditioning maintenance?
Yes. We are qualified Geelong air conditioner installers as well as trained in all aspects of air conditioning maintenance. Always ensure your air conditioner is checked by a qualified technician.