Ducted Air Conditioning

Installing a ducted air conditioning system means you can enjoy climate-controlled comfort throughout the home at the touch of a button, all year round. Ducted systems don’t require wall mounted units and vents can be strategically placed to be aesthetically pleasing.

A ducted system can be installed in nearly all new and existing homes. The compressor unit is installed outside the house while the indoor unit is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor with flexible ductwork distributing cool or warm air through vents located throughout the house.

Speak to one of our technicians today about our ducted systems – Call +61(0)4 4950 2152 for a free quote!

Which Size Air Conditioning System Do I Require?

  • Bedrooms Only – 7KW Cool/7.5KW Heat reverse cycle system with 2-4 outlets.
  • Small 3-4 Bedroom House – 10kw Cool/12.5KW Heat reverse cycle system with 4-6 outlets.
  • Medium 5 Bedroom House – 12.5kw Cool/15KW Heat reverse cycle system with 6-8 outlets.
  • Large 4 Bedroom House – 14kw Cool/16.5KW Heat reverse cycle system with 7-9 outlets.
  • Large 4-5 Bedroom House – 16kw Cool/18KW Heat reverse cycle system with 8-11 outlets.

Split Air Condition and Multi split system

What is a Split Air Conditioner System?

A split system consists of two units – one inside and one outdoors. The indoor unit is fixed to the wall of the room to be cooled/heated, the outdoor unit is then installed outside the property. The two units are connected through tubing & a power connection.

How is a Split Air Conditioner Different from Other A/C Units?

A split air conditioner does not require major installation work because it does not require ductwork. Rather, the indoor and outdoor units are connected with a set of electrical wires and tubing. This is good for your wallet and the environment.

What is a Multi split system?

A multi split system generally allows you to have up to five or more separate indoor units for different rooms in your house. The outdoor unit can be wall mounted if you live in a unit or have a multistorey house.

VRF /VRV Systems

Variable Refrigerant Flow or VRF systems (Also known as Variable Refrigerant Volume systems) are like a split system except that rather than having one outdoor unit for each indoor unit, they have up to 20 indoor units for each outdoor unit

What is difference between VRV and VRF?

They are essentially the SAME, but the term VRV is copyrighted by Daikin. for example, a system by Daikin may be called a VRV, but a similar system made by Fujitsu is a VRF. VRV = Variable Refrigerant Volume, VRF = Variable Refrigerant Flow.

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