Ducted Air Conditioning Perth
Are you searching for a professional to install a ducted air conditioning system in your home or office? Here at Stinson Air & Solar we offer over 25 years of award-winning experience in designing, installing, and servicing top-quality custom ducted air conditioning systems in Perth, Western Australia.
If you want to find out why we are the top choice for reverse cycle ducted air conditioning installation for Perth’s leading home builders, simply give us a call!
Looking for a professional to install a ducted air conditioning system in your home?
We have sold and installed over twenty thousand air conditioners and we think we know a thing or two about home air conditioning. We have continually evolved and worked hard to make sure everyone that chooses our service over our competitors knows that they made the right decision.
To find out why we are the first choice in air conditioning for Western Australia’s leading builders, just give us a call!
We stock only the best ducted system air conditioning brands
We hold dealerships and partnerships with the world’s leading brands, with a range of exceptional ducted systems from Daikin, Panasonic, Samsung and more.
Ducted air conditioning and how it works.
A ducted reverse cycle system consists of a unit that sits inside your ceiling and one that sits outside. The only visible components are the vents in the ceiling that deliver the air.
Rather that having a split system air conditioning unit for each room or area, ducted air conditioning is designed to distribute air throughout the whole house via one system. You can however, still zone your areas to improve the efficiency of the system and ensure you are not cooling or heating un-occupied rooms.
Made up of only 5 core components, installing a ducted reverse cycle system is simpler and cheaper than you might think, especially in the long run.
Indoor Air Conditioning Unit
This unit houses the fan unit that distributes air around the house.
Outdoor Unit or Compressor
The size of this unit will be determined based upon the size of your home.
Insulated tubing that delivers the air from the indoor unit to the individual rooms. Poor ducting can mean the heat in your ceiling will make your system work harder.
Air Con Diffusers
Diffusers are the vents that deliver the air into the rooms. There are many different shapes and sizes to suit the purpose of the room.
Zone control is the key to the systems efficiency. Each room can be controlled independently using dampers so energy is not wasted cooling or heating un-occupied rooms.
Benefits of ducted reverse cycle systems
- Central Control
Heat or cool your home with just a single touch of a button from a central unit.
- Compact Aesthetics
Hidden in your roof cavity, and less invasive on your home decor. Giving you more room in your home.
- Reduced Maintenance
With just one outdoor condensing unit to monitor as opposed to multiple units, you will save time and money on maintenance costs.
- Energy Efficient
If your home is large enough for two split systems, a ducted system will usually provide more efficiency.
- Quiet requires
Just a single outdoor compressor/condenser unit hidden away, meaning less noise when active.
- Automation Functions
Built for lifestyle with the ability to automate functions and operate remotely from mobile devices.
- Adds Property Value
Air conditioning is a great long term investment to increase the value of your property.
Why choose ducted air-conditioning over a split system?
With over 80% of homes, especially single storey homes we would generally recommend the one ducted reverse cycle system over several split systems, here are some reasons why:
- Smaller Size
Households and business owners are forever looking at ways of saving space and improving their visual aesthetic. Ducted systems negate the need for multiple wall units to be installed throughout your property, giving you more internal space and control over your interior design.
- Less Maintenance
Thanks to ducted systems only relying on one large unit, maintenance is faster and more affordable.
- Cheaper Running Cost
Worried about rising energy bills? If you are heating more than one room, a ducted system will better fit a range of budgets than a split system in each room. This applies to both cost of the units and running costs.
If you use multiple rooms in your house, a ducted system gives you more control. With a range of smart features including automated timer settings, as well as the ability to control the units remotely from mobile devices.
There is no doubt about it, when it comes to style, a ducted system wins over a split system every time. This is all thanks to it’s unintrusive design, with almost all components being neatly hidden behind your walls or ceiling.
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