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We’ll help you choose the right air-conditioning system for your home

There is so much more to air conditioning than meets the eye, from space limitations, installation logistics, energy consumption and countless competing products. If your priority is to get your air conditioning installed right the first time around, our team is highly regarded by Perth’s top home builders, such as Dale Alcock Homes for their unrivalled installation quality and unbeatable service.

What is the best air conditioning system for a bedroom

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The best solution for bedrooms will always be the quietest air conditioning unit available, for this reason, a ducted air conditioning system will be the best choice of air conditioning for bedrooms.

However, if you are in a smaller apartment or simply are not ready to commit to a ducted system, your best option is simply the most energy-efficient unit you can afford that matches your room size (most likely between 2-3kw). The reason for this is that noise is lost energy, so by design the more efficient your unit is, the less noise it will make.

If you are looking to get the best sleep possible, we’ve also written an article that talks about the best temperature for sleeping.

What is the most energy-efficient type of air conditioner?

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We recommend considering an inverter air conditioner if you are looking for a system with improved energy efficiency and a longer lifespan. Designed for superior energy efficiency, these units can adjust their power output to maintain a consistent temperature, unlike traditional models which cycle on and off. This ability to modulate power usage makes them a more energy-efficient choice for air conditioning. Both ducted reverse cycle and split system air conditioning systems are available with inverter technology.

What is reverse cycle air conditioning?

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Reverse cycle systems are refrigerated systems with a reversing valve that changes the direction the refrigerant gas travels in your system. In cooling mode, hot air is pumped outside, and in heating mode, the hot air is pumped inside. These systems also have a dry mode to remove moisture from humid air, and a fan mode, which is great for circulating and cleaning air on milder days.

What's the difference between a ducted and split system?

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Ducted systems deliver cooled or heated air through a series of ducts to each room in the property, providing uniform temperature control. They are integrated into the building structure, making them less visible. On the other hand, split systems consist of an indoor unit connected to an outdoor unit and are typically used to heat or cool a single room or area. They are more visible than ducted systems, but can often be installed more efficiently and at a lower cost.

What size air conditioner do I need?

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Small Rooms

For bedrooms & small studies (smaller than ~20m2), we recommend 2.5kw air conditioning units.

Medium Rooms

For large bedrooms, lounge rooms and dining rooms (~20m2 – 45m2), we recommend looking at 3-5kw air conditioning units.

Large Rooms

For big rooms ( anything over 45m2) with less insulation such as kitchens and shared living/dining rooms, we recommend looking into 6kw+ air conditioning units

Open Plan Office or Retail Floorspace

Once you reach rooms over 50-60m2, it becomes more complicated to recommend based on room size, there are many more factors you need to account for. A blanket rule would be to look at air-conditioning units upwards of 7kw, but we recommend talking to a specialist in our store to get the best efficiency possible – it could save you thousands of dollars each year.

We’ll help you choose the right air-conditioning system for your home

There is so much more to air conditioning than meets the eye, from space limitations, installation logistics, energy consumption and countless competing products. If your priority is to get your air conditioning installed right the first time around, our team is highly regarded by Perth’s top home builders, such as Dale Alcock Homes for their unrivalled installation quality and unbeatable service.

What is the best air conditioning system for a bedroom

Chevron Down

The best solution for bedrooms will always be the quietest air conditioning unit available, for this reason, a ducted air conditioning system will be the best choice of air conditioning for bedrooms.

However, if you are in a smaller apartment or simply are not ready to commit to a ducted system, your best option is simply the most energy-efficient unit you can afford that matches your room size (most likely between 2-3kw). The reason for this is that noise is lost energy, so by design the more efficient your unit is, the less noise it will make.

If you are looking to get the best sleep possible, we’ve also written an article that talks about the best temperature for sleeping.

What is the most energy-efficient type of air conditioner?

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We recommend considering an inverter air conditioner if you are looking for a system with improved energy efficiency and a longer lifespan. Designed for superior energy efficiency, these units can adjust their power output to maintain a consistent temperature, unlike traditional models which cycle on and off. This ability to modulate power usage makes them a more energy-efficient choice for air conditioning. Both ducted reverse cycle and split system air conditioning systems are available with inverter technology.

What is reverse cycle air conditioning?

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Reverse cycle systems are refrigerated systems with a reversing valve that changes the direction the refrigerant gas travels in your system. In cooling mode, hot air is pumped outside, and in heating mode, the hot air is pumped inside. These systems also have a dry mode to remove moisture from humid air, and a fan mode, which is great for circulating and cleaning air on milder days.

What's the difference between a ducted and split system?

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Ducted systems deliver cooled or heated air through a series of ducts to each room in the property, providing uniform temperature control. They are integrated into the building structure, making them less visible. On the other hand, split systems consist of an indoor unit connected to an outdoor unit and are typically used to heat or cool a single room or area. They are more visible than ducted systems, but can often be installed more efficiently and at a lower cost.

What size air conditioner do I need?

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Small Rooms

For bedrooms & small studies (smaller than ~20m2), we recommend 2.5kw air conditioning units.

Medium Rooms

For large bedrooms, lounge rooms and dining rooms (~20m2 – 45m2), we recommend looking at 3-5kw air conditioning units.

Large Rooms

For big rooms ( anything over 45m2) with less insulation such as kitchens and shared living/dining rooms, we recommend looking into 6kw+ air conditioning units

Open Plan Office or Retail Floorspace

Once you reach rooms over 50-60m2, it becomes more complicated to recommend based on room size, there are many more factors you need to account for. A blanket rule would be to look at air-conditioning units upwards of 7kw, but we recommend talking to a specialist in our store to get the best efficiency possible – it could save you thousands of dollars each year.

Looking to install a new air conditioning system?

Talk to one of our experts and they’ll help you design the perfect system to suit your existing home. We’ll match the right powered unit to the number of rooms and size of your house so you’ll never waste energy or money.

Talk to an Air Conditioning Specialist

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Looking to install a new air conditioning system?

Talk to one of our experts and they’ll help you design the perfect system to suit your existing home. We’ll match the right powered unit to the number of rooms and size of your house so you’ll never waste energy or money.

Talk to an Air Conditioning Specialist

Enquire Now

Why choose Stinson Air & Solar?

How about a team that prides itself on honesty and genuine customer relationships?

Stinson Air & Solar is nearing 30 years in WA’s air-conditioning industry and has built a model of industry-leading values, quality control and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Why not take a look at our reviews on Google? With over 100 5-star reviews from happy customers, you can expect quality service with Stinson Air & Solar.

If you are interested in learning what sets Stinson Air & Solar apart from the competition you can read all about our story here.

100% satisfaction guaranteed

With over 28 years of award-winning experience in designing, installing, and servicing top-quality custom air conditioning and rooftop solar systems. Stinson Air & Solar are proud to be the first choice in air and solar for Western Australia’s leading builders.

Every air conditioning installation done to the highest standards

Our air conditioning process begins with a conversation that continues beyond the moment we hand over a completely quality-controlled air conditioning system that you feel confident to operate.

Beyond handover, we are always available to answer any questions and provide timely, complete after-sales service and support.

Our 28-point quality control system

We use our industry-leading 28-Point Quality Control System to ensure that our installs are performed to the highest standard of any air conditioning specialist in WA. ‘Average’ is simply not good enough for Stinson Air & Solar.

Integrate Smart Home Automation with your home’s Air Conditioning

At Stinson Air & Solar, we offer a range of smart air conditioning solutions to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for a system that can integrate with your existing smart home setup or beginning your journey into smart home technology, we’re here to assist you in finding the perfect system for your needs.

Advantage Air Smart Home Air Conditioning

Integrate your air conditioning with Google Home or Amazon Alexa

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These systems can easily integrate with other smart devices in your home. For example, you can use your Google Home or Amazon Alexa to control your air conditioning with voice commands. Some smart air conditioners can also be synced with smart thermostats for even better temperature control.

Automate and schedule your homes temperature to your lifestyle:

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With a smart air conditioning system, you can schedule your air conditioning warm your house before you wake on those cold winter mornings or turn down or off when you go to bed for huge benefits in sleep quality. You’ll also benefit from improve energy efficiency, as you can set the system to use less energy when you’re not home.

Monitoring and Maintenance Alerts:

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Never forget routine maintenance again! Smart home air conditioning systems monitor your energy usage and alert you when it’s time for routine maintenance or when a potential issue is detected. This helps to ensure that your air conditioner is always running at its best and safest.

Integrate Smart Home Automation with your home’s Air Conditioning

At Stinson Air & Solar, we offer a range of smart air conditioning solutions to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for a system that can integrate with your existing smart home setup or beginning your journey into smart home technology, we’re here to assist you in finding the perfect system for your needs.

Advantage Air Smart Home Air Conditioning

Integrate your air conditioning with Google Home or Amazon Alexa

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These systems can easily integrate with other smart devices in your home. For example, you can use your Google Home or Amazon Alexa to control your air conditioning with voice commands. Some smart air conditioners can also be synced with smart thermostats for even better temperature control.

Automate and schedule your homes temperature to your lifestyle:

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With a smart air conditioning system, you can schedule your air conditioning warm your house before you wake on those cold winter mornings or turn down or off when you go to bed for huge benefits in sleep quality. You’ll also benefit from improve energy efficiency, as you can set the system to use less energy when you’re not home.

Monitoring and Maintenance Alerts:

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Never forget routine maintenance again! Smart home air conditioning systems monitor your energy usage and alert you when it’s time for routine maintenance or when a potential issue is detected. This helps to ensure that your air conditioner is always running at its best and safest.

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