Although most of the year we want to cool our property, there might be a couple of months when we need heating to feel comfortable indoors. Reverse cycle technology lets homeowners kill two birds with one stone. Installing such a system allows effective utilization of the air conditioning all year round – staying cool when it is swelteringly hot outside and enjoy pleasant warmth when a colder season begins.
Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning: several things you need to consider
Duct type systems can be used for only a planed build or already existing structure. Either you are building from a scratch or renovating, the first thing that needs examination is the floor plan of the house. If you are planning zone optimization, the floor plan helps determine such factors as:
- how many levels there are in the house,
- precise dimensions of rooms intended for air conditioning,
- what directions those rooms face,
- the ceiling height.
The Mosman Air Conditioning team has installation and service specialists to assist you with every step of the way. They possess essential knowledge, training, and experience in installing and repairing various brands of air conditioners. Besides the floor plan of the property, specialists need to check the insulation. Because if it is inadequate, cooling and heating can easily escape outside. The insulation state and level can also provide answers on what system will provide the best result.
The desired temperature all over the house at one touch of a button
There are three more things that need to be taken into consideration when choosing ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. The number of residents and rooms to be covered by the system helps determine the optimal amount of service the unit is to perform. The availability of the hollow space in the ceiling for constricting ducts is also essential. The last but not the least important thing to decide is where to place the compressor. The noise it produces when in use should not disturb owners as well as neighbors at night hours.