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Ducted Air Conditioning PerthWe offers a wide variety of products to match your specific air conditioning requirements. Whether you choose a ducted reverse cycle inverter air conditioner or a conventional ducted air con system, you will receive a full warranty! Ducted air conditioners use different types of air conditioning vents and thermal ducting in the roof When you buy from our Advantage Air range of ducted and reverse cycle air conditioning systems you will most likley receive their unbeatable 10-year warranty on the majority of their items and components. Keeping cool in the Perth heat has never been easier or more affordable!
Why buy ducted air conditioning?Ducted inverter air conditioners are more economical – they gradually increase their power output to match the changing temperature, as opposed to the “start/stop” nature of conventional units. At Air Conditioning Perth WA, we proudly offer fully installed ducted reverse cycle air con, in both conventional & inverter technology by:
The benefits of inverter technology in ducted air conditioning systemsInverter Air Conditioners are more powerful and yet more energy efficient than conventional ducted reverse cycle air conditioning systems. Conventional air conditioners run at a set speed, giving out a set amount of heating and cooling with no variation in their output. Inverter technology in your ducted air conditioner is better for your budget, and better for the environment. You can have a ducted reverse cycle air conditioning system installed in your home for less when you choose Air Conditioning WA.
How To Get The Best Ducted Air Conditioning SystemThere are a few things you should insist on in your system to ensure it will meet your expectations.
Make sure your chosen machine can keep up with demand. Generally Ducted RC machines aren’t designed to cool your whole home at once, only a portion of it. This is why we use “zones”. Make sure that the machine you choose is large enough to be able to run all the rooms that you may need to use during a hot day. If you run more rooms than the machines is designed to run, your machine won’t be able to reach that comfortable temperature! Also, a larger machine running at 70% capacity, will use less electricity than a smaller machine running at 100% capacity.
Zones are a handy innovation that allow us to choose which rooms we condition in our homes and which we don’t need. Zones don’t directly affect the running costs on a machine (i.e. turning off a zone doesn’t immediately tell the machine to slow down), however, when we turn off the rooms were not using, the air is redirected to the rooms we are using, increasing airflow through those rooms and cooling them faster. This means the machine can reduce its output sooner and save on energy consumption.
Zones also allow individuals to choose whether they want the AC on or off in their particular space, saving on a lot of arguments! Don’t however fall into the trap of installing a smaller machine just because your system has zones installed. There’s nothing worse than finding you can’t turn on the kids bedrooms until you turn off the living room, simply because your machine is too small to run both.
While a constant zone may seem a little out of place in a modern system, it serves a very important task. Firstly, modern machines generally have their room temperature sensors located in the wall controller, measuring the temperature in your home where you can actually feel it, instead of some arbitrary figure obtained from a return air sensor in the ceiling, where it’s 5-10 degrees warmer.
Having a constant zone provides somewhere consistent for the machine to measure the temperature in your home, allowing your installer to correctly balance your machine and also allowing the machine to get accurate information on what you’re feeling in your home, ultimately reducing running costs.
Secondly, even though we have all these zones to turn on and off, there is still the same amount of air circulating around in your system, and it’s got to go somewhere! As you turn off the zones in your home, the excess air is forced out of the remaining outlets that are still open, eventually this creates excessive pressures inside your AC system and can cause damage to your machine. Having a couple of outlets that can’t be accidently switched off means that you’ll never need to worry about how many outlets you have running.
Consider your constant zone a bit of safety valve.
Ducting, comes from many places in many styles. Essentially there is a couple of things you need, to ensure your system is going to work at its best. Make sure your ducting has at least an R1.0 rating, regardless of how thick the insulation is. Also make sure that all the ducting used has an AS fire rating, we don’t want that burnt toast starting a fire in your home via your AC system moving to other parts of the house.
Lastly make sure the fittings between the ducts in your house are insulated, this helps prevent heat ingress into the duct, and also prevents condensation forming on the ducts/fittings in your roof.
Lastly, but most importantly, make sure the design of your system suits your family and your needs. Families and homes are not off-the-shelf one-size-fits-all, so neither should your AC system be. Make sure your AC Consultant understands what you expect from your system, and that they tailor that system to suit your needs. It takes a little more time, but it’s time well spent.