Sydney is a big user of air conditioning due to our hot summers. If you plan to install air conditioning, it may be more efficient to go for both heating and cooling in the one system. However the Electrical By Freddy team can consult with you on which type of system will suit your needs and budget. Furthermore we will help you balance energy efficiency, reliability, noise, aesthetics, lifespan and cost of your air conditioning.
An inverter can be used with many of the types of air conditioning listed below. It is a regulator that controls the speed of your air conditioning system's compressor. Therefore it continuously controls the temperature without the ups and downs of normal compressor action. Inverters can be applied to split system, multi-split system, ducted and central air conditioning. Advantages are:
This system is called 'split' because the evaporator and fan are mounted indoors while the compressor and the condenser are located outside the building. The features of this system are:
Ducting is one system for the entire building. Flexible ducting in the ceiling or under the floor carries the conditioned air throughout the house via vents in each room. The compressor and condenser are located outside. The features of this system are:
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You'll no doubt be familiar with the site of slotted boxes protruding from windows or walls, both outside and inside homes. This old style is less popular these days. However here are the advantages and disadvantages:
Similar to the split system above, however it is one system covering multiple rooms. Benefits:
Cassette air conditioners are flat units that sit flush on your ceiling or wall. Otherwise they work the same as split systems. Benefits are: