FAQ


Whats the difference between split systems + ducted air?

Split system

Energy efficient heating and cooling for your home"

Best for

    •    Heating & cooling one area of your home

    •    Compact size

Split System Air Conditioners are ideal for air conditioning one room or a specific area of a home. With discreet wall-mounted and compact floor standing units.

Split System Air Conditioners are available in  'Reverse Cycle' (Heating and Cooling)  for ultimate comfort in regulating temperature, ventilation as well as humidity levels allowing you to obtain ideal conditions all year round.

Ducted Air Conditioners

Whole house comfort for your home

Best for

    •    Whole home heating & cooling

    •    Visually less intrusive

Ducted Air Conditioning System provides discreet air conditioned comfort throughout your entire home. The ducted system can be installed in a new home or tailored to suit an existing one, and once installed, only the controller, the return air and discharge grilles are visible inside your home.

Ducted Air Conditioners consist of an indoor and outdoor unit and flexible ducting. The indoor unit is concealed out of sight, in your ceiling or under the floor, with flexible ducting distributing conditioned air through vents located throughout your home. An outdoor unit is positioned in a discreet location outside your home.


Are air conditioners energy efficient?

Energy Efficiency Requirements:

In the interests of increasing the overall air conditioner efficiency, all ducted air conditioners with a cooling capacity of up to 65kW sold in Australia must now comply with the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS), as set out in Australian Standard 3823.2:2013. Some of the air conditioners we install exceed MEPS requirements, providing you with energy efficient, quiet, simple to use and reliable air conditioning solutions.