- Your decision needs to be made between standalone reverse cycle air-conditioning units to cool a single space/room, or, a ducted system for ‘whole of house’ cooling.
- Ask yourself how much space you really want/need cooled. If you’re living in a home unit with a single open plan living space, then a single reverse cycle unit may be sufficient to cool the living space and depending on its size and output take the edge off a bedroom opening onto the living room.
- If all the rooms in your home or unit are occupied and being used constantly, then a ducted system may be more cost effective than installing multiple standalone reverse cycle systems.
- Contact an air-conditioning specialist to visit your home and provide advice on appropriate systems. If they won’t do a site visit, then call someone else! MRE Electrical Group will undertake a site visit, provide great advice and a no obligation free quote.
- In weighting between ducted systems or reverse cycle consider the following:
- How many rooms have a western facing wall and/or windows?
- Is the house insulated?
- Is the home open plan?
- How old is your home? Depending on age, the wiring and power circuits may need upgrading to cope with the energy needs of a ducted system and some large reverse cycle units. MRE are happy to inspect your current wiring to determine its suitability for air conditioning.
- Whether you choose ducted or reverse cycle it’s important to select a system that will cool the space easily. It can be a costly mistake to purchase an underpowered unit just to save a few dollars.
MRE Electrical Group have a range of amazing supply and installation deals for air conditioning. Contact us for no obligation free quotes and advice.
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