A ducted refrigerated cooling system with heat pump provides your home with both cooling and heating to keep your family comfortable all year round. In hot weather, a refrigerated system draws warm internal air over an inside coil, transferring heat from the air into the refrigerant. The cool air then passes through the ducts to the relevant zones in your home, while the heat is transferred to the outside air through an external coil. In cool weather this process is reversed, drawing heat from the outside air and transferring it to the inside of your home. Refrigerated systems recirculate the air, reduce humidity levels and provide clean air through a filtered return air grille. They are quiet to operate and effective even in humid conditions.
Considerations for Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning in Melbourne
The following are some of the factors to take into consideration when planning ducted refrigerated heating and cooling sunbury:
Inverters Help You Reduce Energy Costs
Basic air conditioners regulate temperature by cycling the compressor running at 100% on and off. This draws large amounts of power resulting in large power bills. Inverter technology controls the speed of the compressor motor to accurately regulate the temperature, helping to reduce energy costs during peak summer and winter periods.
Zoning Helps to Heat and Cool Efficiently
Instead of heating and cooling at sunbury your whole home zoning allows you to condition only the occupied areas of your home, therefore drastically decrease your running costs.
We Offer a Variety of Outlet Styles
Ask us about the wide range of outlet styles available for your new air conditioning system to complement your home’s style and décor.
Choosing the Right Ducted Refrigerated Cooling System & Heat Pump
When you’re choosing a reverse cycle ducted heating and cooling sunbury system, it’s important that it suits your existing and future lifestyle as well as the design of your home. Everlasting Air stocks a range of leading brands of ducted reverse cycle systems, including:
Systems can range from 2.5kw through to large 100kw units used for commercial applications. Our consultants can help you decide on the best options for your new reverse cycle air conditioning system, so get in touch today.