Installation Tips for Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Planning to install AC in your room? If yes, consider the option of reverse cycle ducted air conditioning. Apart from just cooling your home during the summer months, this system also regulates the temperature during winters. Since ducting is placed throughout your home, all areas of the house enjoy controlled temperature all through the year. This kind of air conditioning system implies that the heat is pumped from one place to another. A fan draws hot air from within your home over a refrigerant or cooling liquid. The air then gets cooled and flows back for offering a cool atmosphere. At the same time, the refrigerant evaporates since the hot air has warmed it and it is cooled and liquefied again. In the opposite scenario, this process can be reversed, and the same system is used for heating and cooling.

Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

Analyze Your Property

When installing a reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system, check whether your property already has ducted air conditioning. Get an expert to assess the property and determine the right installation options. The age of your home and its layout influence the best solution. For example, depending on your home’s layout, you may need to have the ducts installed under your floor if not in the ceiling roof space. Additional components, too, are determined on whether your home is a single or double story building and whether there is outdoor space. You may need to consider whether you want to divide your home into zones, and this is another factor that controls the number of outlets you use.

Your home’s floor plan is just one factor in installing reverse cycle ducted air conditioning. Apart from this, the size, orientation, and position of your doors and windows count, and so does the type of construction – whether your house is full brick or weather-boarded. The level of insulation is another factor to consider, as well as the number of people living in your home, the primary use of each area and ceiling cavity space. The expert will also assess the limitations of your outdoor space, and whether your home has the required power supply capacity and whether it can be installed.

Choose the Right Features

Depending on the initial assessment of your home, you can choose from a range of options for your reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system. Vents may be installed on the walls or the ceiling, and come in a variety of designs. Unlike remote controls for split systems, the controls for this air conditioning are mounted on a wall and are hard-wired. A single controller may be used for the entire system, or if you’d like more flexibility in cooling or heating, opt for multiple controllers for sections of your home. The controllers use sensors to keep the room at the right temperature always. You may also choose to divide your home into zones to save money and for greater convenience. You can then turn on your air conditioning system only in certain parts of your home during parts of the day, as needed.

Get Professional Installation

Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning

Getting a reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system installed is a big job that should be handled only by the right professionals. Check for licensed, certified, reputed contractors in your locality, who can do the work in line with local requirements and will ensure that your installed system is energy efficient.

In summary, installing a reverse cycle ducted air conditioning system can help you keep your cooling and heating system in one unit and control it more efficiently throughout the year. Get an expert to assess your property so that the installation can be planned well and implemented correctly. Also, choose a certified professional to handle the job so that it works as it ought to, without any hassles.

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