Selecting the air conditioning system that is right for you is dependent on many factors including the size of the rooms you want to cool and/or heat, the number of rooms, your home’s design, structure and number of floors, and also your budget.
The right system may vary from a simple split system to a fully ducted install. You can expect a stress-free, cost-effective, enjoyable experience when dealing with the team at Cooler Coast Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.
Split systems can be for cooling only or reverse cycle (for heating and cooling). They have a wide range of style choices plus, modern split systems can filter and de-humidify the air through sophisticated filtration systems that provide clean, fresh air while trapping microscopic particles and generating antibacterial and deodorising effects.
Multi split systems are similar to a single split system, but with one outdoor unit connected to two or more indoor units. These systems are good for two or three rooms that are reasonably close together, especially when separate split systems or a ducted system aren’t suitable. Each room can be individually controlled.
Ducted air conditioning systems will add an element of discreet luxury to your home, making it more comfortable and enjoyable on the hottest and coldest days. Ducted systems can be custom designed for new or existing buildings. An outdoor compressor unit is connected by air ducts to air outlets and sensors in each room.
Cooler Coast Air Conditioning and Refrigeration’s ducted air conditioner systems on the Gold Coast can be designed to operate in zoned areas. You can manage temperatures in different rooms monitor and maintain a constant temperature, at a lower overall cost to traditional ducted technology, offering higher environmental energy efficiency. Other benefits include; fewer voltage peaks; faster start-up time and they reach the desired temperature sooner; no fluctuations in temperature, and quieter operation.
A bulkhead system is an ideal choice for air conditioning areas where discreet installation is preferred.
The indoor unit fits flush into the ceiling with only the suction air and discharge grilles visible inside your home and leaving the maximum floor and wall space for furniture, decorations, and fittings.
Bulkhead systems are discreet with whisper quiet operations to ensure limited impact to internal room aesthetics and acoustics. Typically bulkhead units are installed above bedroom robes or kitchen joinery, to fit seamlessly with your home’s interior.