South Eastern Suburbs

Coolpro has been working closely with a variety of trades for many years. In each and every project we’re part of, we pride ourselves on providing professional service along with completely customised ducted heating and cooling Melbourne solutions.

Melbourne Air Conditioning

One of the most common projects we are part of is heating and cooling strategies for new home builds and new developments.

Leafy suburbs like Surrey Hills, Balwyn, and Malvern are filled with a mix of properties, including:

  • Older, period homes
  • New builds (including townhouses)
  • New apartment complexes
  • Older apartment blocks

Older Homes

Older homes boast large blocks of land, and often owners decide to sell up or subdivide their land, leaving it in the hands of developers and builders who work to create new homes and apartments, allowing landowners to expand their property portfolio and enjoy a handsome profit.

New Builds

Newer builds – particularly townhouses and apartments – are smaller than they were three decades ago. Thanks to slick and innovative climate control solutions, space needn’t be an issue. One of our most popular solutions that is perfect for tight spaces is AirSmart Venturi.

As part of the project, builders engage Coolpro’s experience to provide their clients the most suitable and efficient ducted heating and cooling Melbourne solution.

Find out more about the types of trades we work with in both domestic and commercial projects.

Ducted Heating and Cooling Melbourne

Our professional team prides itself on outstanding service every time, whilst creating practical and customised solutions that are flexible and efficient. The success of our work relies on the strong, professional relationships we forge with your tradespeople.

If you’re looking to commence a new project in the south east, including Kew, Hawthorn, Burwood, and Malvern, choose Coolpro for all your heating and cooling requirements.

Coolpro also provides their expert services to Melbourne’s CBD, Bayside, and Peninsula regions.