Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
Today, it’s 38°C and the sun in shining bright. But that cool change is on its way, and before you know it, tomorrow’s maximum has dropped down to 17°C and the overcast cloud brings real gloom to the day.
Crazy to think that while yesterday you had the ducted air conditioning on to cool off, today you’re adjusting the heater settings to warm up. That’s Melbourne for you!
Considering ducted reverse cycle air conditioning? Get expert advice and get it right the first time.
Why Choose Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning?
Reverse cycle systems do just that: they reverse air and either heat or cool it, resulting in the desired heating or cooling effect.
When you want to cool a room, the reverse cycle can extract warm air from the room, pass it through a refrigerant, and expel cool air.
A similar principle works for heating: the unit can reverse air from the outside (even on a very cold night) and passes it through a compressor, resulting in heated air.
Reverse cycle air conditioning provides a number of benefits to a range of commercial and residential properties, offices, and buildings.
The one unit is used to keep you warm through winter and cool through summer: one unit; multiple purposes! Reverse cycle heating and cooling also saves the cost of installing and maintaining two separate heating and cooling units.
Not only do smart and advanced systems use less energy than older ones (thus keeping bills low), they can efficiently recycle air, too.
These clever units allow for specified cooling and heating zones which results in reduced energy expenditure. Units can be installed in specific rooms and extra ones can be added at any time.
Many units are embedded with discreet purifiers which improve the air quality for every person who occupies a space, including residents, employees, and visitors, customers, and guests.
Creating the Right Reverse Cycle Solution
Coolro takes into consideration a number of factors that influence the right reverse cycle solution. These include:
- The approximate number of occupants in a space
- Total square footage and individual room sizes
- Ceiling height
- Wall insulation
Reverse cycle heating and cooling units are wall mounted (away from small hands) and offer precise temperature control. The sleek and unobtrusive units are quiet and are suitable for almost any residential or commercial dwelling.
Ducted Air Conditioning Melbourne
Coolro also specialises in ducted air conditioning solutions. Clever and modern technology allows precise temperature control for individual rooms. Think of a floor plan, and imagine setting varying temperatures in the kitchen and dining space, living room, and bedrooms.
Learn more about Coolro’s ducted air conditioning solutions here.