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What is the most common residential HVAC system?
Split system air conditioners are the most common type of HVAC system for residential homes. Split system units are very popular in Australia because they are highly efficient and effective, while also being very affordable. However, other HVAC systems, such as ducted heating/ cooling systems are becoming more common.
What is the cheapest option for cooling homes?
Evaporative coolers are considered the most cost-efficient air conditioner overall. However, reverse cycle air conditioners, such as reverse cycle split system air conditioners, are also very energy efficient once the upfront costs are paid. In the end, it is your choice and wants that determine what air conditioner is best for you. Speak to one of our experts today for a more informed insight.
How does HVAC work in a home?
This depends on the type of HVAC system that you have in place. At its basics, it is a system designed to move the air around your home, whether that be into the home or out of it. It is designed to provide both heating and cooling options for your home. The four main types of HVAC systems fall under 4 categories: split system, hybrid split system, duct free, and packaged heating and air.
What is the difference between residential heating and cooling systems and commercial HVAC systems?
They serve different purposes, with residential systems built on a much smaller scale for family homes. Commercial HVAC systems are much larger in scale and therefore are bigger in size. Placement is often different as well, with many commercial systems placed on top of the building. Due to the complexity of commercial HVAC systems, maintenance is often more costly as well.
Do you provide any warranty for your work?
Yes. All of our work comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. In the unlikely event that anything goes less than perfectly, just reach out and we will be happy to help.
Are your quotes fixed-price?
For service work yes. For installation work, if we have drawings and a site visit then yes.