Air Conditioning Newcastle
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Beat the heat during the summer and keep warm in winter! The team at Breeze Air Conditioning in Newcastle, installs ducted and split system air conditioning systems, as well as evaporative cooling and fantastic gas ducted heating systems.
Keep your air conditioner in tip-top shape with a regular clean or service. As well as a full repairs service on call, we also provide commercial maintenance contracts so you can count on climate comfort for your staff and all your customers.
We're the Air Conditioning Experts in the Newcastle Region
Breeze Air Conditioning supplies, installs and services ducted and split system air conditioners for homes and businesses in the Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Hunter Valley and Central Coast areas.
We supply air conditioning systems from the top brands, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Daikin, ActronAir, Hitachi, Temperzone, and more.
Let Breeze Air Conditioning take care of your heating and cooling needs. When you choose Breeze, you’ll enjoy not only superior air conditioning in Newcastle but also the highest standards of customer service.
Our Air Conditioning Range
Unless it’s a single air con unit perched in a window, or an evaporative cooler (also a single unit), we would be talking about split system air conditioners.
The term ‘split system’ refers to having the intake fan unit outdoors, with the ‘head’ unit—or vents in ducted systems—indoors, blowing filtered, temperature-controlled air.
Ducted air conditioning, while initially a more significant investment, pays off long-term.
This type of air conditioning system, being a split air conditioning system, “breathes in” through the outdoor unit and distributes the resulting “conditioned” air through indoor vents—in as many rooms as you want to have temperature-controlled.
Not only can you have multiple rooms air conditioned simultaneously, you can control them independently.
For example, you could be watching TV in comfort while upstairs, the air con in your bedrooms is set to Standby. Half an hour before you’re ready for bed, you can switch the air on upstairs. Go to sleep with the temperature just how you like it in the bedrooms.
In addition to being designed to save energy with press-button temperature-control only where it’s need at any given time, ducted air conditioning is built to last.
Evaporative air coolers will be easier on your budget, especially in casual use situations.
Evaporative units cool warm air by pumping water from a holding tank to “cooling” pads. A fan then blows the cooler evaporated air into the room. This cool evaporated air has a high moisture content and it means that evaporative units are more effective in less humid situations.
These portable units are generally wheeled to where they’re needed and require an exhaust hose to be slotted into a window opening. Small versions can have outlet buckets underneath to collect the water that passes through the unit.
Whats the difference between Ducted & Split Air Conditioning Units?
You are considering installing air conditioning into your new home, and want to know what the best type is to install. You might be torn between split AC systems or ducted air conditioning for your home, and Breeze Air Conditioning is here to offer you some simple methods to decide which is best for your family.
If you want to understand more about split system air conditioning, you need to know that it involves a single condenser unit outside of the home, and an individual internal unit for each room.
If you want to have maximum control of the heating and cooling of your property, then split systems are the best. They give you a lot of options when it comes to cooling individual locations, including power consumption and the ability to shut off other units when the room is not in use.
Like the traditional split system, this involves a single external condenser, but in this case, you are concealing a single internal unit inside the home.
Cool air is them transported to individual rooms via ducts, with single vents in each room. Split system units can be quite noisy, so if you are looking for something quieter, but still powerful enough to provide great cooling, then you should consider a ducted system.
The experts at Breeze Air Conditioning can tell you whether your home is right for ducted or split air conditioning.
If you are trying to decide between split system and ducted air conditioning, talk to the experts. We can help you to choose the perfect system for your home, including deciding which is most practical for your property.
Air Conditioning FAQ's
Perhaps you’re moving into a house that has air conditioning already in place. If so, you might want to have it inspected to find out if it’s working as it should. We can give the system a maintenance check and a clean bill of health, as appropriate.
Repair service is usually recommended in the following cases:
- When the air conditioning unit is less than 10 years old.
- When the associated energy bills have been consistent over the past 12 months.
- When problems are straightforward, such as blocked drain lines, ductwork issues, or simple electrical faults.
- When repair will be no more than 25% of replacement costs.
The Golden Rule is to have your air conditioner cleaned regularly. Advice about this is usually included in the unit’s manual. Otherwise, we’d be happy to organise a maintenance check for your air con.
Annual service is highly recommended to keep your air conditioner going strong.
- If the air con is over 10 years old, its refrigerants could well be outmoded, possibly dangerous.
- When repair is likely to cost more than 25% of replacing the air conditioner if the motor, compressor, or condenser coils are damaged.
- When electricity bills have spiked.
- When the air conditioner is not correctly matched to the space it conditions. Undersized and oversized units are best being replaced.
- When call outs to a service engineer are frequent.
Breeze Air Conditioning provides Newcastle air conditioning installation, maintenance and repair services—residential and commercial. When you are looking for a ducted or split system air conditioner or ventilation system, call us first!
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