You will love having air conditioning in Newcastle! It keeps your home cool and comfortable during the heat of the summer and can help prevent certain health problems, including heatstroke.
There are several kinds of cooling systems to choose from and here at Breeze Air Conditioning, we are the experts in all of them. Use this handy guide to help you decide which is best for your home and your needs.
This kind of air conditioning system, also called a central air conditioner, utilises the ducts already in your home. We install and service a full range of brands and models so you can find the size and function you need in your house. You can use this kind of air conditioner to direct air flow to specific parts of your house, which is a good way to control your energy use and only cool the areas you’re using.
These kinds of systems are easy to use and can cool homes both large and small without problems.
The main difference between a ducted system and a split system is that a split system features a unit inside and one outside. You can use them to customise the cooling in each room of the house, often by programming them. This is great for keeping your home cool and comfortable when you’re home but turning it down a bit when you’re gone to save energy.
If you choose a model that uses Wi-Fi, you can even control the system when you’re away from home, using your smartphone. This kind of system is energy efficient, quiet and requires very little maintenance.
Choosing an Air Conditioner
There are several things to consider when choosing a cooling system for your home. Of course, your budget is one factor to think about and we can help you find an option that you can afford.
If you already have heating ducts installed in your house, we can often hook the air conditioner to them, making a ducted system a good option for you. A split system is ideal if you have space outside for the unit and want to have control over the amount of cooling in each room of the house.
Once you have an air conditioner, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. If you’re ready to take the first step to air conditioning in Newcastle, call Breeze Air Conditioning to request a quote.