Let this summer not get too hot for your place to stay in! Equip new air conditioners for this coming season to ensure cool summers. All you need is to have the right appliances in your home as an air conditioner may also serve to warm your home during winter.
An air conditioner is a significant investment and should be purchased after careful consideration as the right type of equipment requires you to put in some time, effort, and research. However, we are here to take the burden off your shoulders and help you find your perfect cooling solution with the help of our knowledgeable technicians.
With so many options to choose from, you must decide which air conditioning unit is the right choice for you. There are several options available in the market and some of them are:
This system involves blowing in cool air and expelling the heat outside. These energy–efficient air conditioners consist of two units, one wall-mounted in the room and an outside compressor unit. Spilt Systems are commonly great for large and open living areas whereas multi-head air conditioners might be handy for those who have bigger, multi-storey homes.
These are designed to be installed on a wall or mounted on a windowsill with a style that suits small to medium–sized rooms.
Some of you may require cooling in a particular spot in small rooms, for which these air conditioners with portable features facilitate moving from room to room, providing flexible cooling. For such air conditioners, it should be noted that this type of cooling requires ducting via a venting kit mounted to a window in order to expel heat from the room.
A Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner provides both heating and cooling features, giving you the option to either cool your house in summer or to keep it warm in winter, and all that is done from one unit.
An Inverter Air Conditioner is powered by an inverter motor that allows it to adjust its speed of operation in response to the cooling demand. An inverter motor is way more efficient in comparison to a traditional compressor. A traditional compressor will only run at a constant speed the whole time but an inverter compressor (motor) is efficient in saving power once it reaches the set temperature.
While choosing the right air conditioning unit is the most crucial part, there are several other factors that must be considered when selecting a heating or cooling unit. Some of these factors are:
While considering your location in Australia you must ensure that in hot and humid areas like the northern regions, you may need a more powerful air conditioner, while staying in milder climates, a smaller unit might suffice.
For a perfect fit to your space, calculate the square footage of the area you want to cool. This helps determine the cooling capacity (measured in BTUs or kilowatts) needed for the air conditioner.
Inspect for units with a high Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) or Coefficient of Performance (COP) as this can significantly impact your energy bills.
Choose the right type of air conditioner according to your needs. Selecting split-system, ducted, window, or portable air conditioners according to your home’s design is important for a right fit to your place.
Be cautious about your spending and balance it with your desired features and efficiency. Inverter systems tend to be more energy-efficient but can be pricier.
Your choice of air conditioner sould not bring discomfort to your environment so pay attention to the decibel rating ensuring that the air conditioner operates quietly, especially if it’s for bedrooms or living spaces.
Factor in installation costs and requirements. All the units need professional installation and that is when our team of professionals are available to help you through the procedure and aid you in decision-making. You can reach out to DGB Refrigeration Heating & Cooling by dialing 03 7038 6918 to get a supply & install quote for an air conditioning unit as per your requirements.
The ease of maintenance and cleaning is another factor that needs to be considered. Some units have filters that are easy to access and clean. We rely on HVAC systems to keep our indoor environment comfortable for us to thrive in. To guarantee optimum performance and longevity, they need routine maintenance, just like any other mechanical system. You can contact our customer–oriented team at 03 7038 6918 and we will be happy to assist you.
Ensure the chosen air conditioner complies with Australian standards and regulations for energy efficiency and safety. Our group of knowledgeable technicians will make sure your HVAC system gets the maintenance it needs to perform at its best. We make sure you receive the best value for your money by providing comprehensive maintenance packages that are customized to your unique needs.
For more information about our services or to arrange for your HVAC system’s annual maintenance, call DGB Refrigeration Heating & Cooling at 03 7038 6918. Our helpful and friendly team will be pleased to help. Remember that air conditioning is a significant investment, so take your time to research and choose the right system for your home’s needs and your location’s climate.